From: Roy J Hale <firstname.lastname@example.org> Date: Wed, 13 Oct 1999 04:52:31 +0100 Fwd Date: Thu, 14 Oct 1999 08:55:39 -0400 Subject: Re: From Maxwell Burns A&R wrote: >>Date: Sun, 10 Oct 1999 12:37:29 -0400 >>From: Andy Roberts <Brigantia@compuserve.com> >>Subject: Re: From Maxwell Burns >>To: UFO UpDates - Toronto <email@example.com> >>Y'all, >>As Jon said in a recent email he still hasn't come up with the >>name/number of the aircraft which went missing or the >>name/number of the crew. This was always the crux point of his >>argument which seemd to get buried beneath his freelance >>chemical courier activities. Hi All, Yes the "Crux" of the Sheffield Case has seen to be focused on the name of the pilot. So let us clear the case once and for all. A little request for those researchers who don't believe that there was some kind of Incident on the night in Question March 27th 1997' would you be able to produce all of the names of the Nato Pilots who took part in this flight? This way other researchers could then check to see if those Nato Pilots named by those researchers are in fact still walking about today? Surely these researchers must know all of the names of the Nato Pilots who flew on that mission on the night as they are adamant that they all arrived back safely' for this reasoning at least one of those researchers must have a list of the Nato Pilots names / numbers who returned to the base intact? If they haven't' would they care to enlighten everyone as to how they know that no Nato Pilot was lost? Hopefully the researchers denying that any incident had occurred and that no pilot was lost, can then safely assure us all by printing the full names / numbers of all those pilots concerned, from which everyone could check, and if proved right' then this will be a closed case once and for all. Regards, Roy.. Keep Smiling..
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