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originally posted by: jtrenthacker
If the government has top secret photographic evidence stored as digital files, why would they store them on a computer that is on the network? That seems to be the first red flag for me on this story.
originally posted by: Blue Shift
originally posted by: crazyewok
Still think it was a honypot to catch hackers.
I also think that it may have included fictional role-playing information tucked away by some tech geek. Because so much of it sounds like bad science fiction.
originally posted by: jonnywhite
Still it's possible, I'm just not swayed to believe his every word.
originally posted by: krines
a reply to: Cosmic911
I am sure both 'airbrush dept' and disinfo dept exist for their respective functions. 'Airbrush' dept may be simply an extension of image altering/enhancing one, as surely all pics (regardless of 'ufo') have to be subjected to some alterations before they are released? But as I have never personally worked there, my opinion is just an opinion.
He found far more than he has ever said, and I do not blame him.
The Americans though wanted him not for what he found, but where and how he found it. Why? Because they didn't and still don't know who was on the other side talking him through the door ways.
I'll be honest, he was found by some thing that wanted finding.