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Re: Spies, Lies & Polygraph Tape

From: Bruce Maccabee <brumac.nul>
Date: Wed, 12 Dec 2007 23:00:03 -0500
Archived: Thu, 13 Dec 2007 04:08:56 -0500
Subject: Re: Spies, Lies & Polygraph Tape


>From: Frank Fields <fields.nul>
>To: ufoupdates.nul
>Date: Tue, 11 Dec 2007 11:30:00 -0500 (EST)
>Subject: Spies, Lies & Polygraph Tape

>Source: Amercian Chronicle.Com - California, USA

>http://tinyurl.com/yuzmas

>December 10, 2007

>Spies, Lies, And Polygraph Tape: CIA's Disturbing
>Extraterrestrial Affair
>Gary S. Bekkum

>"I remain a skeptical agnostic. More skeptical as time
>advances, but careful to note that even if paranormal phenomena
>are entirely bogus, some individuals are surely able to instill
t>he belief in unexplained capabilities. How they do this and
>what are the vulnerabilities to such enticements is worth
>knowing." -- Ken Kress, CIA officer assigned to the Stanford
>Research Institute psychic spy research project in the early
>1970s.

>The real-life tall-tale of espionage you are about to read spins
>around a confrontation between a former CIA official and
>officers of the United States Air Force.

>Twenty years later, the game continues where disturbing worlds
>collide.

<snip>

>At the center of the latest controversy is an obscure book by
>former USAF intelligence officer Robert M. Collins.

>Exempt From Disclosure revisits tales of conspiracy and
>intrigue that have been the mainstay of legends whispered within
>the USAF since at least the early 1980s, when I was first told
>by "Sarge" about Air Force involvement in an extraterrestrial
>affair.

>Open-source materials published on line document the involvement
>of former senior intelligence persons in the search for the U.S.
>Government's role in alleged alien contact. One source, who
>remains active in government business, including a role as a CIA
>consultant and involvement with the Department of Homeland
>Security, confirmed knowledge of high-level rumors of
>extraterrestrial contact.

>According to Exempt from Disclosure, beginning in 1986,
>researcher Bill Moore and Jaime Shandera, a TV producer,
i>nitiated meetings with interested parties including Ernie
>>Kellerstrass of General Dynamics, Wright Patterson Air Force
>Base, Rick Doty, a former USAF counter-intelligence officer who
>had been assigned to cold-war Eastern Europe, Dr. Hal Puthoff, a
>physicist with several government contracts on his resume, and
>the author, Captain Robert Collins.


How much of this is true? How much makes sense? How much is
verifiable?

I can provide at least some corroboration based on information
obtained from "Hawk" (Kellerstraus) some 20 years before EfD was
published. In fact, the story in EfD begins where the "Hawk
Tales" left off.

See:

http://www.brumac.8k.com/HAWKTALES/




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