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Today the Milenio newspaper corrected its article published Tuesday about the Merida alien case, wich according to Sergio Valdez and Jorge Moreno was a hoax. Initially Valdez and Moreno declared that researcher Jaime Maussan was deceived by David Espada and Jose Herrera, main witnesses of the March 20, 2005 incident quoting an alleged confesion that turned out to be false.
The incident took place in March 20, 2005 and was investigated by Merida's researchers Emilio Cetz and Gustavo Aleman along with the research groups Vision OVNI and Asociacion Ufologica de Merida for several months.
Till this moment David Espada, Jose Herrera and Adrian Chala Torres, 19, 18 and 17 years old respectively continue sticking faithfully to their story and confirmed their testimonies before the press in Merida.
Maussan says that Valdez Diaz told Daniel Barquet, a reporter for MILENIO, that the youths had mocked Maussan because they wanted to "get some dough" out of him and also because they wanted to pull the wool over his eyes. In stating this fact, notes the journalist, neither Barquet nor Valdez exhibit a single shred of proof or authoritative evidence.
Originally posted by DaMod
The only problem I have with the CGI explanation is the location in which this was filmed...
Originally posted by Studious
I agree someone could hide behind the pole if it was filmed at the correct angle.
However as shown in Video 2 from 7:10-7:39 the alleged aliens arm is far too long to be human. Therefore I assume that the video, if it is a hoax, is CGI.
If high levels of radiation exist at that location as they claim that would be something. Physical evidence will trump witness testimony and fuzzy video anytime.