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Massive New Funding For Ufology?

From: Isaac Koi <isaackoi2.nul>
Date: Sun, 1 Apr 2007 00:16:34 +0100
Fwd Date: Sun, 01 Apr 2007 08:32:58 -0400
Subject: Massive New Funding For Ufology?


Below is a press release supplied by Andy Miller, a British
Ufologist.

I wish to make it absolutely clear that by passing on this press
release I am not endorsing even a single word of this nonsense...

Kind Regards,

Isaac Koi



FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: FUNDING OF UP TO $25 MILLION FOR UFO
RESEARCH

1 April 2007, by Andy Miller on behalf of the Aerial Phenomena
Research and Investigation League.

In exciting news that is likely to thrill UFO researchers around
the world, at a press conference yesterday morning Andy Miller
made the following announcement:

"This is the final call by the Aerial Phenomena Research and
Investigation League ("the League") for submission of proposals
for funding of research into reports of Unidentified Flying
Objects (UFOs). Funding of an amount not exceeding US Dollars
25 million is being made available for UFO research by the
League."

Each individual application for funding must, however, not
exceed US Dollars 1 million to maximise the number of
meritorious proposals that can be funded by the League.

In remarks made at the press conference regarding the Funding
Opportunity Of the League, Andrew Miller (a Major in the League,
and not related to acclaimed English researcher Stuart Miller)
stated that this move was "ground-breaking, and potentially
Earth-shattering. It's time to pick up the pace of progress."

Any individual that wishes to apply for such funds must register
their interest by 4pm on 1 April 2007 by sending a brief outline
("the Application") of their proposal by email to
ufoleague[at]gmail.com .

The Application should not exceed 300 words in length. Further
details of a proposal may be requested by the League if deemed
necessary and appropriate.

Some of the Applications received prior to this final call for
funding are included within ANNEX A, to illustrate the diverse
range of interesting ideas that have been put forward thus far.
These represent (in no particular order) the best of ideas
received so far. The League hopes that this final call for
funding will, however, result in even better ideas being
generated.

Each Application shall be deemed to incorporate the terms and
conditions set out in the agreement attached as ANNEX B to this
Press Release. The Applicant agrees that by submitting a
proposal to the League, he/she shall be deemed to be have signed
the said agreements. (Thus, an actual signature is not
required and the proposal can merely be sent as an email or word
processed document).

Andy Miller ended the press conference by stating that he had
time to take a couple of quick questions.

"Q : Why set up yet another UFO organisation, rather than provide
funding to serious ufologists via existing UFO groups, such as
the well respected organisation FUFOR?"
"A: An independent group is necessary in order to provide money
directly to serious ufologists, due to a concern that established
UFO groups may have been compromised by Disinformation Agents.
See ANNEX C to the League's Press Release ("The Top 100 Real Men
in Black")."

"Q: Why do initial proposals have to be submitted so soon after
this final call for submissions?"
"A:To ensure that only highly active participants within ufology
are considered, and to reduce the likelihood of infiltration by
Disinformation Agents. See ANNEX C to the League's Press Release
("The Top 100 Real Men in Black")."



ANNEX A - Current leading applications

(1) Professor A. S. , University of [redacted], USA:
Those that have previously researched UFO reports (self-styled
"Ufologists") have failed to address various key issues in
relation to such reports, possibly due to their limited
intellectual abilities. I propose using the League's funding to:
(a) organise a multi-disciplinary symposium of scientists from
various fields to discuss the most efficient and effective means
of studying so-called "UFO" reports.
(b) implement the most promising of the ideas generated by such a
symposium.


(2) Dr R. E., University of [redacted], USA
A number of "ufologists" have asserted that there are "patterns"
within the UFO data. I have had difficulty in finding any
satisfactory database of UFO sighting upon which to perform
statistical analysis. Funding is necessary to compile such a
database (complete with bibliographic references), which can then
be made available to researchers for analysis.


(3) Dr I. O., University of [redacted], USA
Why do some people believe in UFOs? Why do some people claim
that that have seen, or been inside a UFO? I need funding to
obtain polling data on those that believe in, or believe they
have seen, UFOs in order to analyse their pecularities. Perhaps
some common thread or pathology can be identified in those
afflicted with such beliefs.


(4) Mr T. G., Aerial Phenomena Tracking Association
Looking into old UFO reports has gotten ufology nowhere in 60
years of research and investigation. Rather than a reactive
approach, we now need a proactive approach. I would use money
from the League to set up a number of multi-disciplinary "rapid
response" teams of investigators, including a representative of
the physical sciences and a representative of the psychological
sciences. Each team would be provided with an appropriate
vehicle (e.g. a van or bus) fitted with relevant photographic
and other instrumentation.


(5) Ms D. E., Feminists for UFO Research
Why does everyone have to argue when they discuss UFOs? Adopting
a feminist approach which seeks consensus and harmony, I would
only require limited funds to organise a panel of UFO proponents
and constructive sceptics. The panel would work together to
identify common ground and seek mutual understanding and
respect. There are more things that can be agreed upon than the
rhetoric of ufologists and sceptics would generally suggest.


(6) Ms S. W., Independent Researcher
Much of the material on the Internet in relation to UFOs is crap
(please excuse my French!!). Some of the best material is only
available off-line, and can be expensive or hard to find. Some
material is practically impossible to obtain outside the USA. I
would use any money which the League is kind enough to supply to
me to fund the scanning of some of the best such material, and
make the scanned material available online or on CDs for a
nominal charge. In particular, I understand the very interesting
and informative booklets on the history of ufology by Loren
Gross are not yet available either online or on CD, despite an
indication by Jan Aldrich back in January 1999 on the Project
1947 List that Loren Gross had said that " something that does
not take up his time would be all right". This is just one of
many missed opportunities within ufology. I don't need much
money to fund this project. In relation to the Loren Gross scans
for a CD or website, I can probably find volunteers with
scanning equipment. I probably just need postage to cover the
cost of someone sending me a copy of each booklet, any the cost
of posting the booklets back.

(7) Garfield Lestrange of the Bridgewater UFO, Crop-circle
Research And Paranormal Mysteries Research Organisation
(BUFOCRAPMRORG):
A sum of 1 million dollars is needed to facilitate the creation
of our new international headquarters, and new bicycles for our
field investigators.


ANNEX B : TERMS AND CONDITIONS

(1) The Applicant agrees that by submitting an electronic copy
of this Application, he/she shall be deemed to have signed an
agreement containing these terms and conditions.

(2) The Applicant hereby warrants that the proposal for study
into reports of so-called Unidentified Flying Objects ("UFOs")
is entirely his own work.

(3) The Applicant acknowledges that the amount awarded in
respect of this Application is entirely within the sole
discretion of the Judge or Judges, and shall in any event not
exceed $25 million.

(4) The Applicant:

(a) declares that he is not, and has never been, a
Disinformation Agent.

(b) agrees not to become an individual within Paragraph 4(a)
above.

(5) To enable monitoring of compliance with Paragraph 4 above,
the Applicant hereby waives in perpetuity his rights under
Article 8 of the European Convention on Human Rights.

(6) To ensure compliance with Paragraph 4 above, the Applicant
hereby waives in perpetuity his rights under Articles 2 and 3 of
the European Convention on Human Rights.

(7) The waivers in Paragraphs 5 and 6 to this Press Release will
be binding upon each Applicant regardless of the success or
failure of the Application.

(8) As provided in Article 16 of the European Convention on
Human Rights, these provisions shall not have any effect upon
aliens.

(9) The provisions of this agreement are not severable. If any
clause is held to be invalid and/or unenforceable, then the
entire agreement shall be deemed to be void.

(10) All Applications shall be governed by English law and
subject to the exclusive jurisdiction of the O. F. ( O.L.) High
Court, England. Any claims in relation to an Application must be
submitted to said Court by the first day in April in the year
following the accrual of a cause of action.

(11) The total amount of funding to be provided for UFO research
by the League is subject to various considerations, including
the resources available to the League following any and all
payments to the League's Captains around the world and to the
League's hundreds of alliance partners ( i.e. those that support
the work of the League and/or supply valuable services - such as
the League's "milkman").

(12) The decision(s) of the Judge or Judges shall be final. No
correspondence shall be entered into.




ANNEX C - THE TOP 100 REAL "MEN IN BLACK"

We understand that there may be some reluctance to accept the
bona fides of the Funding Opportunity Of the League. Therefore,
as an indication of the VAST resources and funding at our
disposal (and to indicate the grounds for our concern about
dealing with any of the established UFO research groups), we
present below brief non-exhaustive EXTRACTS from a database
which we have caused to be compiled.

These extracts from our FULLY referenced database indicate
individuals within the UFO research community that have admitted
working, or been reported to have worked, as (or with)
Government Agents.

The following list of the real Men In Black was compiled on
behalf of the Aerial Phenomena Research and Investigation League
("the League") by researcher Andy Miller. The League is proud to
release these extracts today, 1st April 2007. Today is an
important day is the League. As always, researchers should check
the facts for themselves and not place any reliance upon the
mere assertion of these details in the following list. If
anything should be learnt from the history of ufological
research, it is that claims should not necessary be taken at
face
value.


(1) Adamski, George (infamous contactee that claimed contact
with aliens during the 1950s)
Several researchers have indicated that George Adamski worked
for, or was duped by, the CIA or other intelligence agency in
order to cause ufology to look ridiculous and draw attention away
from authentic evidence [see Footnote A]. An Australian
individual that hosted Adamski during his tour of Australia
reported that Adamski travelled with a passport bearing special
privileges [See Footnote B].
[Footnote A] Discussed by Jerome Clark in his "The UFO
Encyclopedia: The Phenomenon from the Beginning - 2 nd edition :
"Volume 1:A-K" (1998) at pages 31, 34-35 (in an entry entitled
"Adamski, George (1891-1965)") of the Omnigraphics hardback
edition.
[Footnote B] Discussed by Jacques Vallee in his "Dimensions"
(1988) at pages 247-248, 250 (in Part 3, Chapter 8) of the
Souvenir Press hardback edition.

