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Mexican Fleet Prompts Release Of Kaufman Texas

From: Santiago Yturria Garza <syturria.nul>
Date: Tue, 17 May 2005 22:13:00 +0000
Fwd Date: Wed, 18 May 2005 07:28:59 -0400
Subject: Mexican Fleet Prompts Release Of Kaufman Texas

Mexican Fleet Prompts Release Of Kaufman Texas Video

The recent UFO fleet over Mexico city videotaped by Arturo
Robles Gil on April 11, 2005 convinced skywatcher Larry
"lawwalk" from Kaufman, Texas to come forward and tell about his
sighting and present his evidence, videotaped on the afternoon of
May 3, 2004 in Kaufman County, Texas.

In a message to BJ Booth of UFO Casebook Larry "lawwalk"
mentioned having seen the April 11 Mexican UFO fleet footage and
decided to tell his story. According to the article published in
the UFO Casebook webpage Larry was confused and disconcerted by
the unusual sighting he experimented that afternoon of May 2004
due to the numerous objects flying in formation at a clear day.

Larry confessed that he thought these was a formation of rare
birds of some kind but being unsure of what he got on tape
decided to keep it secret with him until he found the mexican

The video is great. At broad daylight and a tree as a reference,
We have studied this video here in Mexico and according to it's
characteristics and parameters we concluded that it's consistent
with the mexican UFO fleets videos, same behavior, same movement
in perfect synchronized formation  the Kaufman Texas May 3, 2004
footage by Larry " Lawwalk " is for us a UFO fleet evidence.

This is a confirmation that the UFO flotillas is a global
phenomena and more reports are coming from other countries.
Thanks to Larry and BJ Booth for releasing this information and
provide the evidences.


Santiago Yturria

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