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Washington Post Changes UFO 'Objectivity'?

From: UFO UpDates - Toronto <post.nul>
Date: Tue, 12 Mar 2013 07:09:02 -0500
Archived: Tue, 12 Mar 2013 07:09:02 -0500
Subject: Washington Post Changes UFO 'Objectivity'?

Source: Frank Warren's The UFO Chronicles


Tuesday, March 12, 2013

Front Page News In The Washington Post: UFOs Hovered Over ICBM
by Robert Hastings

The startling story, titled What Were Those Mysterious Craftt,
was published decades ago, on January 19, 1979. Based on
declassified U.S. government documents, the objectively-written
article by reporters Ward Sinclair and Art Harris - appearing on
Page A1 - provided a tantalizing peek at long-suppressed
information having national security implications.

In contrast, the absurd article the Post ran in response to my
September 27, 2010 UFO-Nukes Connection press conference in
Washington D.C. basically ridiculed the whole idea of UFOs
monitoring our missile sites and instead extolled the virtues of
free cookies.

Let me explain:

The Washington Post, whose Woodward-Bernstein reporting team
famously toppled the Nixon presidency with its Watergate scandal
coverage in the early 1970s, was sent a press release about the
UFO-related event two weeks prior to its occurrence.

So who did this iconic newspaper decide to send to the press
conference? Why, the in-house jester, Metro columnist John
Kelly, who has written about such lofty subjects as horse
masseurs, failed sitcoms, and the Oldest Ham in the World. His
article began:

[More at site... thanks to 'The Norm' for the lead]

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