(2) Allin, Mark (Co-owner of the popular AboveTopSecret.com
discussion forum, uses the codename "Springer") :
Laura Knight Jadczyk has reported that "the ATS website is just
one more government-funded damage control operation" (see
Footnote A) and later confirmed that " abovetopsecret.com is just
a nest of vipers, hoaxers and probably a central node for
internet COINTELPRO funded by the Pentagon and backed by Dick
"Shoot First, Ask Questions Later" Cheney (see Footnote B).
Furthermore, the registered offices of ATS are owned by a British
Governmental entity (see Footnote C). During March 2007, one of
the three co-owners of ATS admitted under questioning that ATS
received support from the National Security Agency (see Footnote
D) including the services of 10 computer programmers (see
Footnote E), and that he met with NSA officials in Aruba (see
Footnote F). One of the co-owners of AboveTopSecret.com has
written that : "AboveTopSecret.com is a professional "COINTELPRO"
operation using secret black-operations funding to publish and
promote disinformation as part of the U.S. Government's agenda to
deflect and discredit conspiracy theorists" (see Footnote G).
[Footnote A] See:
http://tinyurl.com/2qyw9u
[Footnote B] See:
http://laura-knight-jadczyk.blogspot.com/2006_03_01_archive.html
[Footnote C] Abovetopsecret.com LLP, Company Number OC315616,
Registered office 1 Sackville Close Swindon, Wiltshire, SN3 3EJ .
English Land Registry Title Number WT114122.
[Footnote D] Approximately 21 minutes into the explicit interview
with Mr D Rabbit dated 12 March 2007 at the link below:
http://tinyurl.com/33u56l
[Footnote E] Approximately 47 minutes into the interview referred
to in Footnote D above.
[Footnote F] Approximately 26 minutes into the interview referred
to in Footnote D above.
[Footnote G] See:
http://www.abovetopsecret.com/forum/thread190720/pg1

(3) Andrus, Walt (formerly of MUFON):
William Cooper (see entry on William Cooper below) has revealed
that he considered "MUFON to be the great black hole of the UFO
community. . The members of the MUFON board of directors and
the members of the advisory board of consultants are for the most
part supported by the Government in the form of salaries, grants,
or retirement checks" [Footnote (A)].
[Footnote (A)] : Discussed by William Cooper in his "Behold a
Pale Horse" (1991) at page 230 (in Chapter 12) of the Light
Technology softcover edition.

(4) Bell, Art (popular radio presenter) :
Revealed by Laura Knight Jadczyk to be "COINTELPRO from bottom
up" (see Footnote A). Exposed by Bill Cooper (see entry on Bill
Cooper below) in his article "Majesty Twelve" as being "a shill"
for the New World Order. Cooper has reported that " Bell
effectively implants the idea that anyone who believes in any
conspiracy is a whacked out nutcase that should be locked up in a
mental institution. He is a most effective change agent operating
on behalf of our enemies" (see Footnote B).
[Footnote A] See:
http://laura-knight-jadczyk.blogspot.com/2006/01/how-to-spot-cointelpro-agents.html
[Footnote B] See Bill Cooper's article "Majesty Twelve",
available on various websites included at the link below:
http://www.hourofthetime.com/majestyt.htm


(5) Berlitz, Charles (author of books relating to Roswell and
the Bermuda Triangle, several of which were co-authored by
William L. Moore (see entry on Bill Moore, below) :
Revealed in March 2004 by Karl Pflock (see entry on Karl Pflock
below] to have been an active duty U.S. Army intelligence officer
(see Footnote A). Bill Cooper (see entry on Bill Cooper below)
has reported seeing Naval Intelligence documents which give this
researcher's name as an active intelligence agency asset (see
Footnote B).
[Footnote A] See:
http://www.martiansgohome.com/smear/v51/ss040315.htm
[Footnote B] Discussed by William Cooper in his "Behold a Pale
Horse" (1991) at page 228 (in Chapter 12) of the Light Technology
softcover edition.

(6) Bower, D (one of the infamous British "Doug and Dave"
crop-circle making duo):
George Wingfield and others have reported that "Doug and Dave"
were agents in a government disinformation campaign (see
Footnotes A and B). Researchers Colin Andrews and Jon King concur
that Doug and Dave were participants in a "premeditated
propaganda exercise perpetrated by the British and US governments
and executed via their respective intelligence agencies" (see
Footnote C).
[Footnote A] See:
http://www.anomalies.net/archive/paranet/newsletter/501
[Footnote B] Discussed by Jim Schnabel in his "Round in Circles"
(1993) at pages 264-266 (in Chapter 22) of the Hamish Hamilton
hardback edition.
[Footnote C] : Discussed Jon King in his "Cosmic Top Secret"
(1998) at pages 272-273, 275-277 (in the chapter entitled
"Document 07", "File 28") of the NEL paperback edition.

(7) Boylan, Richard (Dr.) :
During 1998, Whitley Strieber revealed that Boylan is a "possible
disinformation agent" (see Footnote A).
[Footnote A] See:
http://www.martiansgohome.com/smear/v45/ss980605.htm

(8) Brookesmith, Peter (author of several popular UFO books):
Admitted during August 2000 that he was a disinformation agent
for the New World Order (see Footnote A).
[Footnote A] See:
http://www.virtuallystrange.net/ufo/updates/2000/aug/m29-028.shtml

(9) Bryan, Colonel Joseph J (former member of NICAP's board of
directors):
Covert CIA official that infiltrated NICAP by joining its board
of directors in 1960. Founded and led the CIA 's psychological
warfare staff (see Footnote A, Footnote B, Footnote C and
Footnote D). Admitted during an interview with Brad Sparks in
1979 that his former covert employment with the CIA. Dick Hall
has written that Bryan's "Air Force Reserve Colonelcy" was "a
cover story for the CIA " (see Footnote E).
[Footnote A] Discussed by Timothy Good in his "Above Top Secret"
(1987) at page 343 (in Chapter 14) of the Sidgwick & Jackson
hardback edition (with the same page numbering in the Guild
Publishing hardback edition and the Grafton paperback edition).
[Footnote B] Discussed by Timothy Good in his "Beyond Top Secret"
(1996) at page 414 (in Chapter 16) of the Sidgwick & Jackson
hardback edition (with the same page numbering in the Pan
paperback edition).
[Footnote C] Discussed by Richard M Dolan in his "UFOs and the
National Security State: Volume 1" (2000) at pages 270-274 (in
Chapter 6) of the Keyhole softcover edition, at pages 190-194,
239 (in Chapter 6) of the 2002 revised Hampton Road softcover
edition.
[Footnote D] Discussed by Terry Hansen in his "The Missing Times
: News Media Complicity in the UFO Cover-Up" (2000) at pages
180-181 (in Chapter 5) of the Xlibris softcover edition.
[Footnote E] Discussed by Ann Druffel in her "Firestorm : Dr
James E McDonald's Fight for UFO Science" (2003) at pages 470-471
(in Chapter 17) of the Wild Flower Press softcover edition.

(10) Butler, Richard D. :
[Redacted] (see Footnote A)
[Footnote A] - [Redacted].

(11) Campbell, Glenn (ufo researcher):
In 2001, Baktar revealed that Glenn Campbell "was paid by the
military-industrial complex to create the Ufomind Web site as a
vehicle for releasing disinformation and monitoring what people
believe about UFOs" (see Footnote A).
[Footnote A] :
http://www.virtuallystrange.net/ufo/updates/2001/may/m24-033.shtml

(12) Carrion, James (International Director for MUFON):
Has admitted that he was an Intelligence Analyst for the U.S.
Army (see Footnote A).
[Footnote A] See:
http://www.virtuallystrange.net/ufo/updates/2006/dec/m30-004.shtml


(13) Carvalho, Bernard J (Chairman of NICAP's membership
subcommittee):
Revealed to have been a CIA agent (connected to the Fairway
Corporation, one of the CIA's dummy corporations) that
infiltrated NICAP (see Footnote A, Footnote B, Footnote C,
Footnote D, Footnote E, Footnote F and Footnote G).
[Footnote A] Discussed by Timothy Good in his "Above Top Secret"
(1987) at page 344 (in Chapter 14) of the Sidgwick & Jackson
hardback edition (with the same page numbering in the Guild
Publishing hardback edition and the Grafton paperback edition).
[Footnote B] Discussed by Timothy Good in his "Beyond Top Secret"
(1996) at pages 415 (in Chapter 16) of the Sidgwick & Jackson
hardback edition (with the same page numbering in the Pan
paperback edition).
[Footnote C] : Discussed by Jim Keith in his "Casebook on
Alternative 3" (1994) at page 121 (in Chapter 17) of the I-Net
softcover edition.
[Footnote D] Discussed by Jacques Vallee in his "Dimensions"
(1988) at page 248 (in Part 3, Chapter 8) of the Souvenir Press
hardback edition.
[Footnote E] Discussed by Richard M Dolan in his "UFOs and the
National Security State: Volume 1" (2000) at pages 270-274 (in
Chapter 6) of the Keyhole softcover edition, at pages 190-194 (in
Chapter 6) of the 2002 revised Hampton Road softcover edition.
[Footnote F] Discussed by Terry Hansen in his "The Missing Times
: News Media Complicity in the UFO Cover-Up" (2000) at pages
180-181 (in Chapter 5) of the Xlibris softcover edition.
[Footnote G] Discussed by Ann Druffel in her "Firestorm : Dr
James E McDonald's Fight for UFO Science" (2003) at page 470 (in
Chapter 17) of the Wild Flower Press softcover edition.

