- Investigators believe they can finally prove the true identity of infamous 1971 airplane hijacker DB Cooper
- They say they have uncovered secret coding in five different notes that ties Cooper's identity to Vietnam War veteran Robert W. Rackstraw
- They also say that hidden messages indicate Rackstraw had a deep covert history with the CIA, which they claim explains why the FBI closed the case
- A man - dubbed DB Cooper by the FBI - hijacked a plane in 1971, demanded $200k as it was still at the airport and then parachuted from it with the cash
- FBI closed the investigation in 2016 saying Cooper most like died of exposure in the woods after the daring escape
- Tom Colbert formed a team of private investigators and sued the FBI to obtain realms of previously undisclosed information about the case
- He has dedicated years into proving that Rackstraw is the hijacker and survived
- Colbert claims the FBI is guilty of 'stonewalling, covering up evidence and flat-out lying'