Talk:Albert Johnson Walker

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I also watched Interpol Investigates on the NatGeo Channel and the names of the people Walker imperonated were not David Davis and Ronald Platt. I'm thinking the names of the victims were changed to protect the innocent. —The preceding unsigned comment was added by 203.116.66.254 (talkcontribs).

What I REALLY wanna know is: Was his daughter an innocent victim (according to the NatGeo program, she was) or a willing accomplice who turned on her father? —The preceding unsigned comment was added by 203.116.66.254 (talkcontribs).


this sentence looks fragmented

According to the History Channel April 1, 2006, never impersonated a man by the name of David Davis, Walker was A.K.A. Neil Platt, Steven Russell.

I agree the above is a frag (fragment) and moved it to talk. RJFJR 18:45, 4 August 2006 (UTC)

When I was going through it became clear that edits such as this one altered small details, most worryingly the name of an involved party. They seem to be untrue, but since it was in the article for a long time and was potentially libellous I thought I'd note it here.--Cherry blossom tree 22:39, 5 August 2006 (UTC)

I tried to clean some stuff up, and added a line about the made-for-TV movie that was made about the story. -- Matty j 05:13, 14 February 2007 (UTC)