(14) Chorley, D (one of the infamous British "Doug and Dave"
crop-circle making duo):
George Wingfield and others have reported that "Doug and Dave"
were agents in a government disinformation campaign (see
Footnotes A and B). Researchers Colin Andrews and Jon King concur
that Doug and Dave were participants in a "premeditated
propaganda exercise perpetrated by the British and US governments
and executed via their respective intelligence agencies" (see
Footnote C).
[Footnote A] See:
http://www.anomalies.net/archive/paranet/newsletter/501
[Footnote B] Discussed by Jim Schnabel in his "Round in Circles"
(1993) at pages 264-266 (in Chapter 22) of the Hamish Hamilton
hardback edition.
[Footnote C] : Discussed Jon King in his "Cosmic Top Secret"
(1998) at pages 272-273, 275-277 (in the chapter entitled
"Document 07", "File 28") of the NEL paperback edition.

(15) Clarke, David (British researcher and academic):
Revealed by Max Burns to have been, along with colleague Andy
Roberts, to have been "serial planters of disinformation" (see
Footnote A). Andy Roberts confirmed during February 1999 that Dr
Clarke and he are "in the pay of MI5 and the Security Services"
(see Footnote B). They may also have links to an element of the
British Police Force called Special Branch, since their book
"Flying Saucerers" (2007) includes material purportedly based on
documents supplied by that organisation.
[Footnote A] Discussed by Max Burns in his article entitled "The
Usual Suspects : Anatomy of a Disinformation Campaign in Ufology"
in "Notes from the Borderland" Issue 5, Winter 2003/2004 at pages
21-31 (particularly pages 30-31). Available online at:
http://tinyurl.com/2fsmo9
[Footnote B] See:
http://www.virtuallystrange.net/ufo/updates/1999/feb/m16-002.shtml
[Footnote C] : Clarke, David and Roberts, Andy "Flying Saucerers"
(2007) generally.

(16) Cooper, Bill/William (conspiracy theorist) :
Revealed by Norio Hayakawa to have been an "unwitting
participant" in disinformation (see Footnote A).
[Footnote A] See:
http://www.hometown.aol.com/area51watch/page4.html

(17) Cooper, Vicki (editor and publisher of UFO magazine):
Bill Cooper (see entry on Bill Cooper above) has reported that
Vicki Cooper yelled "You know, my magazine might be financed by
the CIA" to Ron Regehr and Lee Graham in 1988. Bill Cooper has
written that the relevant magazine was "without any doubt
controlled and are probably . financially backed or controlled by
the CIA" [Footnote A].
[Footnote (A)] Discussed by William Cooper in his "Behold a Pale
Horse" (1991) at pages 230-231 (in Chapter 12) of the Light
Technology softcover edition.

(18) Condon, Edward (scientist- see Footnote A):
Author of the Condon Report (see Footnote B). Revealed by Dr.
Robert M Wood and Ryan S Wood to have been a Government scientist
linked to MJ-12 (see spreadsheet at Footnote C). In response to
questions from a citizen suggesting that the Condon study was "a
whitewash to cover a CIA-initiated program began prior to January
1953", an internal CIA memo suggested giving the untrue response
that "we're sorry, but we . have no files . on the subject" (see
Footnote D).
[Footnote A] This individual is discussed in the Wikipedia entry
at:
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Edward_Condon
[Footnote B] Full text of Condon Report available online at:
http://www.ncas.org/condon/text/contents.htm
[Footnote C] See:
http://209.132.68.98/pdf/government-scientists-mj12.pdf
[Footnote D] Discussed by George Fawcett and Barry Greenwood in
their "Clear Intent" (1984) at pages 141-142 (in Chapter 9) of
the Spectrum softcover edition (with the same page numbering in
the Fireside softcover edition published under the title "The UFO
Cover-Up").

(19) Corso, Philip J (author of "The Day after Roswell") : -
Confessed to various intelligence roles for the US government,
including as a member of the National Security Council (see
Footnote A). Corso was exposed by Bill Cooper (see entry above
on Bill Cooper) in his article "Majesty Twelve" as being a CIA
agent (see Footnote B). When asked to comment on Corso, Tim
Matthews (see entry below on Tim Matthews) commented "once a
spook always a spook" (see Footnote C).
[Footnote A] See:
http://tinyurl.com/2egcbd
[Footnote B] See Bill Cooper's article "Majesty Twelve",
available on various websites included at the link below:
http://www.hourofthetime.com/majestyt.htm
[Footnote C] See:
http://www.virtuallystrange.net/ufo/updates/1999/mar/m13-016.shtml


(20) Crisman, Fred (key witness in the famous Maury Island
incident):
Revealed to have been an undercover OSS/CIA/ AEC agent by John
Keel (see Footnote A] and others (see Footnote B and Footnote C).
[Footnote A] Discussed by John Keel in "UFO: 1947-1987" (1987)
(edited by Hilary Evans with John Spencer) at pages 40-43 of the
Fortean Tomes softcover edition (Chapter 2.2.2, entitled "The
Maury Island Incident").
[Footnote B] Discussed by Jim Keith in his "Casebook on the Men
in Black" (1997) at pages 47-48 (in Chapter 3) of the I-Net
softcover edition.
[Footnote C] Discussed by Richard M Dolan in his "UFOs and the
National Security State: Volume 1" (2000) at pages 72-79 (in
Chapter 2) of the Keyhole softcover edition, at pages 35-42 of
the 2002 revised Hampton Road softcover edition.

(21) Doty, Richard "Dick" (Infamous ex-AFOSI agent)
Richard Doty has admitted that as a Special Agent in the United
States Air Force Office of Special Investigations (AFOSI) he was
engaged in UFO disinformation projects, particularly regarding
Albuquerque defense electronic contractor Paul Bennewitz.
Various researchers, including Dr Richard Boylan (see entry on
Richard Boylan above) have revealed that Richard Doty was a
member of "the Aviary" (see Footnote A, Footnote B and Footnote
C). "The Aviary" has been described by author Jon King as "a kind
of latter-day Majestic-12 working group" (see Footnote D).
[Footnote A] See:
http://www.think-aboutit.com/ufo/aviary.htm
[Footnote B] See:
http://www.cassiopaea.org/cass/sorcerers.htm
[Footnote C] See:
http://tinyurl.com/2yhqg6
[Footnote D] Discussed by Jon King in his "Cosmic Top Secret"
(1998) at pages 72, 74 (in the chapter entitled "Document 03",
"File 08") of the NEL paperback edition.

(22) Drake, Frank (SETI scientist - see Footnote A) :
In 2001, Baktar revealed that Frank Drake is "a military
intelligence insider who knows a lot about ET-human contact. As
the first director of SETI, he knew its true purposes to monitor
secret satellites, monitor UFOs, and be a trusted institution
through which a faked announcement of ET contact could be made"
(see Footnote B).
[Footnote A] This individual is discussed in the Wikipedia entry
at:
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Frank_Drake
[Footnote B] See:
http://www.virtuallystrange.net/ufo/updates/2001/may/m24-033.shtml


(23) Easton, James (British debunker - suggested that Kenneth
Arnold's sighting was caused by pelicans):
Revealed by Jim Mortellaro to be an agent for the CIA, the NSA or
NASA (see Footnote A).
[Footnote A] See:
http://www.virtuallystrange.net/ufo/updates/1999/aug/m09-017.shtml

(24) Einstein, Albert (famous scientist) :
Revealed by Dr. Robert M Wood and Ryan S Wood to have been a
Government scientist linked to MJ-12. See spreadsheet at
Footnote A. Worked on reverse engineering alien spacecraft for
the MJ-12 secret Government committee.
[Footnote A] See:
http://209.132.68.98/pdf/government-scientists-mj12.pdf

(25) Fowler, Ray (author of several UFO books):
Revealed to have been in the military and intelligence services
(see Footnote A).
[Footnote A] See:
http://www.virtuallystrange.net/ufo/updates/1997/apr/m05-022.shtml

(26) Friedman, Stanton (possibly the most famous active UFO
researcher):
The first edition of Jacques Vallee's journals include a
reference to a rumour that the McDonnel-Douglas company "have a
secret team, employing a physicist named Stanton Friedman to
collect physical data in a hush-hush manner" (see Footnote A).
Stanton Friedman's name is mysteriously omitted from the relevant
sentence of the later softcover edition of the book, with no
indication of any redaction (see Footnote B). A document by
Stanton Friedman relating to the McDonnel-Douglas UFO project can
be found online at Footnote C (with further little known
documents relating to that project at Footnote D). Furthermore,
Bill Cooper (see entry above on Bill Cooper) has revealed that
Stanton Friedman is "CIA all the way" and that he saw Naval
Intelligence documents which give this researcher's name as an
active intelligence agency asset [see Footnote D]. Paul Kimball
(a Canadian film-maker) has written that "... Friedman is highly
suspect, and probably an agent of the government. " (see Footnote
E).
[Footnote A] Discussed by Jacques Vallee in his "Forbidden
Science: Journals 1957-1969." (1992) at page 304 (in Chapter 15,
journal entry for 1967.0802) of the North Atlantic Books hardback
edition.
[Footnote B] Omitted from the relevant entry in the 1996 Marlowe
paperback edition of "Forbidden Science: Journals 1957-1969" (on
page 307).
[Footnote C] See:
http://tinyurl.com/35ywut
[Footnote D] See:
http://www.checktheevidence.com/DouglasDocs/
[Footnote E] Discussed by William Cooper in his "Behold a Pale
Horse" (1991) at pages 224, 226, 228, 220 (in Chapter 12) of the
Light Technology softcover edition.
[Footnote F] See:
http://redstarfilms.blogspot.com/2007_01_01_archive.html


(27) Geller, Uri (famous "psychic"):
Uri Geller has admitted that he secretly worked by Mossad and the
CIA (see Footnote A).
[Footnote A] Discussed by John Strausbaugh in his article "Uri
Geller: Parlor Tricks or Psychic Spy?", New York Press, 27th
November 1996. Available online at:
http://www.uri-geller.com/nypr.htm

(28) Good, Timothy (author of "Above Top Secret" and numerous
other popular UFO books) :
[Redacted] (see Footnote A and Footnote B).
[Footnote A] - [Redacted].
[Footnote B] - [Redacted].

