posted on Jan, 1 2007 @ 08:07 PM
Originally posted by Infra_red
It was just reported on Fox News Network! It was only given a passing few sentences at the end of the guys report though.
Yeah I saw something on Fox too. They blew it off with: "probably unknown weather phenomenon and lights reflecting off the airport". Absolutely one
of the worst news reports I've seen. The tone of his report was: "yeah, guy shot another guy, not sure why but probably because of drugs and that's
the news...see ya". From what I read 1) it was still daylight and 2) they didn't see any lights on the UFO.
Since when was radar the end all-be all of something "existing"? So next time a terrorist or foreign country wants to invade, all they have to do
is avoid being caught on radar? If the people who saw it are that pissed off that they weren't taken seriously, and a FOIA was required to get the
FAA to talk, you'd think the media would ask more questions.
I don't know if they saw a cloud or flying saucer, but the way this is being handled and explained is poor science and logic. Sounds like they
don't have a good explanation so the "cloud ate my homework" excuse is going to play with the media.
The object was seen to suddenly accelerate straight up through the solid overcast skies, which the FAA reported had 1,900-foot cloud ceilings at
It was like somebody punched a hole in the sky," said one United employee.
I don't know any clouds that shoot straight up from a hovering postition.