It's considered one of America's most notorious unsolved mysteries. Many remember the night of November 24, 1971 when we learned a man named D.B. Cooper hijacked the NWA flight 305.
Now, for the first time, Joe Koenig is releasing the details of his investigation to the public in Getting the Truth: I am D.B. Cooper. Joe retired from the Michigan State Police after 26 years of service and has over 50 years of investigative experience in both public and private sectors. He was the lead investigator of the James R. Hoffa disappearance case and has investigated homicides, organized crime, financial crimes, narcotics, and public corruption. His experience includes past presidency of the Michigan National Academy Associates and a Certified Fraud Examiner (CFE). Most importantly in this case, which relies heavily on written correspondence, audio tapes, and personal witness testimony, Joe is a pioneer in the field of forensic linguistics. Joe will share with us stories from his time with the case and will sign copies following the event.