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Re: 'American Spy Satellite Downed In Peru'?

From: Richard Hall <dh12.nul>
Date: Fri, 21 Sep 2007 17:31:54 -0400
Archived: Sun, 23 Sep 2007 09:50:05 -0400
Subject: Re: 'American Spy Satellite Downed In Peru'?


>From: James Horak <jchorak7441.nul>
>To: ufoupdates.nul
>Date: Fri, 21 Sep 2007 08:27:26 -0700 (PDT)
>Subject: Re: 'American Spy Satellite Downed In Peru'?

>Let me reconstruct your question a bit, Mr. Hall, out of the
>allowance you can't seem to entertain the slightest possiblility
>for my answers no matter what they might be and no matter what
>you will tend to stipulate that, "one iota of evidence" to be.
>So indeed I don't address my answers to you for I in no way wish
>to imply your mindset can be bridged by anything.

>Instead I appeal to those that still regard common sense,
>deductive reasoning and mathematical probability over
>incredulity (no matter from whence it comes.

>Mr. Lazar has not been placed in prison. Which, had he not been
>employed at that Area 51 facility, just as he claims and had
>produced a forged government document as a pay receipt to show
>he had, he most certainly would have been (carries a stiff
>prison term.)

>In his book, he refers to approaching Admiral Bobby Inman for a
>recommendation. Although it is presumptive to some extent to
>conclude that is in fact what got him the job, nothing else
>suggests otherwise. Especially since one can justify a strong
>inference that only such a recommendation, given Lazar's
>history, could have.

Oh, I see. Lazar says so; ergo, it's true.

>To go a little further, the STS-48 video was made under highly
>irregular circumstances. That its earth- shattering
>transmissions were ordered on open channels (obviously departing
>from protocols at the time) and that its mission was timed so
>perfectly as to catch the UFO exercise en tota brings to the
>fore the question of under whose orders this mission was carried

>Obviously someone with concern over UFO cover-up, obviously
>someone high up in authority.

>If you will read the book, you will discover Lazar alludes to
>the briefing program run at Groom Lake. The different color
>lines different security levels allowed access to cross. That
>after the first week, "one did not see the other lines".

>That sold me. Kick around a little dust in the right places and
>you might turn up the reason.

>All very good evidence that claims of a Faction II element does
>indeed exist.

>You better hope it does.

As predicted, a wealth of slipping and sliding, and slithering,
and not one iota of evidence.

Among other things, I have in my possession a fake W-2 form
claimed by Lazar as proof of his employment by the Navy.

Unfortunately for him I had access to lots of relevant reference
volumes, and (1) no such Navy office existed, and (2) the Zip
Code on the W-2 form never existed. But I understand that faith-
based belief is unassailable.

 - Dick

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