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Originally posted by CX
Whilst i can understand why the guy wants to pursue his reward, if indeed it is his, i'm not sure i'd want this much publicity over the matter.
"Is it real? The answer is yes. Does it work 100 percent of the time? The answer is no," says Col. John Alexander, a retired Army intelligence officer now living in Las Vegas. "We've had some spectacular hits and some spectacular misses."
"We used remote viewers to try and locate Saddam during Desert Storm," Alexander says. "The problem for 'the unit' was that Saddam moved around so much, staying in a different place every night, slipping around Baghdad in Winnebagos or whatever. And there is a time lag involved, so even though remote viewers might find out where Saddam was hiding at a given moment, he would likely be gone by the time we targeted that location with cruise missiles."
According to published reports, remote viewers had more success during Desert Storm in helping to locate hidden Scud missiles, as well as stashes of chemical and biological weapons.
Originally posted by 12m8keall2c
Personally, I feel the psychic would have to present documentation, regarding his submittal of information the the US Gov./Mil. (i.e. certified, return-receipt, etc.), to even stand a chance at laying claim to the reward.