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Re: Danish UFO Files Now Open To Public

From: Franklin Fields <fields.nul>
Date: Fri, 6 Feb 2009 14:12:07 -0500 (EST)
Archived: Fri, 06 Feb 2009 14:29:46 -0500
Subject: Re: Danish UFO Files Now Open To Public

>From: Don Ledger <dledger.nul>
>To: post.nul
>Date: Fri, 06 Feb 2009 14:05:17 -0400
>Subject: Re: Danish UFO Files Now Open To Public

>UFO UpDates - Toronto posted:

>>Source: IceNews - Reykjavik, Iceland


>>Feb 6, 2009

>>Danish UFO Files Now Open To Public
>>By Luna Finnsson

>>The top secret UFO files compiled by Denmark's Air Force over
>>the past 30 years have finally been declassified and opened to
>>public perusal. Some 15,000 reported UFO sightings are detailed
>>in the files, offering plenty for UFO buffs to drool over. The
>>Danish government decided to release the files because they felt
>>"there was nothing secret in the files".


>One wonders why the Danish Air Force kept 30 years of UFO
>sightings under wraps for the last 30 years if as they stated,
>'there was nothing secret in the files'.

>According to Luna Finnsson we 'UFO buffs' will now 'drool' over
>them. The Danish Air Force revitalized that old saw about lack
>of details did not allow identification stating "...most of the
>sightings remained 'unidentified' because the details were not
>precise enough."

>If we had more details we could solve them? So could we. One
>wonders though if the answer came up intelligently controlled,
>extra-terrestrial... would they say so?

>And then there is the standard.'and UFOs are not a known
>threat'. To my mind keeping the files out of public view is
>partnered with the inane statement that UFOs are not a known
>threat. The two equal embarrassed recognition of the fact that
>the Danish Air Force and those of the US, Canada and the UK can't
>do a damn thing about these invasions of their air space.

>In other words, they can't guarantee their own air spaces free
>of other than their own or sanctioned aircraft in that airspace.

I agree Don and would add that a declassification of files does
not mean that _all_ files have now been released.

It is possible that some files still remain classified.  How
would we know if the government has a 'neither confirm or deny'