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Re: Interviewing Peruvian Military UFO Researchers

From: Jack Brewer <brewer.jack.nul>
Date: Sun, 24 Jun 2012 11:49:15 -0700 (PDT)
Archived: Sun, 24 Jun 2012 18:29:29 -0400
Subject: Re: Interviewing Peruvian Military UFO Researchers


>From: Kentaro Mori <kentaro.mori.nul>
>Date: Fri, 22 Jun 2012 10:49:12 -0300
>Archived: Sat, 23 Jun 2012 07:59:47 -0400
>Subject: Re: Interviewing Peruvian Military UFO Researchers

>>From: Jack Brewer <brewer.jack.nul>
>>To: UFO UpDates - Toronto <post.nul>
>>Date: Fri, 22 Jun 2012 00:58:09 -0700 (PDT)
>>Subject: Re: Interviewing Peruvian Military UFO Researchers

><snip>

>>I am concerned, however, with events surrounding General
>>Bermudez, the CEFAA and the El Bosque Air Base incident as
>>reported by Leslie Kean. Such concerns include video footage
>>independently located of the specific incident in question and
>>contradicting conclusions Kean reported. Many additional valid
>>concerns, such as a lack of transparency and the failure to
>>produce video and analysis claimed to be on hand, surfaced and
>>were competently summarized any number of places such as UFO-
>>Blog.

>>It would be necessary for parties involved in the El Bosque case
>>to be fully accountable for their yet to be supported claims

>Indeed it's puzzling why the new CEFAA website has published no
>hint of analysis on the El Bosque case besides a translation of
>one of Kean's posts originally published on Huffington Post. On
>their multimedia section, there's also a low quality version of
>just one of the videos - which had been previously publicized.
>One would assume the official website of CEFAA would publicize
>and share original evidence and investigation on such trumpeted
>cases - trumpeted with heavy reference to CEFAA's alleged
>investigations on them.

>Perhaps even more puzzling is that at least one case featured on
>the previous version of the website, and promoted by some as
>"the best UFO photo ever" at the time, cannot be found on the
>new version of CEFAA's website. It's the El Yeso case, of which
>previously CEFAA also only published a translation of NARCAP's
>analysis. The translation of NARCAP's analysis can still be
>accessed directly:

>http://tinyurl.com/6srwtu6

>But I couldn't find reference to El Yeso on the new website.
>Perhaps this is related to the fact the anomaly has been
>suggested as simply a reflection?

>http://tinyurl.com/7tqkymy

>Why not publish original evidence and investigation to support
>the claims they themselves have translated from English, and why
>remove reference to content from the previous version - even if
>it was just a translation? I hope CEFAA's official website is
>still to be updated with a lot more relevant material, so there
>may be finally an open and public review of their claims and
>conclusions.


>Kentaro


Your questions are valid, Kentaro. They deserve valid answers,
as do several more questions surrounding the actions of the
CEFAA and some of its supporters.

It is quite concerning when claims are made publicly and
conclusions are reported of absolutely extraordinary
circumstances (fantastic, actually), yet promises remain
unfulfilled of forthcoming supporting data and analysis. Perhaps
even more concerning is the number of people who apparently have
no problems with such circumstances and fail to express concern
about the ill conceived procedures that resulted in publishing
the unsupported conclusions. Such poor procedures are of course
conducive to deception and corruption.

Suspensions of judgment and patience pending more information
are not appropriate responses when conclusions have been
reported; requests for data supporting the conclusions or
retractions thereof are in order. I cannot buy-in until it
becomes standard protocol to present conclusive evidence when
facts are claimed - and that perspective should be universally
shared.

I choose to accurately identify differences between facts and
opinions, assumptions, belief systems and claims of facts, and
so should anyone with a sincere interest in actuality. Opinions,
beliefs and even hopes are all well and good but should be
properly identified as such - not presented as facts. Much more
accountability and objectivity is due from the CEFAA and some of
those reporting events surrounding the agency than has yet been
the case.

By the way, Kentaro, I have been checking out your blog for
quite some time now. I appreciate your work and the example it
sets.


Regards,

Jack



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