posted on Mar, 16 2004 @ 07:02 PM
what is the military going to do exactly that won't attract more attention?
Also, read the book. It feels realistic, in the sense of being really bureaucratic.
They can't prosecute him---as he says, the ET programs were behind black programs. If he revelead black programs (military weapon secrets) he would
certainly be prosecuted for revealing official secrets.
He was smart, and took care to never do that. Since the programs and even concepts of hte ET programs don't officially exist, there is no way to get
Only other thing would be an illegal hit or punishment. But he has probably revealed all there is to reveal. It's not like a defector who is
'about' to turn to the other side.
Also consider that according to the story he is a 'genetic mutant' with special abilities. Maybe they think they still might need him in the
future, or he may come back into the fold if the times become desperate.
All in all, when you consider all the possibilities
a) he did nothing actually illegal
b) there is nothing specific revealed to endanger the project
the most obvious plan of action is to do absolutely nothing, and have no comment and ignore it.
The government only looks somehwhat bad in the sense of acquiescing to abductions by Greys. But Sherman didn't say that the government was actually
doing it, but that he just didn't want to be close to the thing at all because it was disturbing.
Those people who might really believe Sherman's story would already have believed the government is involved with the abductions.
But there is no additional proof or anything which could lead to a prosecution or indictment or anything really serious to the government program.
So? if you were part of the government and this story were true, what would you do? absolutely nothing. If the story were false, what would you do?
There were some implications that he intentionally did "something" to get discharged out of the military, it has been presumed it was a homosexual
act or something like that. This would ahve been done on the 'open" side of his military job and he would have lost his job and his clearances,
and hence unable to work on the sensitive bases, and hence unable to continue with the grey program. [how else to lose a clearance really fast:
'yes I am a closet bisexual and like big black guys in leather, but whatever you do don't tell my wife!' as in obvious potential blackmail
Since the grey program is so hidden the people involved can't really use their clout so easily and say "we really need HIM but we can't tell you
Perhaps in the future they will take steps for new recruits to prevent them from pulling that trick.
It's possible he was the first one to actually quit that way, a tactic they didn't think of and so when he did it, they couldn't stop the
bureaucratic wheels from turning.