(29) Grace, John (UFO researcher) :
Worked with John Lear. Revealed by William Cooper (see entry
above on Bill Cooper) to have been "CIA all the way" [see
Footnote A].
[Footnote A] Discussed by William Cooper in his "Behold a Pale
Horse" (1991) at page 228 (in Chapter 12) of the Light Technology
softcover edition.


(30) Gray, Simon (Co-owner of the popular AboveTopSecret.com
discussion forum) :
Laura Knight Jadczyk has reported that "the ATS website is just
one more government-funded damage control operation" (see
Footnote A) and later confirmed that " abovetopsecret.com is just
a nest of vipers, hoaxers and probably a central node for
internet COINTELPRO funded by the Pentagon and backed by Dick
"Shoot First, Ask Questions Later" Cheney (see Footnote B).
Furthermore, the registered offices of ATS are owned by a British
Governmental entity (see Footnote C). During March 2007, one of
the three co-owners of ATS admitted under questioning that ATS
received support from the National Security Agency (see Footnote
D) including the services of 10 computer programmers (see
Footnote E), and that he met with NSA officials in Aruba (see
Footnote F). One of the co-owners of AboveTopSecret.com has
written that : "AboveTopSecret.com is a professional "COINTELPRO"
operation using secret black-operations funding to publish and
promote disinformation as part of the U.S. Government's agenda to
deflect and discredit conspiracy theorists" (see Footnote G).
[Footnote A] See:
http://tinyurl.com/2qyw9u
[Footnote B] See:
http://laura-knight-jadczyk.blogspot.com/2006_03_01_archive.html
[Footnote C] Abovetopsecret.com LLP, Company Number OC315616,
Registered office 1 Sackville Close Swindon, Wiltshire, SN3 3EJ .
English Land Registry Title Number WT114122.
[Footnote D] Approximately 21 minutes into the explicit interview
with Mr D Rabbit dated 12 March 2007 at the link below:
http://tinyurl.com/33u56l
[Footnote E] Approximately 47 minutes into the interview referred
to in Footnote D above.
[Footnote F] Approximately 26 minutes into the interview referred
to in Footnote D above.
[Footnote G] See:
http://www.abovetopsecret.com/forum/thread190720/pg1


(31) Green, Christopher "Kit" ( Chief, Biomedical Sciences
Department, General Motors, former head of the CIA's UFO files at
the "Weird Desk") :
Various researchers, including Dr Richard Boylan (see entry on
Richard Boylan above) have revealed that Hal Puthoff was a member
of "the Aviary", with the codename "Blue Jay" (see Footnote A,
Footnote B and Footnote C). "The Aviary" has been described by
author Jon King as "a kind of latter-day Majestic-12 working
group" (see Footnote D).
[Footnote A] See:
http://www.think-aboutit.com/ufo/aviary.htm
[Footnote B] See:
http://www.cassiopaea.org/cass/sorcerers.htm
[Footnote C] See:
http://tinyurl.com/2yhqg6
[Footnote D] Discussed by Jon King in his "Cosmic Top Secret"
(1998) at pages 72, 74 (in the chapter entitled "Document 03",
"File 08") of the NEL paperback edition.

(32) Greer, Steven (head of the Disclosure Project - see
Footnote A) :
Reported by Dr Richard Boylan (see Boylan, Richard above) during
2004 to be a disinformation agent [see Footnote B]. Laura
Knight-Jadczyk has written that there is evidence that Greer's
Disclosure Project is " just more and better COINTELPRO" (see
Footnote C). During 2002, Jan Aldrich (of Project 1947) commented
in relation to Project Disclosure that " _If_ the goal were to
discredit the field of Ufofoly, then, you would want the good
with the bad so that the bad taints everyone! Who are the real
disinformation agents?" [see Footnote D]. Also subtly implied
by Paul Kimball in various articles.
[Footnote A] See:
http://www.disclosureproject.org/
[Footnote B] See:
http://www.csicop.org/si/2004-07/psychic-vibrations.html
[Footnote C] See the extract from Laura Knight-Jadczyk's "Ancient
Science" at:
http://www.bibliotecapleyades.net/ascension/esp_ascension_6a.htm
[Footnote D] See:
http://www.virtuallystrange.net/ufo/updates/2002/sep/m13-009.shtml

(33) Groff, Terry (UFO researcher) -
revealed by Greg Wight (partner of Nicholette Pavlevsky, a
channeller).See article at Footnote A.
[Footnote A] See:
 http://scoopjupiter.blogspot.com/2005/05/nicholette-pavlevsky-greg-wright-and.html

(34) Hall, Richard (ufo researcher - see Footnote A) :
A CIA memorandum indicates that Richard Hall gave NICAP material
"on loan" to the CIA, that he gave the CIA various items of
information and that a "security clearance" had been requested
for him (see Footnote B). See also Footnote C.
[Footnote A] This individual has a web presence online at:
http://www.hallrichard.com/ufo.htm
[Footnote B] Relevant CIA memorandum included in Richard Hall's
"Uninvited Guests" at pages 351-358 of the Aurora Press softcover
edition.
[Footnote C] See:
http://www.virtuallystrange.net/ufo/updates/2003/apr/m10-005.shtml

(35) Hamilton, Bill (ufo investigator) :
Admitted during late April 2003 that he is an "NSA insider" (i.e.
an National Security Agency insider) - see Footnote A.
[Footnote A] See:
http://www.virtuallystrange.net/ufo/updates/2003/apr/m29-011.shtml

(36) Hansen, George P:
[Redacted] (see Footnote A)
[Footnote A] - [Redacted].

(37) Hillenkoetter, Roscoe H (Admiral, member of the board of
directors of NICAP) :
The CIA's director from 1947-1950 [See Footnote A, Footnote B and
Footnote C].
[Footnote A] Discussed by Jacques Vallee in his "Dimensions"
(1988) at page 248 (in Part 3, Chapter 8) of the Souvenir Press
hardback edition.
[Footnote B] Discussed by Terry Hansen in his "The Missing Times
: News Media Complicity in the UFO Cover-Up" (2000) at pages
180-181 (in Chapter 5) of the Xlibris softcover edition.

(38) Hoagland, Richard (researcher and author):
[Redacted]
[Footnote A] - [Redacted]

(39) Hopkins, Budd (alien abductions researcher) :
Bill Cooper (see entry above on Bill Cooper) has reported that
this researcher is "a CIA agent", and printed material in support
of that report [see Footnote A and Footnote B].
[Footnote A] Discussed by William Cooper in his "Behold a Pale
Horse" (1991) at pages 229-230 (in Chapter 12) pages 490-500 (in
Appendix G) of the Light Technology softcover edition.
[Footnote B] See Bill Cooper's article "Majesty Twelve",
available on various websites included at the link below:
http://www.hourofthetime.com/majestyt.htm

(40) Howe, Linda Moulton (researcher and TV producer):
[Redacted] (see Footnote A).
[Footnote A] - [Redacted].


(41) Hynek, Allen J (UFO researcher) :
Revealed by Dr. Robert M Wood and Ryan S Wood to have been a
Government scientist linked to MJ-12. See spreadsheet at
Footnote A. Confirmed by Gary Alevy [see Footnote B, Footnote
C]. Furthermore, Bill Cooper (see entry above on Bill Cooper)
has reported seeing Naval Intelligence documents which give this
researcher's name as a CIA agent [see Footnote D]. See also the
evidence for adopting a "stance of wariness regarding J Allen
Hynek" presented by Richard Dolan [see Footnote E].
[Footnote A] See:
http://209.132.68.98/pdf/government-scientists-mj12.pdf
[Footnote B] See:
http://www.virtuallystrange.net/ufo/updates/1999/jan/m18-008.shtml
[Footnote C] See:
http://www.virtuallystrange.net/ufo/updates/1999/feb/m03-002.shtml
[Footnote D] Discussed by William Cooper in his "Behold a Pale
Horse" (1991) at page 228 (in Chapter 12) of the Light Technology
softcover edition.
[Footnote E] Discussed by Richard M Dolan in his "UFOs and the
National Security State: Volume 1" (2000) at pages 307-308 (in
Chapter 6) of the Keyhole softcover edition, at pages 221-224 of
the 2002 revised Hampton Road softcover edition.


(42) Icke, David (conspiracy theorist) :
Reported by Coral Snake to probably be "nothing but another paid
stooge of the N W O/Jesuit/Roman axis and Jesuit 'short robe'
whose purpose is to pose as an anti N W O "leader" . in order to
demonize as "kooks" the truly legitimate anti N W O movements ."
(see Footnote A).
[Footnote A] See the section entitled "Bite 3" on the following
webpage:
http://www.libertysflame.com/cgi-bin/readart.cgi?ArtNum=3276

(43) Irving, Rob (co-author of crop-circle
debunking book, "The Field Guide: The art, history and philosophy
of crop circle making") :
Rob Irving's colleague Jim Schnabel (see entry below on Jim
Schnabel) has admitted that Irving was "one of our best people"
in a conspiracy involving "this country, and the United States...
the Vatican as well" (see Footnote A). When challenged by Henry
Azadehdel (see entry above on Henry Azadehdel) as to whether he
worked for an intelligence agency, Irving admitted he was
intelligent (see Footnote A).
[Footnote A] See:
http://wiretap.area.com/ftp.items/Library/Fringe/Ufo/cropcir.ufo
[Footnote B] Discussed by Jim Schnabel in his "Round in Circles"
(1993) at pages 290-291 (in the Epilogue) of the Hamish Hamilton
hardback edition.

