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I remember in the late 90's Army Surplus Stores were all over the Bay Area too. and they sold all sorts of military gear. I even bought a pair of boots there. Probably not wing walkers, but who knows. Yeah there were lots of places where some could pick up military boots.v wrote:I just read yesterday that all the various armed forces passed Wing Walkers out, or sold them at their commissaries. So very widespread.BayArea60s wrote: Was just reading that in 1954 Capitol Airlines became the contracting airlines for shipping all USAF freight. Connection to the Wing Walkers?
Hi east, Don't forget that LE has more stuff than they talk about, I'm pretty sure there's something with DNA on it because Z wouldn't have been wary of such a thing then. But LE needs a fire lit, you know where.eastcoast wrote: Tom,
Under the heading of getting ahead of ourselves, assuming a DNA sample was obtained from this individual or a relative, do they have a definitive DNA sample to match it against . Or are there more then one DNA samples ?
To me the most definitive DNA samples would be from the stamps/envelopes. The gloves are in question and CJB is not a definite Zodiac crime.