NEW YORK(Reuters) -- The truth is out there, and the Sci-Fi Channel is determined to find it, even if that means suing NASA, the Department of Defense, the U.S. Army and Air Force for documents related to unidentified flying objects.
Originally posted by heelstone
Shame its a Sci-Fi Channel publicity stunt rather than real investigations that would do this. Thats the level we're at though with UFO research. Nobody in the civilian sector is allowed to study it with much seriousness.
Stanton Friedman's attempts at getting UFO documents in the 80s basically will be the outcome of this endeavor. A few newpaper clippings and possibly a blacked-out judge briefing. That is if the Sci-Fi Channel is serious enough to take this through entire court proceedings.
[Edited on 21-10-2003 by heelstone]
A day after SCI FI Channel announced its unprecedented support for legal action against the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) to release its records on the 1965 UFO incident in Kecksburg, PA, NASA informed Lee Helfrich, attorney for the Coalition for Freedom of Information (CFi), that it is releasing 36 pages of documents connected to the incident.