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From: firstname.lastname@example.org (nan)
Subject: Re: Starbucks Story Changes Again
Date: 22 Aug 2002 16:35:55 -0700
NNTP-Posting-Date: 22 Aug 2002 23:35:55 GMT
"David Martin" wrote in message news:
> "nan" wrote in message
> > "David Martin" wrote in message
> > > I just watched "The FBI Files" on the Discovery Channel and they had the
> > > story of the Starbucks triple murders in DC that I discuss at
> > > http://www.thebird.org/host/dcdave/article3/990831.html and with several
> > > other articles on my web site (do search).
> > >
> > > The cops have changed their story again. Detective James Traynor (sp?)
> > > that the bullet hole in the ceiling was over the safe, suggesting a
> > > shot. This was the initial story, but as you can see from my article,
> > > story was later changed. Now they've changed it back.
> > >
> > > Also, the final word before was that Carl Derek Cooper gained entrance
> > > the Starbucks just as it was closing. But now they admit that the
> > > gained entrance well after the store had closed and the door had been
> > > by potential customers and found to be locked, while the workers were
> > > cleaning up inside. So what do they say now: "We'll never know why the
> > > was unlocked."
> > >
> > > We will also have to wonder why the robber would show up to rob the
> > > over an hour after its announced closing time.
> > >
> > > Finally, the program made no mention at all of the original intended
> > > guy, "Boo" Covington. You'll have to read my article to learn about
> > > They also never told us how Cooper said he disposed of the murder
> > > weapons that were never found.
> > Dear Dave Martin,
> > Are you proposing the Starbucks' Murders are a cover-up for the
> > intended assassination of the former WH Intern then working at the
> > coffee house?
> > There seems to be high mortality and high immorality rates among WH
> > interns.
> > Regards, from Nan
> Mary Caitrin Mahoney, the night manager who was shot five times, had been in
> the first intern class of the Clinton White House. She was a lesbian
> political activist, apparently idealistic and quite personable. As
> Detective Traynor said on the program, the first suspicion of the police was
> that it was some sort of crime of passion with Mahoney the primary intended
> victim. And why shouldn't they think that? No money was taken and entry
> was gained over an hour after the business had been locked for the night,
> locked at its posted closing time. No physical evidence was ever found
> linking Carl Derek Cooper to the crime.
> Draw your own conclusions, but first you might want to read all my articles
> on the subject and any others you might find by searching the Net.
> DC Dave
> Author, "America's Dreyfus Affair, The Case of the Death of Vincent Foster"
> "Upton Sinclair and Timothy McVeigh"
> "Seventeen Techniques for Truth Suppression"
> News group: alt.thebird
Dear DC Dave,
Thanks for the follow-up on this intriguing case.
Regards, from Nan
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