posted on Sep, 4 2008 @ 12:13 PM
The radar report goes up to 8 p.m, I believe. Has anyone requested radar info for after that time? If that data becomes available, what was the last
time the UFO showed up on radar? The reason I ask, is that the UFO in question was flying on a direct course towards President Bush's Craword ranch.
Did the UFO breach restricted air space? And if it did, here's what we have - an aircraft without any identifying transponder signals, which could
have posed a threat. It doesn't matter if President Bush was on the property or not - there's no free pass for the trespassing violation.
Now, if some ignorant teenager makes a veiled threat towards the President's life on My Space, it makes the national news.
If some mentally disturbed person jumps the fence at the White House, it makes the national news.
If an airplane violates the airspace at NASA's space center in Florida, the pilot is identified and charged......and it makes the national news.
So, since there is no radar report actually confirming a breach of restricted air space, that issue can't be addressed - but if it was confirmed,
what could be a valid excuse for withholding that information from the public, especially in today's climate of terrorism fear? If the Air Force
wants to deny the existance of an experimental craft or a craft of unknown origins, then let them tell us who the pilot was, what type of plane it
The Air Force's lack of a response to the radar reports tells me they are ignoring the issue and hoping it will go away. Constant presssure and
exposure utilizing the media is required to keep this incident in the general public's short term memory. If a concise report could be put together,
we should flood the Internet by posting it to every forum, bulletin board, blog, My Space, Face Book, National news reporters, etc, that we can. Make
I commend Mr Murphy for pushing to find out why the Air Force was supposedly conducting an operation over public air space.
This is my first ATS post. The combination of credible eyewitness reports plus the radar returns confirming those sightings, makes this a subject I
feel passionate about.