posted on Nov, 14 2007 @ 06:49 PM
Hello members of ATS. I'm pleased to announce the start of one of the new initiatives discussed at our "Revolution Event," the integration of the
massive Clifford Stone government document archive.
We have been granted exclusive access to the most renowned collection of previously classified documents, many of which have never before been
released to the public in any venue. There are hundreds of thousands of documents and millions of pages spanning the spectrum from UFO (the majority)
to covert military operations.
A tantalizing tidbit of what's in store can be seen here: FOIA: White Sands Missle Expert
Sees Flying Saucer
Many of our staff members are beginning the process of basic catalog work on this huge undertaking, and then we'll be looking to enlist the aid of a
few members to help with commentary and keyword tagging. Yes... not only with this be the largest collection of free FOIA documents, it will be the
most searchable and user-friendly.
Our goal is simple, to help Mr. Stone get these documents into public hands in the best way possible. With the hard work of Springer, Mr. Stone agrees
that ATS is indeed the best way.
Also, there is "warm and fuzzy" side to our effort here... a significant portion of the ad revenue generated by the discussion and views surrounding
these documents will be sent to Mr. Stone and his family. Finally, we get to thank him in the best way possible for his life's hard work -- the
awareness he desires and the financial compensation he deserves.
If you'd like to volunteer for what will undoubtedly be a long-term and satisfying project, please contact myself or Springer via U2U. Include any
experience you've had with FOIA documents, archiving, or related projects. And those who are selected will get a nifty "ATS Archivist" badge in