(44)  Irvine, William (Co-owner of the popular
AboveTopSecret.com discussion forum, uses the codename "Skeptic
Overlord) :
Laura Knight Jadczyk has reported that "the ATS website is just
one more government-funded damage control operation" (see
Footnote A) and later confirmed that " abovetopsecret.com is just
a nest of vipers, hoaxers and probably a central node for
internet COINTELPRO funded by the Pentagon and backed by Dick
"Shoot First, Ask Questions Later" Cheney (see Footnote B).
Furthermore, the registered offices of ATS are owned by a British
Governmental entity (see Footnote C). During March 2007, one of
the three co-owners of ATS admitted under questioning that ATS
received support from the National Security Agency (see Footnote
D) including the services of 10 computer programmers (see
Footnote E), and that he met with NSA officials in Aruba (see
Footnote F). One of the co-owners of AboveTopSecret.com has
written that : "AboveTopSecret.com is a professional "COINTELPRO"
operation using secret black-operations funding to publish and
promote disinformation as part of the U.S. Government's agenda to
deflect and discredit conspiracy theorists" (see Footnote G).
[Footnote A] See:
http://tinyurl.com/2qyw9u
[Footnote B] See:
http://laura-knight-jadczyk.blogspot.com/2006_03_01_archive.html
[Footnote C] Abovetopsecret.com LLP, Company Number OC315616,
Registered office 1 Sackville Close Swindon, Wiltshire, SN3 3EJ .
English Land Registry Title Number WT114122.
[Footnote D] Approximately 21 minutes into the explicit interview
with Mr D Rabbit dated 12 March 2007 at the link below:
http://tinyurl.com/33u56l
[Footnote E] Approximately 47 minutes into the interview referred
to in Footnote D above.
[Footnote F] Approximately 26 minutes into the interview referred
to in Footnote D above.
[Footnote G] See:
http://www.abovetopsecret.com/forum/thread190720/pg1

(45) Jeffrey, Kent (organised collection of signature's for the
Roswell Declaration petition) :
[Redacted] (see Footnote A).
[Footnote A] - [Redacted]

(46) Keel, John (author of several popular books on UFOs,
including the Mothman Prophecies) :
Bill Cooper (see entry above on Bill Cooper) has reported seeing
Naval Intelligence documents which give this researcher's name as
an active intelligence agency asset [Footnote A].
[Footnote A] : Discussed by William Cooper in his "Behold a Pale
Horse" (1991) at page 228 (in Chapter 12) of the Light Technology
softcover edition.

(47) Keyhoe, Don (author of several early, and very
influential books on UFOs which promoted the Extraterrestrial
Hypothesis) :
Jim Keith has revealed that Major Keyhoe possibly "functioned as
a UFO disinformation agent for the government".
[Footnote A] Discussed by Jim Keith in his "Casebook on the Men
in Black" (1997) at page 107 (in Chapter 8) of the I-Net
softcover edition.


(48) Kimball, Paul (ufologist, film-maker and UFO blogger) :
Paul Kimball's comments about various individuals (particularly
Steven Greer and Billy Meier) resulted in questions being asked.
Mr Kimball has confessed that he is a "secret agent", with the
rank of Colonel in SOPS.
[Footnote A] See:
http://tinyurl.com/28lk2f

(49) Klass, Philip (debunker) :
Bill Cooper (see entry above on Bill Cooper) revealed seeing
documents demonstrating that Klass was a CIA agent: "Philip Klass
is an agent of the CIA. This was stated in the documents I saw
between 1970 and 1973. One of his jobs as an aviation expert was
to debunk everything to do with UFOs..." [Footnote A]. Klass was
reported by Travis Walton to have been behind a "massive,
multifronted campaign of calculated disinformation" over a span
of decades (see Footnote B). Also suggested by Don Berliner (see
Footnote C). Terry Hansen has written that Klass had "many of
the qualifications one would expect in a deep-cover propagandist.
He has a history of working for the secretive military-industrial
complex, a demonstrated aptitude for duplicity, a District of
Columbia address, remarkable mass-media savvy and success, an
evident belief in the necessity of government secrecy and, of
course, a convenient cover as a journalist with Aviation Week"
(see Footnote D).
[Footnote A] : William Cooper in his book "Behold a Pale Horse"
(1991) at pages 226 and 228 (in Chapter 12) of the Light
Technology softcover edition
[Footnote B] : Walton, Travis in his "Fire In The Sky : The
Walton Experience" (1997) at pages 141 (in Chapter 10), 272-274,
277, 279-280 (in Chapter 16), 285-292, 295-302, 343-344, 358-359,
370 (in the Appendix) of the Marlowe & Co softcover edition.
[Footnote C] : See:
http://www.virtuallystrange.net/ufo/updates/2001/dec/m18-001.shtml
[Footnote D] Discussed by Terry Hansen in his "The Missing Times
: News Media Complicity in the UFO Cover-Up" (2000) at pages
180-181 (in Chapter 5) of the Xlibris softcover edition.


(50) Knapp, George (researcher and journalist) :
In 2001, Baktar revealed that George Knapp "works for an Area 51
disinformation intelligence collection group, putting out what
information they tell him to" (see Footnote A).
[Footnote B]
http://www.virtuallystrange.net/ufo/updates/2001/may/m24-033.shtml

(51) Koi, Isaac (British researcher) :
[Redacted] (see Footnote A, Footnote B and Footnote C).
[Footnote A] - [Redacted].
[Footnote B] - [Redacted].
[Footnote C] - [Redacted].

(52) Korff, Kal (author of books on Roswell and Billy Meier,
webmaster of www.kalkorff.com ) :
In his book about Billy Meier, Korff denied that he worked for
the CIA and claimed that he was "a UFO researcher pure and
simple". He repeated these denials in his later book about
Roswell, in which Korff firmly and expressly stated that "For the
last time (since I have no intention of dignifying such an absurd
allegation in my future written works), I am not a CIA operative
or any sort of 'disinformation expert' or agent", and added that
"those who claim 'Kal's with the government' are ignorant of the
facts (to put it politely)" (see Footnote B). However, he later
confessed that he is a Captain in, and "poster child" for the
SSS, founded in Israeli in or around the time of the Second World
War. He has admitted that he has been on missions with Czech
agent and supermodel, Martina Tycova (Footnote C). He also states
on his website that he founded Syberdine Systems in 1981-1983.
Investigations indicate that Syberdine Systems is a military
hardware company responsible for developing the Terminator T-100
and Terminator T-1000 (see Footnote D). Kal Korff has
repeatedly stated that his forthcoming "TV" series "Secret Wars"
is a "reality based" series. The series will therefore join the
ranks of series such as "The Anna Nicole Show" and "Jackass" (see
Footnote E). Mr Korff has referred to "news media stories about
a kid in school designing a nuclear weapon as a science project"
referred to as the
"The A-Bomb kid" and said "THAT WAS ME" (see Footnote F). Records
have been altered, and copies of books replaced, to refer to the
"A-Bomb Kid" as one "John Aristotle Phillips" - possibly to
conceal Mr Korff's technical brilliance [see Footnote G]. Out of
fairness to Mr Korff, the League notes that his interest in
soccer may provide a means of reconciling his statements that the
is not "any sort of . agent" and his statements that he is a
Captain in the SSS - perhaps the reference to "Captain" is not a
quasi-military rank but indicates that he is the Captain of the
SSS soccer team. This leaves unanswered the role that Mr Korff
played when he went on missions with Czech agent and supermodel
Martina Tycova, but we note that Mr Korff has stated that he
cooks for others within the Czech Republic.
[Footnote A] Discussed by Kal Korff in his "Spaceships of the
Pleiades : The Billy Meier Story" (1995) at pages 408-409 (in
Chapter 11) of the Prometheus hardback edition.
[Footnote B] Discussed by Kal Korff in his "The Roswell UFO
Crash" (1997) at pages 225-227 (in Chapter 6) of the Dell
paperback edition.
[Footnote C] X-zone radio interview, 22 March 2007
[Footnote D] See:
http://tinyurl.com/2mowkw
[Footnote E] See:
http://tinyurl.com/28w3nw
[Footnote F] Project 1947 List, 6 January 1999
[Footnote G] See:
http://tinyurl.com/35hwud

(53) LaPaz, Lincoln (scientist):
Involved in "green meteor" investigations. Revealed by Dr. Robert
M Wood and Ryan S Wood to have been a Government scientist linked
to MJ-12 (see Footnote A).
[Footnote A] See:
http://209.132.68.98/pdf/government-scientists-mj12.pdf

(54) Lazar, Bob (Area 51 Worker):
Revealed by William Cooper (see entry above on Bill Cooper) to
have been "CIA all the way" [see Footnote A].
[Footnote A] : Discussed by William Cooper in his "Behold a Pale
Horse" (1991) at page 228 (in Chapter 12) of the Light Technology
softcover edition.

(55) Lear, John (pilot and researcher):
Bill Cooper (see entry above on Bill Cooper) has reported seeing
Naval Intelligence documents which give this researcher's name as
an active intelligence agency asset [see Footnote A and Footnote
B]. He has also stated that John Lear is the agent dubbed
"Condor" on the TV production of "UFO Cover-Up Live" and "is in
reality a government agent . CIA all the way" [see Footnote C].
For further information on links between Lear and members of the
intelligence community, see also Footnote D. See also comments by
Jacques Vallee (see Footnote E).
[Footnote A] Discussed by William Cooper in his "Behold a Pale
Horse" (1991) at page 228 (in Chapter 12) of the Light Technology
softcover edition.
[Footnote B] See Bill Cooper's article "Majesty Twelve",
available on various websites included at the link below:
http://www.hourofthetime.com/majestyt.htm
[Footnote C] : Discussed by William Cooper in his "Behold a Pale
Horse" (1991) at pages 227-228 (in Chapter 12) of the Light
Technology softcover edition.
[Footnote D] : Discussed by Jim Keith in his "Casebook on
Alternative 3" (1994) at pages 122-123 (in Chapter 17) of the
I-Net softcover edition.
[Footnote E] : Discussed by Jacques Vallee in his "Revelations"
(1991) at pages 55, 58, 61, 62, 80-81 (in Chapter 3), 181, 185
(in Chapter 6) of the Ballantine Books paperback edition.

