posted on Nov, 20 2006 @ 06:47 AM
It was cool to hear about a local incident on ATS for a change. And it ws hilarious to hear you try and pronounce the local names...
know how I feel all the time!
There are a lot of red lights for me going off - so some part of the story seems less than true.
1. Why would a South African send documents of the sort to a German "UFO researcher". South Africans have no special ties with Germany. The person
would have been better off to send the documents to American researchers or even local news agencies.
2. Why were the documents sent from the "Southern Parts of Germany"?
3. It's highly unlikely that the South African Military would just stomp into Lesotho in the middle of the night. The same rules apply as with the
rest of the world. You can't just send military units into any other country just like that.
4. There are no such thing as "National Defence Secrets Act No. 54 of 1989". All South African laws are available online. Google it. You won't even
find something like a "National Defence Secrets Act".
5. There are no records of a "General Patrick Dwight" (just one of many names not found).
6. Where are these documents now? Their authenticity can easily be verified as official or fake.
And so on.
I'm convinced that something (a UFO) crashed in Lesotho in '95, I just think Joachim Koch is full of BS.
Thanks for another good PODCast DC... BTW have you tried the "Crop Circle Beer" yet? Let us know if you do and whether you receive any mystical