From: Mike Wootten <firstname.lastname@example.org> Date: Sat, 17 Apr 1999 22:24:05 GMT Fwd Date: Sun, 18 Apr 1999 00:06:32 -0400 Subject: BUFORA Watch - Journal Editor Leaves As we speculated in the last edition of BUFORA Watch, the Association have been hit by yet another key resignation. Journal editor and BUFORA stalwart Robert Moore recently sent a letter to Council members which began: 'Due to a number of factors I have decided to stand down as Editor of the BUFORA BULLETIN as of Issue "11". This is - to a notable degree - due to my strong feelings re the Max Burns issues, which I share with Gloria Dixon and David Clarke. I am deeply distressed to see how some aspects of BUFORA are not fully supportive of David Clarke and his investigation of this case.' BUFORA are now floundering in the mire, panicking at how they are seen by the world's ufologists. The machinery behind the clockwork has been exposed once again to reveal - NOTHING. But remember, this is a nothing for which BUFORA members are quite happy to pay 20 pounds per year for. A far stranger mystery than ufology itself! BUFORA have also been panned in the latest Magonia on-line supplement, which contains a lenghty article about the history of BUFORA cock-ups. The more things change at BUFORA the more they stay the same! BUFORA big wig has begged ex-Director of Investigations Gloria Dixon to stay with the Association and it is rumoured that they are now trying to make their peace with Jenny Randles in an attempt to regain a shard of credibility. In reality these pathetic actions further demonstrate the mess BUFORA is in. Their continued promotion of stand up UFO comics such as Max Burns and his ilk only go to show they have not - and will not - learn their lesson. We'll keep you posted as to their antics!
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