The HBO narrative The Mystery of D.B. Cooper analyzed the instance of Richard Floyd McCoy. A Mormon Sunday teacher and National Guard part associated by numerous individuals with being the one who executed the most scandalous demonstration of air robbery in American history. McCoy is remarkable as the just one of the four suspects examined in the narrative. It affirmed to have been engaged with a wrongdoing like the skyjacking executed by the man known as D.B. Cooper.
Yet there are numerous insights about Mc Coy and his life that the narrative overlooked. Especially with respect to his military record. The Mystery of D.B. Cooper talked with three figures with respect to the hypothesis that McCoy was D.B. Cooper. One was Ben Anjewierden, a resigned Special Forces official. Who was McCoy’s flat mate in the National Guard and the one who warned specialists with respect to McCoy’s association in a skyjacking in Denver, Colorado. Five months after the D.B. Cooper burglary.
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The second was Nick O’Hara, a resigned FBI specialist. Who shot and killed McCoy after his second departure from jail in June 1972. The third was Bernie Rhodes, a resigned government post trial agent He co-composed the 1991 book D.B. Cooper: The Real McCoy with respect to the hypothesis that McCoy was D.B. Cooper.
While the FBI eventually excused McCoy’s heist as a copycat wrongdoing enlivened by D.B. Cooper. Many accept that there are an excessive number of similitudes between the two burglaries to be clarified away. Just by McCoy being an able student who had considered the Cooper case and plotted his own fruitful skyjacking.
The way that McCoy had the specific preparing many trust D.B. Cooper probably had is to a great extent disregarded by The Mystery of D.B. Cooper. The narrative likewise neglects to examine the actual proof of the case with respect to McCoy or the full consequences of McCoy being affirmed to be in Las Vegas around the hour of D.B. Cooper’s burglary.