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At left above is a sketch of skyjacker D.B. Cooper from information a flight attendant on the plane gave officials. At right is a photo of Kenneth Christiansen. Law enforcement investigated more than a thousand possible suspects, but the flight attendant said Christiansen's photo was the closest to her recollection of what Cooper looked like.

Not convinced D.B. Cooper film gets it right

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By Tom Larson

Sun Tribune

A National Geographic Channel documentary that aired for the first time last weekend claimed it would shed new light on the D.B. Cooper hijacking mystery using modern technology and the expertise of citizen sleuths.

But after seeing the film, a Morris man who believes the legendary sky pirate was his brother said he isn't convinced the evidence presented in the film proved anything definitively.

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