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Brad Sparks 'Forthcoming' Roswell Revelations?

From: Anthony Bragalia <envcol.nul>
Date: Thu, 16 Aug 2007 20:01:28 -0400
Archived: Fri, 17 Aug 2007 17:11:21 -0400
Subject: Brad Sparks 'Forthcoming' Roswell Revelations?


Brad Sparks MUFON Symposium Proceedings paper on MJ-12 hints at
tantalizing and potentially very valuable new Roswell
information. He is very brief in these revelations, which could
easily go unnoticed without careful reading. Perhaps Brad may
speak more directly to them here. To my knowledge this
information has never been mentioned or published by any other
researcher.

Mr. Sparks states:

"I must admit from my highly skeptical research that in 1949
AFOSI was almost certainly responding to Roswell - for very
compelling reasons I cannot get into here. There is in fact some
weak, circumstantial evidence suggesting that it was a classic
Roswell coverup."

Where can we learn more about this revelation that AFOSI was
"responding to Roswell" in 1949? In what way were they
"responding" and why in 1949?

Also in the Proceedings is this Sparks nugget:

"In 2000 while doing non-UFO-related research, Brad accidentally
discovered the TOP SECRET U.S. government policy response to
Roswell, which should not exist if Roswell was essentially a
non-event. Brad is actively investigating this disturbing
discovery."

Can you tell us more about this "policy response" discovery you
have made and why it is so disturbing?

With the torrent of new Roswell revelations made this year,
perhaps Brad would be willing to share his new information. And
perhaps it will add to the evidence that Roswell was in fact an
extraterrestrial event.






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