(56) Lieder, Nancy (author) :
Exposed by Mark Hazlewood (see Footnote A).
[Footnote A] See:
http://www.zetatalk.com/index/hazelwo5.htm

(57) Maccabee, Bruce (researcher) :
William Cooper has reported seeing Naval Intelligence documents
naming Bruce Maccabee as an agent of the Office of Naval
Intelligence (see Footnote A). Various researchers, including Dr
Richard Boylan (see entry on Richard Boylan above) have revealed
that Bruce Maccabee was a member of "the Aviary", with the
codename "Sea Gull" (see Footnote B, Footnote C and Footnote D).
"The Aviary" has been described by author Jon King as "a kind of
latter-day Majestic-12 working group" (see Footnote E). The
"aviary" has been described by author Jon King as "a kind of
latter-day Majestic-12 working group" (see Footnote F).
Maccabee's "secret relationship with the CIA" has also been
reported by the Associated Investigators Group in an article
entitled "The Fund for CIA Research?" (see Footnote G). The
report by the "Associated Investigators Group" has been said by
Jim Moseley (see entry on Jim Moseley below) to have been written
by Todd Zechel (see entry on Todd Zechel below) - see Footnote F.
[Footnote A] Discussed by William Cooper in his "Behold a Pale
Horse" (1991) at page 228 (in Chapter 12) of the Light Technology
softcover edition.
[Footnote B] See:
http://www.think-aboutit.com/ufo/aviary.htm
[Footnote C] See:
http://www.cassiopaea.org/cass/sorcerers.htm
[Footnote D] See:
http://tinyurl.com/2yhqg6
[Footnote E] Discussed by Jon King in his "Cosmic Top Secret"
(1998) at pages 72, 74 (in the chapter entitled "Document 03",
"File 08") of the NEL paperback edition.
[Footnote F] Discussed by James Moseley and Karl Pflock in their
"Shockingly Close to the Truth!" (2002) at page 246 (in Chapter
11) of the Prometheus hardback edition.
[Footnote G] See:
http://www.mindcontrolforums.com/hambone/cia.research.html


(58) Matthews, Tim (British researcher,
author of "UFO Revelation") :
Reported by several researchers to have been a government
disinformation agent (see Footnote A and Footnote B). See also
the comments of Max Burns in relation to Tim Matthews in his
article (see Footnote C).
[Footnote A] Discussed by Larry O'Hara and Steve Booth in their
pamphlet "At War With The Universe" generally.
[Footnote B] Summary of relevant evidence available online at:
http://www.virtuallystrange.net/ufo/updates/1999/feb/m15-019.shtml
[Footnote C] Discussed by Max Burns in his article entitled "The
Usual Suspects : Anatomy of a Disinformation Campaign in
Ufology"in "Notes from the Borderland" Issue 5, Winter 2003/2004
at pages 21-31 (particularly pages 30-31). Available online at:
http://tinyurl.com/2fsmo9

(59) Meaden, Terence (scientist):
[Redacted] (see Footnote A).
[Footnote A] - [Redacted].

(60) Menzel, Donald (author of several books debunking UFOs) :
Revealed by formerly Top Secret Majic documents to have been a
member of the infamous MJ-12 group controlling information about
the truth about the crash at Roswell [see Footnote A].
Furthermore, Stan Friedman (see entry entitled "Friedman, Stan"
above) has published material revealing Menzel's links with
intelligence services in considerable detail [see Footnote B].
Richard Dolan has also discussed Menzel's "long standing
association with the National Security Agency" and revealed that
"through the entire 1950s, Menzel was still a serving
intelligence officer" [see Footnote C].
[Footnote A] Available online at:
http://www.majesticdocuments.com/
[Footnote B] : Discussed by Stanton T Friedman in his "Top
Secret - MAJIC" (1997) at pages 24-25 (in Chapter 1), 26-40
(Chapter 2 generally), 67 (in Chapter 4), 233-234 (in Appendix C)
of the Michael O' Mara hardback edition.
[Footnote C] Discussed by Richard M Dolan in his "UFOs and the
National Security State: Volume 1" (2000) at pages 307-308 (in
Chapter 6) of the Keyhole softcover edition, at pages 221-224 of
the 2002 revised Hampton Road softcover edition.


(61) Moore, William/Bill (infamous UFO researcher, co-author of
"The Roswell Incident" with Charles Berlitz - See Footnote A) :
Bill Moore confessed during the 1989 MUFON symposium in Las Vegas
that he had worked with intelligence agents and played the
"disinformation game" (see Footnote A and Footnote B). This
episode is at the core of the book "Project Beta" by Greg Bishop
(see Footnote C). Bill Cooper (see entry above on Bill Cooper)
has reported seeing Naval Intelligence documents which give this
researcher's name as an active intelligence agency asset. Cooper
has also referred to findings that Moore received money for
research from at least two CIA front companies (see Footnote D).
See also Footnote E.
[Footnote A] The wikipedia entry at the link below discusses this
individual in the final section:
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Paul_Bennewitz
[Footnote B] Discussed by Jerome Clark in his "The UFO
Encyclopedia: The Phenomenon from the Beginning - 2nd edition"
(1998) at pages 304-305, 315-316 (forming part of an entry
entitled "Dark Side" at pages 301-319) of Volume 1:A-K of the
Omnigraphics hardback edition.
[Footnote C] Discussed by Greg Bishop in his "Project BETA : The
Story of Paul Bennewitz, National Security, and the Creation of a
Modern UFO Myth" (2005) at pages 49-54 (in Chapter 8), 58-66 (in
Chapter 9), 67-73 (in Chapter 10), 118-132 (in Chapter 16),
209-210 (in Chapter 24), 219-225 (in Chapter 26), 231 (in the
Epilogue) of the Paraview Pocket Books softcover edition.
[Footnote D] Discussed by William Cooper in his "Behold a Pale
Horse" (1991) at page 228 (in Chapter 12) of the Light Technology
softcover edition.
[Footnote E] Discussed by Jim Keith in his "Casebook on
Alternative 3" (1994) at pages 123-124 (in Chapter 17) of the
I-Net softcover edition.

(62) Moseley, Jim (author of the "Saucer Smear" ufological
gossip magazine) :
Bill Cooper (see entry above on Bill Cooper) has reported seeing
Naval Intelligence documents which give this researcher's name as
a CIA agent (see Footnote
A).
[Footnote A] Discussed by William Cooper in his "Behold a Pale
Horse" (1991) at page 228 (in Chapter 12) of the Light Technology
softcover edition.

(63) Myers, Royce (operates the ufowatchdog.com website):
Revealed by Don Ware of the International UFO Congress (IUFOC) as
a disinformation agent (see Footnote A). In response to the
revelation by Jason Darensburg of "disinformation work" by Myers,
Royce Myers has admitted that he receives "secret government
funding" (see Footnote B). Baktar revealed in 2001 that Myers is
"connected with a low-level government power-elite collaborative
circle" (see Footnote C). Myers has also attempted to recruit
other ufologists, by offering to get Government funding for their
disinformation (see Footnote D).
[Footnote A] See:
http://ufowatchdog.com/ware.html
[Footnote B] See:
http://ufowatchdog.com/rantsraves.html
[Footnote C] See:
http://www.virtuallystrange.net/ufo/updates/2001/may/m24-033.shtml
[Footnote D] See:
http://www.virtuallystrange.net/ufo/updates/2001/may/m24-048.shtml

(64) Nixon, G Stuart (former assistant to NICAP's president) :
Revealed by Todd Zechel (see Zechel, Todd below) to have been a
CIA agent that infiltrated NICAP (see Footnote A). Gordon Lore
considered this likely (see Footnote B).
[Footnote A] Discussed by Jim Keith in his "Casebook on
Alternative 3" (1994) at page 121 (in Chapter 17) of the I-Net
softcover edition.
[Footntoe B] Discussed by Ann Druffel in her "Firestorm : Dr
James E McDonald's Fight for UFO Science" (2003) at pages 472-473
(in Chapter 17) of the Wild Flower Press softcover edition.

(65) Oppenheimer, Robert (scientist):
Revealed by Dr. Robert M Wood and Ryan S Wood to have been a
Government scientist linked to MJ-12. See spreadsheet at
Footnote A.
[Footnote A] See:
http://209.132.68.98/pdf/government-scientists-mj12.pdf

(66) Pflock, Karl (author of a debunking book on Roswell) :
Revealed to have been a former CIA briefing officer that
infiltrated NICAP, chairing NICAP's Washington DC subcommittee in
the 1960s [see Footnote A, Footnote B, Footnote C and Footnote
D]. Revealed by Stanton Friedman (see Friedman, Stanton above) to
have been a "disinformation agent" [See Footnote E]. See also
discussion of Karl Pflock in Footnote F.
[Footnote A]: Discussed by Richard M Dolan in his "UFOs and the
National Security State: Volume 1" (2000) at pages 270-274 (in
Chapter 6) of the Keyhole softcover edition, at pages 190-194 (in
Chapter 6) of the 2002 revised Hampton Road softcover edition.
[Footnote B]: Discussed by Ann Druffel in her "Firestorm : Dr
James E McDonald's Fight for UFO Science" (2003) at pages 471-472
(in Chapter 17) of the Wild Flower Press softcover edition.
[Footnote C]: Discussed by Jim Keith in his "Casebook on
Alternative 3" (1994) at page 121 (in Chapter 17) of the I-Net
softcover edition.
[Footnote D] Discussed by Terry Hansen in his "The Missing Times
: News Media Complicity in the UFO Cover-Up" (2000) at pages
180-181 (in Chapter 5) of the Xlibris softcover edition.
[Footnote E] See:
http://www.csicop.org/klassfiles/SUN-43.html
[Footnote F] Discussed by Daniel Kagan and Daniled Summers Ian in
their "Mute Evidence" (1984) at pages 350, 362-363, 368-371 (in
Section 3, Chapter 5) of the Bantam paperback edition.


