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Dan Cooper, Thomas Becker, Janet Lessin ~ Open Canvas ~ 12/17/18

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Daniel Cooper’s Bio (December 13, 2018) Genetically engineered by Japanese scientists in 1952 to be a super soldier, and delivered through his surrogate mother on March 2, 1953 at Samson Air Force Base (now a closed USAFB but, still an open US Undersea Naval Base), Dan Cooper was born into one of the US Military’s Secret Space Programs (SSPs). From 1955 to 1970, before he was deployed, he was trained by Japanese and Shaolin sword fighting instructors to sword fight, at various SSP underground military facilities throughout Japan and the United States. In 1970 he was deployed and served a “20 and back” (1970 – 1990) with a joint US and German (NAZI) Military SSP contingent known as Dark Fleet.  He engaged in numerous covert military operations, his primary function was dueling with swords. Cooper became a Niten Ichi-Ryu master (Japanese style sword fighter using two swords), and prevailed in numerous duels (tournaments and one on one challenges) throughout this galaxy and several adjoining galaxies. 

Cooper was genetically engineered from Cossack (Jewish) stock by the Japanese geneticists that engineered him, he became the bane of his NAZI, US, and Draco, commanders because he often refused to follow their orders. In Cooper’s 20-year stint in the ICC, he refused to kill others and was brought into court martial court and forced to swear to kill for the ICC or die.  He  “I’m going to follow orders.”  I spent 20 years in the 20 years and back program.  Cooper’s insubordinate and insolent demeanor towards his superiors not only endeared him to his brothers and sisters in arms but, it gained him real respect from the leaders of the worlds from where he bested their champions in mortal combat. 

 

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