posted on May, 27 2008 @ 06:11 AM
It is just amazing the unorganized and unprofessinal state of these documents. I would expect the minestry of Defence to have better records and
procedures than are displayed here.
In addition to being mostly letters of request for information, every single response has the tag line : We are only interested in the defence
significance of the incident. if a foreing goverment craft violated our airspace. We do not investigate the scientific nature of the reports.
Yet they also state that most can be explained as sattelite debris returning to earth, ball lightning, unusual cloud formations, and weather ballons.
So if you have explained most of them, why do none of these reports have any explanations? Why is this just what was reported? If you satisfied
yourself that it was not of defence significance then how were you convinced and why is that not released with the individual reports?
Okay, so if you don't investigate them except for defence purposes, wouldn't that include what the object that violated your air space was, and
where it came from? You only want to know if it is a foreign aircraft violating your airspace?
So Aliens violating UK airspace is not a threat to the defense of the country?
At the very least this should allow some follow up. The airport landing for instance will allow for a freedom of information act request for the video
at the airport. They can not deny it if they already released the report. There has to be camera coverage at the airport.
This is complete dis-information and an effort to slow down the FOI requests by just telling everyone to go to this website where it is free. This so
far is a load of crap. I hope we can get better than this soon.