(67) Plait, Phil (author of "Bad
Astronomy" - see Footnote A) :
Exposed as a NASA disinformation agent and "gov-paid-con-artist"
by James McCanney (see Footnote B and Footnote C). Corroborated
by Mark Hazlewood (see Footnote D).
[Footnote A] This individual has a web presence online at:
http://tinyurl.com/3ypsud
[Footnote B] See:
http://www.bautforum.com/showthread.php?t=3909
[Footnote C] See:
http://www.jmccanneyscience.com/WeeklyRadioShowArchivesSubPage.HTM
[Footnote D] See:
http://www.badastronomy.com/bad/misc/planetx/hazlewood.html#jaccuse


(68) Pope, Nick (author of several UFO books and entertaining
science fiction novels):
Has confessed that he used to work for the British Government's
Ministry of Defence on a UFO project (see Footnote A). In fact,
several sources reveal that Nick Pope had actually held the post
of Defence Minister of the United Kingdom (see Footnote B and
Footnote C) and/or is a former chief of the Ministry of Defence
(see Footnote D). Furthermore, a former employee of the United
Kingdom's MOD has written that Nick Pope had been " manoeuvred .
[into] the position of UFO desk officer" by "the Enterprise" (a
powerful underground group) - see Footnote E. The Wikipedia entry
for this individual (see Footnote F) states that Nick Pope is
"good friends" with Andy Roberts (see entry on Andy Roberts
below), Timothy Good (see entry on Timothy Good above) and Nick
Redfern (see entry below on Nick Redfern)
[Footnote A] This individual has a web presence online at:
http://www.nickpope.net/
[Footnote B] See:
http://tinyurl.com/2o23x5
[Footnote C] See:
http://www.explodingcigar.com/article2045.html
[Footnote D] See:
http://tinyurl.com/3bfxdq
[Footnote E] Discussed by Nick Pope in his "Operation Lightning
Strike" (2000) at pages 50-51 of the Simon & Schuster softcover
edition.
[Footnote F] This individual is discussed in the Wikipedia entry
at:
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nick_Pope

(69) Puharich, Andrija (claimed contact with "the Nine",
extraterrestrials with the highest minds in the universe - also
worked with Uri Geller):
Revealed by Ira Einhorn to have worked for the CIA [see Footnote
A].
[Footnote A]
http://www.mindcontrolforums.com/hambone/people1.html


(70) Puthoff, Hal (American physicist - see Footnote A) :
Various researchers have revealed that Hal Puthoff was a member
of "the Aviary", with the codename "Owl" (see Footnote B,
Footnote C and Footnote D). "The Aviary" has been described by
author Jon King as "a kind of latter-day Majestic-12 working
group" (see Footnote E).
[Footnote A] This individual is discussed in the Wikipedia entry
at:
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Harold_E._Puthoff
[Footnote B] See:
http://www.think-aboutit.com/ufo/aviary.htm
[Footnote C] See:
http://www.cassiopaea.org/cass/sorcerers.htm
[Footnote D] See:
http://tinyurl.com/2yhqg6
[Footnote E] Discussed by Jon King in his "Cosmic Top Secret"
(1998) at pages 72, 74 (in the chapter entitled "Document 03",
"File 08") of the NEL paperback edition.

(71) Randle, Kevin (researcher) :
Revealed by Whitley Strieber (see entry on Whitley Strieber
below) during September 1999 to be "either a military
disinformation agent or a professional liar" (see Footnote A).
Baktar revealed in 2001 that Kevin Randle is "a puppet of the
military, who have planted thoughts in his mind that help them
control him" (see Footnote B). Walt Andrus (see entry on Walt
Andrus above) suggested that Kevin Randle had been "influenced"
by the US Air Force. Bill Moore (see entry on Bill Moore above)
suggested that Kevin Randle was, like Moore himself, a source
used by the Government to gather information on APRO. One
publication reported that Kevin Randle had worked with Hector
Quintanilla on an alien craft recovery team (see Footnote C).
Stanton Friedman (see entry on Stanton Friedman above) and Don
Schmitt (co-author with Kevin Randle of the book "UFO Crash at
Roswell") have also suggested Kevin Randle is a government agent
(see Footnote D). During 1996, Kevin Randle admitted that he was
"an agent of disinformation" and boasted about the size of his
cheques (see Footnote E).
[Footnote A] See:
http://www.martiansgohome.com/smear/v46/ss991105.htm
[Footnote B] See:
http://www.virtuallystrange.net/ufo/updates/2001/may/m24-033.shtml
[Footnote C] See:
http://www.virtuallystrange.net/ufo/updates/2001/jun/m22-004.shtml
[Footnote D] See:
http://www.virtuallystrange.net/ufo/updates/2005/oct/m01-007.shtml
 [Footnote E] See:
http://www.virtuallystrange.net/ufo/updates/1996/dec/m14-050.shtml


(72) Redfern, Nick - Michael Salla (Chief
Editor, "Exopolitics Journal") has revealed that Redfern is
"ingenuously promoting disinformation". See page 97 of Volume 1:1
(October 2005) of the Exopolitics Journal (see Footnote A).
Nicholette Pavlevsky, a channeller, had this information
confirmed during 2005 by an extraterrestrial named "Baktar", who
revealed that "Nick Redfern is an operative whose job it is to
spread disinformation about government secrecy" (see Footnote B).
This confirmed information revealed by Baktar in 2001 that Nick
Redfern is "a disinformer" (see Footnote C).
[Footnote A] See:
http://www.exopoliticsinstitute.org/Journal-vol-1-1-Rev-Redfern.doc
[Footnote B] See article by Terry Groff at
http://scoopjupiter.blogspot.com/2005/05/nicholette-pavlevsky-greg-wright-and.html
[Footnote C] See:
http://www.virtuallystrange.net/ufo/updates/2001/may/m24-033.shtml

(73) Ritzmann, Jeff (researcher and
photographic analyst) :
[Redacted] (see Footnote A).
[Footnote A] - [Redacted].

(74) Roberts, Andy (British researcher) :
Revealed by Max Burns to have been, along with colleague Dr Dave
Clarke, to have been "serial planters of disinformation" (see
Footnote A). Nick Redfern (see entry on Nick Redfern above) has
confirmed that Andy Roberts is a disinformation agent (see
Footnote B). Andy Roberts confirmed during February 1999 that he
and a colleague (Dr Dave Clarke) are "in the pay of MI5 and the
Security Services" (see Footnote C). They may also have links
to an element of the British Police Force called Special Branch,
since their book "Flying Saucerers" (2007) includes material
purportedly based on documents supplied by that organisation (see
Footnote D).
[Footnote A] Discussed by Max Burns in his article entitled "The
Usual Suspects : Anatomy of a Disinformation Campaign in Ufology"
in "Notes from the Borderland" Issue 5, Winter 2003/2004 at pages
21-31 (particularly pages 30-31). Available online at:
http://tinyurl.com/2fsmo9
[Footnote B] See:
http://www.magonia.demon.co.uk/arc/00/ms13.html
[Footnote C] See:
http://www.virtuallystrange.net/ufo/updates/1999/feb/m16-002.shtml
[Footnote D] : See the book "Flying Saucerers" (2007) by David
Clarke and Andy Roberts generally.

(75) Rochefort, Count Nicholas de (vice-chairman of NICAP in
1956) :
A member of the CIA 's Psychological Warfare Staff, revealed to
have infiltrated NICAP as its first vice-chairman [see Footnote
A, Footnote B, Footnote C, Footnote D and Footnote E].
[Footnote A] Discussed by Timothy Good in his "Above Top Secret"
(1987) at page 344 (in Chapter 14) of the Sidgwick & Jackson
hardback edition (with the same page numbering in the Guild
Publishing hardback edition and the Grafton paperback edition).
[Footnote B] Discussed by Timothy Good in his "Beyond Top Secret"
(1996) at pages 415 (in Chapter 16) of the Sidgwick & Jackson
hardback edition (with the same page numbering in the Pan
paperback edition).
[Footnote C] Discussed by Jim Keith in his "Casebook on
Alternative 3" (1994) at page 121 (in Chapter 17) of the I-Net
softcover edition.
[Footnote D] Discussed by Richard M Dolan in his "UFOs and the
National Security State: Volume 1" (2000) at pages 270-274 (in
Chapter 6) of the Keyhole softcover edition, at pages 190-194 (in
Chapter 6) of the 2002 revised Hampton Road softcover edition.
[Footnote E] Discussed by Ann Druffel in her "Firestorm : Dr
James E McDonald's Fight for UFO Science" (2003) at page 470 (in
Chapter 17) of the Wild Flower Press softcover edition.

(76) Ruppelt, Captain Edward (head of
Project Bluebook) :
Three years after writing his influential and popular book "The
Report on Unidentified Flying Objects", Ruppelt added three
chapters which concluded that UFOs are simply a "space age myth".
Various researchers have reported that Ruppelt was acting under
government coercion/pressure, possibly linked to his employment
by Northrop - a major defense contractor. See Footnote A and
Footnote B.
[Footnote A] Discussed by Richard Dolan in his "UFOs and the
National Security State: Volume 1" (2000) at pages 298-299,
318-321 (in Chapter 6) of the Keyhole softcover edition, at pages
234-237 of the 2002 revised Hampton Road softcover edition.
[Footnote B] : Discussed by Donald E Keyhoe in his "Flying
Saucers: Top Secret" (1960) at pages 258-261 (in Chapter 19) of
the G P Putnam hardback edition.

