posted on Feb, 3 2005 @ 03:29 PM
A letter obtained by The Financial Times, indicates that despite a lack of evidence, the British defense ministry refuses to preclude the possibility
the extra-terrestrial life is visiting the Earth. The letter also indicated that the ministry was collecting the accounts of people who claimed to
have seen such life in Britain. While the letter stated than very few stories were worthy of further investigation, the ministry was keeping an open
minds about the possibilities
LONDON (AFP) - Undaunted by the lack of evidence, officials at the British defense ministry are reportedly refusing to rule out the existence of
alien life forms visiting Earth.
The Financial Times quoted from a hitherto confidential letter by an official acknowledging the ministry recorded accounts of people claiming to have
seen alien life in Britain.
According to the letter, obtained under recent legislation on freedom of information, such reports are collected "solely to establish whether what
was seen might have some defense significance."
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Its interesting to see what defense agencies do and thier behind the scenes activities. This sounds alot like several working groups that had been
and may continue to track aliens on our planet. However, it also could be a nicely worded piece of disinformation as well. "Yes we look at the
report, but we have no evidence" to hide a larger conspiracy.
[edit on 3-2-2005 by Banshee]