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Re: Robert A.M. Stephens Exposed as a Fraud?

From: Sue Kovios <bradford@globalserve.net>
Date: Tue, 05 Jan 1999 07:39:53 -0500
Fwd Date: Tue, 05 Jan 1999 09:55:05 -0500
Subject: Re: Robert A.M. Stephens Exposed as a Fraud?


At 04/01/99 11:49 PM -0500, Michael Theroux wrote:

>After the Art Bell show appearance, I began to do a more
>thorough investigation into his background. I emailed some of
>the contacts he said he had at NASA. One of them, declared a
>"buddy" by Mr. Stephens, wrote back saying, "I have never met or
>talked to Robert Stephens to my knowledge, and I have no idea if
>he is a Space Shuttle contractor as stated in his e-mail." He
>then went on to say, "I was simply responding to his e-mail in
>the spirit of public mail to NASA, and am a bit chagrined that
>he has termed me his "buddy" and that he posted my e-mail to him
>to the Web without asking me if he could do so." This NASA
>spokesperson asked that I do not forward or post his mail
>without permission =97 I am awaiting his permission.
>I then went after the SEAL Team-3 claim. There are many sites on
>the internet hosted by former Navy SEALs which enjoy exposing
>those who make such false claims. Here is a list:

>January, 04 1998
>Michael Theroux
>Director
>Borderland Sciences Research Foundation - Since 1945
>http://www.borderlands.com
>theroux@borderlands.com

Well I've done searching myself <g>.  Some of this sounds too
coincidental.

I started with: http://www.geeksquad.com/agents/66bio.htm
(Dossier on Robert Stephens)

Over a three year period, he rose to become head engineer of the
lab while earning scholarships from the U.S. Navy and the FAA
for research into virtual reality and construction of a
computer-based flight and driving simulator. It was also during
this time he started a computer consulting business. In April
1994, after three years at the University, he formed Geek Squad,
Inc. with $200. Now four years old, The Geek Squad is a 24-hour
on-site rapid-response computer task force with eighteen Special
Agents. The Geek Squad has over 3500 clients, including 3M,
General Mills, IBM, Cargill, Twentieth Century Fox, Warner Bros,
and The Rolling Stones. Now 29, Robert lives in Minneapolis.


Look at the other titles of the 'Special Agents' and their
portfolios.

and I checked out: http://www.geeksquad.com/aboutus.htm


Special Agents

Sacrificing any normal social life, Special Agents are the
highly trained specialists that are on-call for  you 24-hours a
day, seven days a week. Modeled after such elite groups such as
the Navy SEALS, NASA, and the Secret Service, Special Agents are
skilled in crisis management, rapid problem solving, and
adaptability. They operate successfully in hostile environments.
When you're in trouble, these are the people you need on your
side.

I checked out: http://www.artic.edu/saic/ats/courses.html which
are numerous courses in the Arts & Technology field Mr. Stephens
and others may have taken (including holography and 3-D
animation)

I think these 'Geeks' have been toying with the ufological
community.  Stand at attention guys. What do you think? Perhaps
they've been 'contracted' by NASA and the Navy SEALS on a
computer-consulting basis.  Perhaps that's why no one wants to
comment.

Sue Kovios


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