posted on Oct, 29 2018 @ 07:46 PM
a reply to: SacredLore
Where did you find the year of birth of Elizondo?
I used this article
Which was from Nov 2009 and confirms Elizondo was 37 then did the sums.
Elizondo, 37, and Robert, 35, formed a company called Never Ship Empty Inc., which they cultivate when they're not working as employees at the
Department of Defense. This year, the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office awarded Elizondo a patent for his ideas, which involve a huge crane to transfer
a ship's superstructure, including the wheelhouse, from one hull to another.
Which also brings up the question about how much Zondo was committed to his job back in 2009 when he was head of AATIP. He seemed to have his mind
focused on other things.
I am not aware of a second, later incident at Rendlesham. Are you?
I don't get it about Doty: Do you mean if he says he saw a report about Rendlesham in 1984 it simply must be false?
I am sorry. This will take a lot of explaining if you are not really up to date on the Rendlesham case. The main events occurred in the dying days of
1980. There are smaller events before and after. But they are bit parts.
Around a year ago Richard Doty claimed that in 1984 he had seen a Top Secret Report conducted by the US Air Force Office of Special Investigations in.
Link for more Info
Richard Doty concluded that Rendlesham was some kind of extra-terrestrial visitation. Although he is far from a reliable source if you care to
research his history. I haven't seen the report as it is allegedly top secret. But if Doty is blabbing details about it on a globally available radio
show then why hasn't he been thrown in jail?
Elizondo "debriefing" witnesses has to be an incorrect term. One witness John Burroughs has confirmed he spoke to Elizondo and TTSA recently. But
Elizondo no longer works for the US government now he's with TTSA. So what's going on there?
This all goes well with what Grant Cameron calls "plausible deniability". It all sounds interesting, but can be debunked if necessary. No real hard
and irrefutable proof so far. I am remaining a TTSA fan boy, but facts are facts.
Grant might be correct. You are of course entitled to your opinion. Most start up companies are able to deliver something tangible after a year. But
one year on what have TTSA really delivered beyond announcements about what's coming?
And what the hell were Zondo and Tom doing in Rome?