(77) Sagan, Carl (famous scientist involved in the UFO debate) :
Revealed by Dr. Robert M Wood and Ryan S Wood to have been a
Government scientist linked to MJ-12. See spreadsheet at
Footnote A. Sagan's name appears in a November 1998 Top Secret
message that concerns the SDI "Star Wars" program, Majestic 12,
Dreamland, Joshua, Edward Teller, assassination programs, and
liaison with the Russians on MJ-related operations [see Footnote
B]. In 2001, Baktar revealed that Sagan's novel "Contact" was "a
controlled information leak by good guys within the power elite"
[See Footnote C].
[Footnote A] See:
http://209.132.68.98/pdf/government-scientists-mj12.pdf
[Footnote B] See:
http://www.majesticdocuments.com/personnel/sagan.php
[Footnote C] See:
http://www.virtuallystrange.net/ufo/updates/2001/may/m24-033.shtml



(78) Salla, Michael (Xenopolitician) :
Revealed by Dr Steven Greer during 2006 in his article entitled
"Exopolitics or Xenopolitics?" as possibly part of " a concerted
effort to dis-inform the public and create the false impression
of a threat from space, so that eventually a multi-trillion
dollar build-up of weapons in space will be accepted by the
masses" (see Footnote A).
[Footnote A] See:
http://www.disclosureproject.org/exopoliticsorxenopolitics.htm

(79) Schnabel, Jim (author of the crop circle debunking book
"Round in Circles):
When challenged by Henry Azadehdel (see entry above on Henry
Azadehdel), Schnabel admitted that he and Rob Irving (see entry
above on Rob Irving) were involving " this country, and the
United States... the Vatican as well" and that "we are not just
feeding information, we are taking active measures" (see Footnote
A).
[Footnote A] See:
http://wiretap.area.com/ftp.items/Library/Fringe/Ufo/cropcir.ufo
[Footnote B] Discussed by Jim Schnabel in his "Round in Circles"
(1993) at pages 290-291 (in the Epilogue) of the Hamish Hamilton
hardback edition.

(80) Schuessler, John (researcher) :
Baktar revealed in 2001 that John Schuessler is "enough in the
power elite inner circle to be used by them but not enough in the
circle to know much inside information or to know that he is
being used." (see Footnote A).
[Footnote A] See:
http://www.virtuallystrange.net/ufo/updates/2001/may/m24-033.shtml

(81) Shandera, Jaime (researcher) :
Revealed by William Cooper (see entry above on Bill Cooper) to
have been "CIA all the way" [see Footnote A].
[Footnote A] Discussed by William Cooper in his "Behold a Pale
Horse" (1991) at page 228 (in Chapter 12) of the Light Technology
softcover edition.

(82) Simms, Derrel
[Redacted] (see Footnote A).
[Footnote A] - [Redacted].

(83) Sitchin, Zecharia (author of several books on aliens) -
In league with reptilian aliens as a disinformation agent,
reported by "Arizona Wilder" (formerly Jennifer Greene) . See
Footnote A.
[Footnote A] : See:
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Reptilian_humanoid

(84) "Skeptic Overlord" - See entry above in relation to William
Irvine (codename "Skeptic Overlord").

(85) Sparks, Brad (UFO researcher):
[Redacted] (see Footnote A and Footnote B).
[Footnote A] - [Redacted].
[Footnote B] - [Redacted].

(86) "Springer" - See entry above in relation to Mark Allin
(codename "Springer").

(87) Stacy, Dennis (former editor of the MUFON Journal):
Admitted during January 2002 that he worked for the CIA (see
Footnote A), confirming an earlier indication in at Footnote B.
[Footnote A] See:
http://www.virtuallystrange.net/ufo/updates/2002/jan/m05-005.shtml
[Footnote B] See:
http://www.martiansgohome.com/smear/v44/ss971115.htm

(88) Stefula, Joseph J (co-author of a critique of the Linda
"Cortile" abduction case) -
[Redacted] (see Footnote A).
[Footnote A] - [Redacted].

(89) Stevens, Wendelle (researcher) :
Bill Cooper (see entry above on Bill Cooper) has reported seeing
Naval Intelligence documents which give this researcher's name as
a CIA agent [Footnote A].
[Footnote A] : William Cooper in his "Behold a Pale Horse" (1991)
at page 228 (in Chapter 12) of the Light Technology softcover
edition.

(90) Strieber, Whitley (author) :
Bill Cooper (see entry above on Bill Cooper) has reported that
Whitley Strieber is "a CIA agent" [Footnote A].
[Footnote A] : William Cooper in his "Behold a Pale Horse" (1991)
at page 229 (in Chapter 12) of the Light Technology softcover
edition.

(91) Todd, Robert (UFO researcher):
[Redacted] (see Footnote A)
[Footnote A] - [Redacted].

(92) Vallee, Jacques (author of several UFO books) :
Bill Cooper (see entry above on Bill Cooper) considered Vallee to
be part of the conspiracy, and reported knowing who funded Vallee
(see Footnote A). In 2001, Baktar revealed that Jacques Vallee is
"part of the private industry group that wants to control the ET
agenda, and toward this end he puts out disinformation" (see
Footnote B). Various researchers have suggested that Vallee was a
member of the "Aviary", with the codenames "Parrot" and
"Partridge" (see Footnote C, Footnote D and Footnote E). The
"Aviary" has been described by author Jon King as "a kind of
latter-day Majestic-12 working group" (see Footnote F).
[Footnote A] Discussed by Jacques Vallee in his "Revelations"
(1991) at page 77 (in Chapter 3) of the Ballantine Books
paperback edition.
[Footnote B] See:
http://www.virtuallystrange.net/ufo/updates/2001/may/m24-033.shtml
[Footnote C] See:
http://www.think-aboutit.com/ufo/aviary.htm
[Footnote D] See:
http://www.cassiopaea.org/cass/sorcerers.htm
[Footnote E] See:
http://tinyurl.com/2yhqg6
[Footnote F] Discussed by Jon King in his "Cosmic Top Secret"
(1998) at pages 72, 74 (in the chapter entitled "Document 03",
"File 08") of the NEL paperback edition.

(93) Victorian, Armen (infamous British researcher, also known
as Henry X, Henry Azadehdel, and Cassava N'tumba ):
Reported by George Wingfield to have been part of a Government
disinformation conspiracy (see Footnote A).
[Footnote A] Discussed by Jim Schnabel in his "Round in Circles"
(1993) at pages 290-291 (in the Epilogue) of the Hamish Hamilton
hardback edition.

(94) Von Braun, Wernher (scientist - see Footnote A) :
Revealed by Dr. Robert M Wood and Ryan S Wood to have been a
Government scientist linked to MJ-12. See spreadsheet at
Footnote B.
[Footnote A] This individual is discussed in the wikipedia
webpage at:
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wernher_von_Braun
[Footnote B] See:
http://209.132.68.98/pdf/government-scientists-mj12.pdf

(95) Von Neumann, Dr John L (scientist - see Footnote A) :
Revealed by Dr. Robert M Wood and Ryan S Wood to have been a
Government scientist linked to MJ-12. See spreadsheet at
Footnote A.
[Footnote A] This individual is discussed in the wikipedia
webpage at:
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/John_von_Neumann
[Footnote B] See:
http://209.132.68.98/pdf/government-scientists-mj12.pdf

(96) Williams, Matthew (UFO researcher,
convicted of criminal damage for creating a hoaxed crop-circle) :
Admitted that "I'm . a Government Agent" in Issue 16 of Stuart
Miller's "UFO Review" (see Footnote A).
[Footnote A] Available online at:
http://www.uforeview.net/documents/issue16.pdf

(97) [Redacted]:
[Redacted] - See Footnote A.
[Footnote A] - [Redacted].


(98) Wood, Robert (researcher) :
In 2001, Baktar revealed that Robert Wood is "a member of MJ-12,
the agenda of which is to disinform" (see Footnote A).
[Footnote A] See:
http://www.virtuallystrange.net/ufo/updates/2001/may/m24-033.shtml

(99) Wood, Ryan (researcher):
In 2001, Baktar revealed that "Like father, like son" (see
Footnote A). See entry above in relation to Ryan Wood's father,
Robert Wood.
[Footnote A] See:
http://www.virtuallystrange.net/ufo/updates/2001/may/m24-033.shtml

(100) Zechel, W Todd (UFO researcher, director of research of
Ground Saucer Watch and co-founder of CAUS) :
Has confessed that he was a National Security Agency employee
(see Footnote A and Footnote B). Confirmed by Tim Good (see
Footnote C). Jon King has suggested that the possibility that
Todd Zechel "was acting on behalf of the NSA" in relation to CAUS
"must be a consideration" [see Footnote D]. See also the
discussion at Footnote E and Footnote F. Jerome Clark has said
of Zechel that "at this moment in history, it's distinctly
possible that W Todd Zechel is Ufology's major figure" (quoted by
Robert Sheaffer in Footnote A and Footnote B and Jim Moseley in
Footnote F).
[Footnote A] Discussed by Robert Sheaffer in his "The UFO
Verdict" (1980) at pages 28-29 (in Chapter 4) of the Prometheus
softback edition.
[Footnote B] Discussed by Robert Sheaffer in his "UFO Sightings:
The Evidence" (1998) at page 50 (in Chapter 4) of the Prometheus
hardback edition.
[Footnote C] Discussed by Timothy Good in his "Above Top Secret"
(1987) at page 344 (in Chapter 14) of the Sidgwick & Jackson
hardback edition (with the same page numbering in the Guild
Publishing hardback edition and the Grafton paperback edition).
[Footnote D] Discussed by Jon King in his "Cosmic Top Secret"
(1998) at pages 72, 74 (in the chapter entitled "Document 03",
"File 08") of the NEL paperback edition.
[Footnote E] Discussed by Philip Klass in "UFOs: The Public
Deceived" (1983) at pages 291-293 (in Chapter 31) of the
Prometheus softback edition.
[Footnote F] Discussed by James Moseley and Karl Pflock in their
"Shockingly Close to the Truth!" (2002) at pages 242, 243-246 (in
Chapter 11) of the Prometheus hardback edition.


CONCLUSION
If a UFO researcher fails to agree with your views, it is
probably because he is a Disinformation Agent.

Trust no-one. Not even yourself.

If anything should be learnt from the history of ufological
research, it is that claims should not necessary be taken at face
value.

Exercise critical thinking when faced with assertions not
supported by verifiable facts.


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