posted on Dec, 15 2009 @ 06:10 PM
I just happened to stumble across this tonight. This thing needs to be looked at again.
MUFON bought the story - ATS bought the story - The interest and the threads died
We got snookered again! It was NOT an F-35, it was another Roswell ripped out from under our nose.
I could only find 2 dead threads on this subject so sorry if there is something else there.
Following is information from a police officer who came forward after the event:
This report was done by Manuel Navarette at UFOcasebook
This report comes as a result of an interview with a member of the Dallas Police Department. I was approached by the officer who had read the article
that I posted on www.ufoclearinghouse.webs.com about the incident in Dallas, Texas. He contacted me and we communicated via e-mail (his choice) and
after he gave me information to verify that he was a member of the Dallas Police Department, He offered to give me information in regards to the
incident that occurred on the evening of August 7th and early morning of August 8, 2009.
The only condition that he had was that he did not want to reveal his name, or any other information that would allow him to be identified by anyone
of his superiors or by any of the agencies that were involved in the operation that night. I tentatively agreed, and then sought the advice of another
one of my fellow researchers to see where I stood in regards to this. I then contacted him and agreed to his terms and set up a time for us to discuss
the events of that evening.
The officer, who was an 8 year veteran of the Dallas Police Department, was assigned to normal street patrol in a particular section of the city
(again information has been withheld per his request). He was called via his mobile phone and requested to report back to the district police station,
no explanation was given, no words other than “We need you to report back to the station immediately” He was told that someone would meet him at
the entrance and to do as he was instructed. As sudden as the call came, it ended with the other party simply hanging up.
The officer then proceeded to the station as instructed; when he arrived at the station, he noticed that other patrol cars were also arriving and that
the other dozen or so officers looked just as confused as he did. The officer was met by a pair of men in black fatigues who greeted the officers,
they then asked the officers to please, leave all communication items in their patrol cars. No radios, no mobile phones were to be taken inside with
After a short pause of bewildered mumbling, the officers complied and then were walked into the station; they were lead into one of the station
briefing areas. They were met by a couple supervisors and more men in black fatigues.
The men were briefed that their help was needed to provide an impromptu escort for a truck carrying “cargo”. No other information was given, no
questions were asked by the officers. They were told that this was a military operation and that they needed to act to secure the “cargo” and
clean up the situation before the sun rose. They were told normally, military personnel would handle the situation, but since time was of the essence,
they were going to use officers of the Dallas Police Department to secure the route the flat bed would take. The military officer in charge advised
them that this was not going to be “pretty” and that “they had no time to wrap up the present, nice and neat”.
The officer at this point made the comment to me that he felt that this was not the first time this particular military officer had done this. When
asked, the officer noted that the military personnel, who were in the room, including the officer, wore only the solid black fatigues, black combat
boots and had no name tags, rank insignia, or unit designation on their uniforms.
It is here that the military officer instructed the officers that anything that happened during this “exercise” would have be held in the
strictest secrecy, no one was allowed to talk about this, not to each other, not to their families, and not to fellow officers. The reports that they
filled out would be handed directly to their supervisor who was instructed on how to handle those reports and hand them over to the military for
safekeeping. The officer then stated that they were all required to sign a paper stating that they could be prosecuted for talking about this
operation to anyone with out express permission from the United States government.
It was here that we took a few minutes break since the officer asked if we could take a few minutes break, he had to use the bathroom and grab bottled
water. I agreed and pretty much did the same.
When we came back, we kind of re-capped the events up to the point, making sure to try to get as much as I could into the report. The officer again,
reiterated that he would not give out any information that could possibly lead to his identification. I again agreed to his terms and proceeded with
The officer stated that he was given his instructions, he and four other officers were to block entrances to on ramps to Interstate 20, not allowing
anyone access to the interstate till the convoy was safely down the road. He was instructed if the drivers were already on the interstate, to pull
them over and hold them there until the convoy passed, using his car and himself, if possible to shield the driver and any passengers from seeing the
flatbed as it passed by and continued down the road. They were instructed that the flat bed’s driver was instructed to keep driving as high a speed
as he could without compromising the load’s integrity. Therefore it was up to the officers to keep the path clear of civilian vehicles.