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Re: Schmitt & Broken Ethical Compass Of Ufology

From: John Harney <magonia.nul>
Date: Sun, 29 Sep 2013 14:10:51 +0100
Archived: Sun, 29 Sep 2013 11:23:59 -0400
Subject: Re: Schmitt & Broken Ethical Compass Of Ufology

>Source: Paul Kimball's The Other Side Of Truth Blog


>Sunday, September 29, 2013

>The Roswell Dream Team, Donald Schmitt, And The Broken Ethical
>Compass Of Ufology

>The ethical dilemma that has been revealed about the Roswell
>"Dream Team" in recent days should come as no surprise given the
>participation of Donald Schmitt, a person who should have
>remained a pariah in UFO research given the proven lies he told
>in the 1990s, lies that related to far more than just his
>background, despite what many many people would have you
>believe today (such as the Paracast hosts who had him on their
>show last week and gave him a complete pass on his past, although
>to be fair they just happen to be the most recent example of a long
>list of people who have given Schmitt a pass).


Well, at least one prominent ufologist thinks that Don Schmitt
is a wonderful person and brilliant UFO researcher. In his
Biggest Study blog posting for January 14 2013, Michael Swords

"Don Schmitt. Every time I see Don I smile. Can't help it; I just
automatically like him. But there is a lot more to Don Schmitt
that just being a likable personality, and a lot more that
Ufology owes him."

This is followed by another two paragraphs extolling Schmitt's
virtues and ufological achievements. Any comments, anyone?

John Harney

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