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The Roswell Undeniable Truths

Did an actual UFO crash outside of Roswell, New Mexico in July of 1947? At first
the military announced to the public that they had indeed recovered a flying
disk on a remote ranch in the central region of the state. Within five hours,
they retracted the story and identified the debris displayed in Brig. General
Roger M. Ramey’s office at Fort Worth, Texas, as merely a downed weather balloon with an attached radar reflector kite. The question, however, still remains,
which of the two announcements was the truth? Continue by clicking (read More)

Until September of 1994 the Air Force has maintained that the balloon
explanation was the correct one. But now, we have a new official story, or
rather, a new official “theory”. There were all too many conflicting reports in
the old version, so, due to pressure from Congressman Steven Schiff, the Roswell
books, the motion picture, and our own unceasing use of the media to attack the
credibility of the so-called “cover-up”, the Air Force admitted they “lied”
about Roswell. But all they succeeded in doing was to redesign the original
balloon story. Project Mogul, though classified at that time, was nonetheless
comprised of very conventional materials that even a child could have
recognized. And for that matter, Mogul, itself, was declassified within days
after Roswell when the Pentagon conducted a demonstration for the press at White
Sands. A photo of a Mogul array was even published in the Alamogordo paper July
10, 1947. We are now asked to believe that this is the purpose for the
high-level security oaths maintained by the patriotic members of the 509th
atomic bomb unit even up to their death beds. I can’t emphasize enough, all for
Neoprene rubber, one-sided, reflective foil, wooden sticks, bailing twine, and
masking tape. And yes, the tape had hearts and flowers painted on it which
confused everyone all the way up to Ramey. That’s what they are asking us to
accept all over again. Neither the witnesses or we are convinced.

Through the course of our own investigation, we have amassed a continuously
growing number of over 500 witnesses associated with the events who support the
first account, that first claim of the flying saucer recovery. And despite what
the Air Force maintains is the truth about Roswell, when the truth about the U.
S. government’s involvement in other coverups continue to surface, Roswell
remains shrouded in secrecy.

And one thing also remains constant; what took place outside of Roswell in the
summer of 1947 was not caused by a weather device.

There are other constants, other truths which the Air Force refuses to address.
Let’s review some of the major aspects of the now legendary UFO crash at
Roswell:

1. On Tuesday, July 8, 1947, the Roswell Army Air Field base commander Col.
William Blanchard announced the recovery of a flying saucer. The press release
itself, was orchestrated in Washington, D.C. as a pretext to the pending balloon
explanation.

2. That same day, at approximately 4:30 P.M. CST., Brig. General Roger Ramey,
the commander of the Eighth Air Force at Fort Worth, presented the press a
counter story; a Rawin target device (weather balloon with radar reflective
kite).

3. W. W. “Mac” Brazel, the ranch foreman who first discovered the debris field,
was detained by the military for seven days while cleanup operations continued
at the site. He was denied access to a phone, given an Army physical, and
subjected to rigorous questioning and intimidation while under house arrest at
the Roswell Army Air Field.

4. Extreme security measures were exercised at both the ranch, and the impact
sites. Armed guards encircled the primary locations, a second cordon was placed
around the outer perimeter, riflemen were stationed on the surrounding hills,
and MPs posted on outlying roads.

5. Special unscheduled flights arrived from Washington, D.C., with additional
units arriving from White Sands in Alamogordo and Kirtland in Albuquerque.
Unscheduled flights from Roswell transported wreckage or bodies to Fort Worth,
Wright Field in Dayton, Ohio, Andrews in Washington, D.C., and Los Alamos
National Laboratory.

6. Senator Dennis Chavez of New Mexico, then chair of the Senate Appropriations
Committee, phoned Walt Whitmore Sr., owner of KGFL Radio in Roswell, to strongly
advise him to do as instructed by the FCC in an earlier call and not broadcast a
wire recorded interview with Brazel.

7. On July 9, 1947, military officials toured news media offices in Roswell,
Albuquerque, and Santa Fe to retrieve copies of the original press release sent
out by Roswell Army Air Field that revealed the Army had recovered a flying
saucer.  The interview with Mac Brazel was also confiscated.

8. An FBI telax at 6:17 P.M. on July 8, 1947 out of the bureau office in Dallas,
Texas, first disputed General Ramey’s announcement to the press that the special
flight transporting wreckage to Wright Field had been canceled, as well as the
new explanation of a balloon and hexagonal radar target.

9. Multiple firsthand military and civilian witnesses who independently
witnessed the crash have verified the date and approximate time of the event.

10. Multiple, independent firsthand military and civilian witnesses have
identified the location the impact and separate debris sites. Their testimony
coincides with each others.

11. Multiple firsthand military and civilian witnesses have given similar
descriptions regarding the size and shape of the crashed vehicle. It was shaped
more like a batwing than a flying saucer.

12. Over two dozen witnesses, both military and civilian sources, agree to the
unconventional characteristics of the debris. The material could not be cut,
burned, or even slightly damaged by conventional means.

13. Multiple firsthand military and civilian witnesses have presented testimony
concerning the five, humanoid bodies recovered at the impact site just 35 miles
north of Roswell.

14. Finally, the most shocking revelation to date: the U.S. military resorted to
extreme measures such as physical threats against civilian witnesses to insure
their silence. Children were terrorized and parents were warned that their
children would be killed if they repeated one word about the true nature of the
crash and retrieval. One confidential military source, now a civilian, has
received numerous death threats over the phone within the past three years
pertaining to his involvement at Roswell.

All of this over a MOGUL BALLOON? As long as there are firsthand witnesses who
continue to challenge the government’s official new theory, the door remains
opened. I’d like to believe our efforts have had something to do with that.

Note:

Credits: By Donald Schmitt
From Sir Arthur C. B. E. Wholeflaffers A.S.A. <[email protected]>
Date: Thursday, June 26, 2003 2:50 AM
Newsgroups: alt.alien.visitors,alt.alien.research,alt.paranet.u
fo,alt.paranet.abduct

Credits: By Donald Schmitt
From Sir Arthur C. B. E. Wholeflaffers A.S.A. <[email protected]>
Date: Thursday, June 26, 2003 2:50 AM
Newsgroups: alt.alien.visitors,alt.alien.research,alt.paranet.u
fo,alt.paranet.abduct