How amusing when it was well known that the Air Force was misleading Congressman Steven Schiff, so he called in reinforments, the GAO, which also dismissed the Air Force's Mogul balloon explanation.
It doesn't trash his claims by any means. He was sent on a 'wild goose chase' by the Air Force and he became very upset, but it is of no surprise to me, because I know that is how the Air Force has been operating on other issues where it seeks to hide the real story behind covver stories and disinformation and deception and I know that from first hand experience as well.
Our military is great with its deception techniques, after all, look how we used CNN to get Saddam Hussein to relocate his troops during fhe first Gulf War with our deception reports. Our military has been using that same technique on the public for years in regards to the Roswell incident and even during our UFO sightings over Vietnam and other bases.
Additionally, look how effectly the Air Force deception routine worked on a few folks by convincing them for 47 years that a weather balloon was involved in the Roswell incident and then, trashing that false weather balloon cover story and exchanging it for a Mogul balloon train fliglht that never was, and test dummys and accident victims of the 1950s as responsible for an incident that occurred in 1947.
If you don't learn how to read between the lines, you will become victims of our military's deception practices, simiply said!
Please post his letter for all to read.
Edited by skyeagle409, 11 March 2011 - 05:35 AM.