posted on Feb, 16 2004 @ 10:21 PM
Why would they need to kill him? When you read the book, it becomes apparent that he wasn't given too many details about the project he was working
on. He wasn't even told, from what i saw in the book, how his 'inutivive communicator' abilities even worked... So I don't see how he would be
seen as compromising security. As many others have claimed, over the years, that the gov is working with ETs, that claim itself is not new or worth
killing a man over...
Also, he claims to have a rare, unique ability that was given to him via genetic manipulation (I don't think he could be called a 'hybrid', as it
sounds like only genes that affect his mental processes were played with), so it might be that, even on the outside, he's deemed a valuable
person/specialist who should be protected by the government. Yes, I know he left the air force and wrote a book about a secret program, but, if, for
argument's sake, there are only 100 trained intuitive communicators in the US, and a certain number of these people are needed to implement the
secret project, it might be considered unwise to kill even one of them because they might be needed at some point.