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Re: The Press UFOs & Who Stands To Gain? -

From: Josh Goldstein <lovolution.nul>
Date: Tue, 9 Jan 2007 09:46:55 -0800
Fwd Date: Wed, 10 Jan 2007 07:21:03 -0500
Subject: Re: The Press UFOs & Who Stands To Gain? -


>From: Bruce Maccabee <brumac.nul>
>To: <ufoupdates.nul>
>Date: Mon, 8 Jan 2007 11:21:20 -0500
>Subject: Re: The Press UFOs & Who Stands To Gain?

>>From: Greg Boone <Evolbaby.nul>
>>To: UFOupdates.nul
>>Date: Sun, 7 Jan 2007 16:26:50 EST
>>Subject: The Press UFOs & Who Stands To Gain?

>>With this latest sorry attempt at debunking a well detailed UFO
>>event we again see the disturbing trend of the press to sweep
>>things under the rug.

><snip>

>>So again, who stands to gain from the press' approach to UFOs
>>and what does the press stand to gain?

>The press hasn't completely dropped its interest yet.

>Last night (Sunday) I saw on CNN Headline News (I think it was)
>an interview with Hilkevitch during which he made the comment
>that the objects characteristics and shape seemed to indicate it
>wasn't made by man or on earth or something like that. I forget
>the exact wording.

>My immediate response is "there's a guy hanging his neck out"
>(to be chopped off). I presume someone will post a transcript of
>that interview.

Aloha Bruce and all other Listerions,

It still galls me that the FAA thinks it can get away with
proclaiming the sighting a weather event without any
investigation. Back in the day when I was an active pilot I
relied on the FAA extensively. They always were cooperative and
correct. This proclamation of a weather  event is amateurish and
smacks of a coverup. How many FAA employees looked at the
reported object when it was visible. Most likely none actually
looked at it or the hole in the cloud cover.

I would like to see the airline witnesses pool together and hire
a licensed private investigator (detective). He or she could
have the  witnesses document their statements as signed
affidavits. The  investigator can ask them exactly who in the
airline met with them  and had them make drawings, etc. The
detective could try to find out  where those reports ended up.

In detective academy we were trained in various forms of
electronic  surveillance (bugging). We were also trained in
using a special laser  device to perform noninvasive bugging.
That device could detect the  vibrations on the windows of the
suspect room from across the street  and partially down the
block. The vibrations would be converted into  sound so that the
user could listen to and record what anyone in the suspect room
was saying. Even at this date the people from the airline and
the agency that received the report could  slip and let out
information in person, on the phone, or in an email. There are
also other ways to hack into a computer from a  remote location.
Sometimes an investigator operates in a gray area of legality to
get critical information.

The investigator can also find out if the suspect agency and the
 airline are hiring for office positions. Agents can be hired to
apply for positions where they might be hired. Then they may
overhear some  leads and do some covert snooping into files.

In addition, flight manifests can be obtained to show who
arrived or  departed in the general time area. Those people
could be questioned  to find out if they were witnesses to the
sighting. All airport  personnel plus cab or bus drivers could
be questioned. They can also  be asked about military or other
government agents who may have been  present following the
sighting. All the witnesses could document  their sightings in
signed affidavits.

The above are just a few ideas of ways the sighting could be
investigated.


Josh





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