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Re: The Walter G. Haut Affidavit - Connors

From: Wendy Connors <fadeddiscs.nul>
Date: Tue, 03 Jul 2007 00:44:22 +0000
Archived: Tue, 03 Jul 2007 09:13:00 -0400
Subject: Re: The Walter G. Haut Affidavit - Connors


OK. Let's talk brass tacks in research and get off the B.S.
train regarding the Walter Haut affidavit.

1. There are inconistencies with the oral history interview from
2000 and Walter's affidavit two years later. This isn't earth
shaking news, but it does not mean Walter Haut was senile or
suffering from dementia. This is absolute intellectual nonsense
and rubbish.

2. I talked with Walter many times and interviewed him on
videotape twice. Walter was one of the most conistent people
I've ever met. A careful man in respect for the Air Corps and
his country's secrets. Yet, he gave out just enough to keep
people interested and researching something he knew to have
happened because it might be good for the youth of the nation to
become interested in science and journeying to the stars. He
believed in the youth of Roswell and the nation. A rare trait
not found in current generations in my opinion.

3. In March, 2000, Walter gave an oral history to Dennis
Balthaser and myself. He had told me several times that he would
like to do so and leave what he could remember for history. He
did. He embellished nothing.

4. He indicated that the crash of an unknown object came down
near Roswell, he released Col. Blanchard's press announcement,
attended the meeting in the conference room the next day when
Gen. Roger Ramey gave orders to cover the incident up, that
there may have been a few bodies but he remembered only the one
he saw that was injured and dead and the object was damaged and
mainly in one piece. A man of integrity gives an overall
confirmation that researchers and the general public wanted to
know from history. Hardly an non-credible witness by any stretch
of the imagination.

5. Walter told me in private conversations some things that are
not in the oral history or affidavit. Things he didn't want to
go on record. I am slowly working on these things and have
nothing further to say about it.

6. In my opinion the affidavit signed by Walter Haut is
basically conistent with what he told Dennis and me, but contain
embellishments and errors. I believe Walter signed the
affidavit, but didn't do the embellishments himself. The point
is that he was a credible witness to the Roswell incident and
confirmed the truth in a broad manner without feeling that he
betrayed the Air Corps or the government. His own statement in
the oral history bears this out: "I think some things were
released that shouldn't have been released." Thus his own
justification for giving the overall truth since the information
was officially released. But, he was very, very careful. He
cannot be faulted for it.

7. Which is closer to the truth? Walter's own words or a
statement written by others and signed by Walter? You be the
judge. I'll go with the proverbial hourse's mouth interview and
knowing the man. But that's just me.

Enough said.


Wendy Connors




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