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Re: Any More News Regarding Roswell?

From: Neil Morris <Neil@adm1.ph.man.ac.uk>
Date: Tue, 02 Jun 1998 12:54:37 +0100
Fwd Date: Tue, 02 Jun 1998 08:23:36 -0400
Subject: Re: Any More News Regarding Roswell?


> Date: Mon, 1 Jun 1998 21:59:32 -0400
> From: James Easton <pulsar@compuserve.com>
> Subject: UFO UpDate: Re: Any More News Regarding Roswell?
> To: UFO UpDates - Toronto <updates@globalserve.net>


James wrote:

> Remaining unanswered are the following:

> There were two points about Kaufmann's claimed copy of his
> original 'Top Secret' report.

> The first was why he had a copy at all, did he routinely make
> duplicates of 'secret' documents for his own files?

> Secondly, how was he was able to make what seems allegedly to be
> an exact copy, complete with letter-heading bearing the name and
> address of 'Headquarters, Roswell Army Air Field', a typed
> reference [S1CP/JAM/sfm] and partly typed, partly hand-written
> date [only the typed '1947' is clear].

> Although there were no photocopiers available in 1947 (the
> electro-photographic process wasn't publicly demonstrated until
> 22 October 1948), he could indeed have photographed the
> document.

> What did he do then though, send the film to Kodak for
> processing?

> I had mentioned Kaufmann's report previously and remained unsure
> if these questions had ever been asked of him and answered.

> Also unclear was whether the 'report' had ever been published.
> The only time I've seen the document, which seems to consist of
> only this one page containing sketches of the 'craft' and
> 'aliens', is in the UK Channel 4 'Incident at Roswell'
> documentary.

> What about the possibility of clarifying these issues with Frank
> Kaufmann and also querying why, if the copy letter-heading
> relates to a document he sent (rather then a letter he might have
> received), the reference doesn't contain FK's initials?
> [End]

<snip>

The date on the documents shown in the CH4 Doc "Incident at Roswell
was July 26th 1947 and from the date I observed it was fully typed.

> "The first or second of July, the radar screen lit up. Then the
> radar started to act normal again. We had trained radar people
> that were assigned to our group that told us that something went
> down east, where we didn't know. What drew our attention to the
> site was that people driving on 285 ... saw this flame UFO Crash
> going down, they saw this glow. And it was common at that time to
> call the base and say, 'We saw something.' That's how we knew how
> to locate it.'"
>

<snip>

I keep on asking myself why was there a 3 week+ gap between the
event and Frank writing up his report, it seems an over long
period of time, I would expect a report to be written while
events were still fresh in the memory. I would also expect "the
brass" upstairs would have wanted a report with some urgency
too!.

Has Frank got his "remembered" dates wrong?.

A few thoughts: (if the reports are the real thing)

The reports date is typed as July 26th 1947.

If Franks report WAS typed up "shortly" after the events they
refered to, which to me, would seem the most probable course of
events rather than waiting about 2-3 weeks before forwarding it,
it would shift Frank's event a couple of weeks later than the
"classic" Roswell event!

It would seem that,if you take this timeline on board, not to
mention the alledged AA/Soccoro crash attributed to May/June,
unidentified craft were dropping on NM with some regularity.

So.....

Was the tiny amount of news to "leak"? out from Roswell, and I
feel it was an accidental leak, just one tiny aspect of a
"greater game" being played out that summer.

It might be interesting to have some comments from people who
might know of the "normal" US military procedure of the time in
respect of filing reports.

Has anyone ever asked Frank what was the delay?

Any takers?

Best Regards
Neil.

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