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Re: Just A Few Roswell Questions - Gehrman

From: Ed Gehrman <egehrman.nul>
Date: Thu, 17 May 2007 09:40:04 -0700
Fwd Date: Fri, 18 May 2007 06:47:18 -0400
Subject: Re: Just A Few Roswell Questions - Gehrman

>From: Kevin Randle <KRandle993.nul>
>To: ufoupdates.nul
>Date: Thu, 17 May 2007 10:12:12 EDT
>Subject: Re: Just A Few Roswell Questions

>>From: Neil Morris <neil.nul>
>>To: ufoupdates.nul
>>Date: Wed, 16 May 2007 10:58:41 +0100
>>Subject: Re: Just A Few Roswell Questions
>>>>he didn't even take any written copy just the photos.

>>>But when Kevin Randle originally interviewed Johnson, several
>>>times he claimed to be the author of the AP story. At the very
>>>least he would have conveyed to someone at the Star-Telegram
>>>what he had been told by Ramey.

>>He _didn't_ write any story that night, the journalist who was
>>in the ST office that evening confirmed _all_ the "disc" stories
>>published in the ST were compiled and written by the city desk
>>editor, who's name I would have to dig out of my files, but I do

>Neil, List All -

>Just for fun, let's all go around again. First, there would be
>no reason to send Johnson out to the base if there was no news
>story. This simply defies logic.

>Two, Johnson said that he wrote the news story because there was
>no one else to write it. He claimed that seven or eight times
>over two interviews until I told him that his new claims made no
>sense based on last paragraph of the news story... then suddenly
>he didn't know who wrote it.

>Three, if Johnson took the pictures and was out in Ramey's
>office alone, why didn't he make notes for the news story even
>if he didn't write it. You've got a reporter in place and then
>he doesn't do basic journalism. This simply defies logic...
>though it does mean you can now claim that Johnson photographed
>some of the real debris.

>What this really boils down to is Johnson making multiple
>claims. It boils down to a news story in the newspaper that said
>plainly that Ramey told him it was a balloon. It boils down to a
>time-line that is not based on sun angles and speculation about
>daylight savings time or standard time, but on documented fact.

>It is clear that Johnson went out there. He took the six
>photographs he claimed. He took notes about what Ramey said and
>he returned to the newspaper and developed his film and wrote
>his story. He knew when he went out that it had to do with
>flying saucers and he was told immediately that it had been a
>weather balloon.

Hi Kevin,

None of this makes much difference to Neil's main argument which
is that there is other debris, mixed in with the balloon and
reflector debris, which cannot be accounted for as part of an
ML307 or weather balloon. He doesn't need Bond or his version of
events to prove his case. His information comes from studying
the Seven Roswell photos and understanding how an ML 307 is
constructed and the materials used in its construction.

Do you have a good set of Fort Worth photos to examine? Are
other List members acquainted with these photos? If you don't,
there is no reason to follow this discussion any further.


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