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UFO Alien-ation Suit

From: UFO UpDates - Toronto <ufoupdates.nul>
Date: Sun, 01 Jul 2007 09:25:02 -0400
Fwd Date: Sun, 01 Jul 2007 09:25:02 -0400
Subject: UFO Alien-ation Suit

Source: The New York Post - New York, New York, USA


July 1, 2007

UFO Alien-ation Suit
'Give Me Back My Space Junk'
By James Fanelli

Here's a space suit NASA might find interesting.

An internationally known UFO expert is suing to get his X-files
back from a Staten Island woman who he says is greedily holding
them for a $100,000 ransom.

Paranormal author and columnist Antonio Huneeus claims Esther
Carroll reneged on an initial deal to sell him 160 boxes of his
alien research and UFO photos for $6,000, according to a lawsuit
filed June 5 in Staten Island Supreme Court.

"I want my stuff back," the intergalactic investigator told The
Post from his Fairfax, Va., home.

"It's all my personal belongings and research materials. She's
already made five times her investment."

Carroll acquired the materials after Huneeus failed to pay his
tab at Brooklyn Storage Mart, where he'd been housing the items
for two years.

Carroll's son bid $275 on the boxes when the storage facility
auctioned them off on May 17.

The suit says Carroll agreed to part with the files - which
range from declassified documents to a campy photo of Sen.
Hillary Rodham Clinton holding an E.T.-like infant - for $6,000.

Huneeus wired Carroll $4,000, and said he would pay the other
$2,000 once he inspected his belongings, the lawsuit says.

But after the first payment, she called off the deal and upped
her asking price to an astronomical $100,000, he claims.

Carroll, 65, who lives off Social Security in a trailer park
near the Goethals Bridge, told The Post she agreed to sell
Huneeus only an oil painting, seven first-edition books, and
clothes from his storage bin.

"I'll be honest with you: I'm after the money," said Carroll,
who has held onto the $4,000 Huneeus gave her. "I don't know
about UFO stuff, neither do I want the stuff."

Huneeus does know. The Chilean-born journalist said he once had
a close encounter in the Andes when he saw lights flashing in
the sky.

"I do believe there is alien life in the universe," he said.

Carroll believes Huneeus has got enough scratch to cover the
$100,000 sale price, and relayed this message to him: "Give me
your money, take your crap, and go fight the UFO government."


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