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Sheriff Dupont and Pat Walsh theory
Keith Morrison
Dateline NBC

Oct 12, 2018 {ID: 6113} {Class: State (Criminal) | Sub-Class: Media}

This video, extracted from the Dateline NBC program, is dated October 12, 2018. Being a crime mystery show, Dateline NBC wasn't concerned about facts or evidence, as much as they were about producing a compelling story for their audience. That is why they allowed people like Pat Walsh and Jim Dupont to make so many false assumptions and conclusions despite all the evidence showing otherwise.

What is unbelievable, is that in 1982 these two deputies were in charge of the investigation and had access to all the evidence, and yet they got so many things wrong.

First, there was no 5 minutes to get out of the aircraft, as Sheriff Dupont speculates. When the wheels hit the water and the plane was flipping over, I was catapulted through the front windshield. With the windshield completely knocked out, the panel of the fuselage removed, and the windows in the side doors open, the plane submerged below the water surface within 15-20 seconds. That is not enough time to do anything: not enough time for Dianne to get her shoulder harness and seat belt off; not enough time for me to get to Dianne; and not enough time to get any bags out of the aircraft before it sank.

What is most curious, though, is that both Dupont and Walsh don't even try to explain things like:
1) Why was the entire windshield of the aircraft missing?
2) Why was there damage to the aircraft tail-fin if the aircraft never flipped over?

If they just addressed these two points, and actually looked at the photos taken and the evidence collected by the Flathead County authorities in 1982 when the aircraft was pulled out of the lake, they would have come to a completely different conclusion. And that is exactly the purpose of this website and why I wrote the book: to finally explain it all through evidence, because obviously these two sleuths in charge had no idea what they were doing.


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