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Re: The Corso Affidavit for CAUS

From: Robert Todd <RTodd12191@aol.com>
Date: Thu, 23 Jul 1998 04:50:04 EDT
Fwd Date: Thu, 23 Jul 1998 12:58:44 -0400
Subject: Re: The Corso Affidavit for CAUS


>Date: Wed, 22 Jul 1998 17:43:46 -0300
>From: Stanton T. Friedman <fsphys@brunnet.net>>
>To: UFO UpDates - Toronto <updates@globalserve.net>>
>Subject: Re: UFO UpDate: Re: The Corso Affidavit for CAUS

>>From: Robert Todd <RTodd12191@aol.com>>
>>Date: Mon, 20 Jul 1998 15:35:57 EDT
>>To: updates@globalserve.net
>>Subject: Re: UFO UpDate: Re: The Corso Affidavit for CAUS

>>>Date: Mon, 20 Jul 1998 10:26:34 -0700
>>>From: Jan Aldrich <jan@cyberzone.net>
>>>To: updates@globalserve.net
>>>Subject: Re: The Corso Affidavit for CAUS

Friedman wrote:

<snip>

>I suppose I should be pleased that Bob Todd has come out of
>retirement to once again demonstrate his psychic skills and the
>fact that he hasn't gone to any archives, but is a splendid
>armchair theorist.

Thank you, Stan, I think you mean that.

>Corso's connection with the NSC wasn't classified. The NSC is a
>Statutory organization..

Stan, have you become a member of the government's cover-up?
Surely Corso could have had an unclassified involvement with the
NSC, and a highly-classified part not reflected in the merely
top-secret stuff, in much the same way that Twining, in
reporting to his superiors, lied about not having any crashed
saucers in the possession of the Air Force. Hell, if Twining
would lie to his superiors as you and Randle allege, why
wouldn't the NSC lie to other members of the NSC, and doctor the
official records to conceal Corso's super-duper,
tippy-top-secret duties with the NSC? They wouldn't even have to
doctor the records, but just keep the super-duper-secret stuff
out of the hands of the Eisenhower Library. Absence of evidence
is not evidence of absence. If it's good enough for MJ-12, then,
dammit, it's good enough for Corso too.


>Here is the text which I had faxed to Gersten, Birnes,
>Lindemann, The Roswell Museum etc.:

>"This is in response to your inquiry of June 2. According to the
>information found in our files, Col. Philip J. Corso was not a
>member of the National Security Council or its ancillary agency,
>the Operations Coordinating Board, during the Eisenhower
>Administration. Mr. Corso served on the staff of the
>Psychological Strategy Board and its successor, the Operations
>Coordinating Board, from August 1953 to September 1956. He
>served on a number of OCB working groups including the POW
>Working group. We have not located any evidence that he ever
>attended an actual NSC meeting........."

>Herbert L. Pankratz Archivist,
>Eisenhower Library.
>June 5.1998

Irrelevant. Absence of evidence is not evidence of absence.

I'm certain that, like the mythical MJ-12, Corso's _real_ duties
with the NSC were _so_ tippy-top-secret that you aren't going
to find them among the merely top-secret holdings of the NSC.
You're gonna have to peek at the SCI and ESI stuff -- but we all
know MJ-12 will never let that happen, although I'm certain
there are members of the current MJ-12 who really want the truth
to come out - you know, the guys who helped you and Bill Moore
out by furnishing all those Top Secret/Majic documents.

I shudder to think what nefarious activities Corso was involved
in that the NSC and MJ-12 feel they must hide the details of his
_true_ involvement with the NSC. I think we have a second Cosmic
Watergate here. Maybe Corso was deeply involved officially with
crashed saucers a lot earlier than he led us to believe in his
book. I understand he imparted startling information to his son
just prior to his death. Maybe he even had records to support
his statements, and perhaps his son will release them in the
not-too-distant future.

Besides, not _all_ NSC records were transferred to the
Eisenhower Library. Maybe the records detailing Corso's _real_,
super-duper, tippy-top-secret duties are still held by the NSC.
If I were you, I'd file a FOIA with the NSC. And, if necessary,
you can take it all the way to the Supreme Court, just like you
did with the CAUS lawsuit against the NSA. If anybody can do it,
you can. I have faith in you, and I know you won't let me down.

>Last I heard, there were 11 different finders Aids for the NSC
>files alone of about 250,000 pages. At one time 50,000 pages
>were still classified.. but major effort is being made to review
>those.

Ahhh, that's what they _want_ you to believe. And they probably
have withheld only those records dealing with MJ-12 and Corso's
tippy-top-secret NSC duties, which are not reflected in the
merely top-secret records. Surely they must consider Corso _as_
important as your "ground breaking" research into the MJ-12
documents.

>It is really a great place to do research. Bob and other
>armchair theorists ought to try it.

This armchair researcher can out-research you any day of the
week.

>Phil Klass might have saved
>himself the 1000$ he paid me for providing 10+ NSC documents
>done in the large Pica Type, if he had gone there instead of ,
>like Bob, doing his research from his armchair and claiming that
>elite type was it at the NSC.

Be careful with your wording there, Stan. Don't claim that I
ever claimed anything about pica or elite type, as might be
assumed from your (deliberately?) poorly worded sentence.

You keep rubbing Klass' nose in this as though his stupid bet
somehow makes Roswell and MJ-12 true. Must be some of that
superior logic you employ.

>A copy of the correspondence and the check is in my "Final
>Report on Operation Majestic 12."

What's the matter, Stan? Why didn't you include your address
where your $16,000 report can be purchased?

>Anybody who uses libraries to check out PM newspapers from July
>8, l947, would also note, though foolishly denied by armchair
>theorist Bob, that the Brazel wreckage had been found "last
>week", not on June 14 as required for the MOGUL disinformation.
>explanation.

I never denied that some newspapers said "last week." And
insofar as the source of the balloon debris is concerned, it
really doesn't matter if Brazil found it on June 14th or later.
The "MOGUL disinformation explanation" doesn't depend on the
date when Brazil found the debris.

It's as much selective choice of data for you as you claim it
is for me.

Remember, absence of evidence is not evidence of absence. You
just gotta keep looking, Stan. Trust me. Corso's secret
involvement with the NSC is every bit as important to ufology as
your MJ-12 is.

Long live Roswell!

Bob "Testy" Todd