reply to post by ufo_superhero
I have always found it amusing when one hurls ad hominem attacks, pejoratives and all around acrimony while hiding behind a moniker and or avatar;
doubly so when the same person is masquerading as a "third party."
It's a safe bet that the majority of folks who give this thread a "cursory look" won't catch on; however, the smaller percentage–who are
"paying attention" . . . well, let's just say you're not fooling anybody in that group.
When I revealed the results of the investigation into the DD-214 to you, (i.e., that the National Personnel Records Center (NPRC) as well as the
Fairchild Research Information Center at Maxwell Air Force Base confirmed it was fraudulent
) and the others in our group e-mail, I did so with
proper decorum and deference (even given the implications).
giving you the benefit of the doubt (at that time)–I suggested that you just refile the FOIA in front of witnesses, and open
the response in the same manner, no fuss, no muss–you declined. Your initial response was to come back with more smoke and mirrors, and when that
failed the vitriolic attacks began, both here at ATS under your "ufo_superhero" pseudonym, as well as in the group e-mail.
As you know what has been published here in this thread is but a "brief abstract" of the facts surrounding the bogus DD-214 and your reactions to
these disclosures in the group e-mail (although everyone can see your comments here via your alter ego). I mention this because, when one concocts a
grandiose story, it's impossible to cover all the bases, mistakes are made; in other words, it's a lot of rope one lets out. Continuing to try and
separate people from their money by defending alleged anecdotes of a hypothetical mystery Colonel, whose primary bona fides was an alleged DD-214, now
proven to be fraudulent by the very institution it was claimed to be received from–will only precipitate further investigation . . . is this really
the road you want to go down?
For example (sticking with the DD-214), when you related to me how you obtained the bogus DD-214 you said you used your "CMAS (California Multiple
Award Schedule) through the Department of General Services, and created a 'Letter of Authorization' prompting the necessity for the DD-214 belonging
to the Colonel who provided me his SSN and full name."
You then said, "The Letter of Authorization stated that he was being submitted for a position requiring a background check with Matrix Innovative
Systems, Inc. working at the U.S. SOCIAL SECURITY ADMINISTRATION location in Sacramento on Folsom Boulevard."
Months later, when you were on the Paracast, you told Gene & Chris that "the Colonel filled out form 180, and you mailed it, with the return address
to your 'private mail box'"; when I asked about this major discrepancy, you said, " I may have told you I did, but it would have been an honest
With either story of course, "the buck stops with you–you claimed to have mailed it (form 180) to the NPRC, and likewise, you claim the bogus
DD-214 was returned to you . . . that is until I received your apology letter of June 14th, where you admitted the DD-214 is bogus and deny
fabricating the doc. In the same sentence you wrote:
"however, I was not completely forthright over how I obtained them (I never was). "
So, by your own admission–you lied on the previous two occasions, but "now" you're telling the truth?! OY!
This entire debacle brings good friend & colleague Dennis Balthaser's motto to mind:
"Always Telling the Truth, Means Never Having To Remember Anything"
MODs, and or Mark (Allin) if you're paying attention:
The NPRC has stated the DD-214 is bogus.
The Fairchild Research Information Center at Maxwell Air Force Base has confirmed that the separation authority used on the bogus doc didn't exist in
the year the doc was dated (it didn't come into existence until 11 years later).
The source of the doc, i.e., Anthony Sanchez, in his own words in an e-mail to me and researcher Scott Ramsey admits the doc is bogus.
I don't know what protocol is, but this thread, and the other Assessment of the book,”
UFO Highway.” The Dulce/Alien Reveal
should be moved to the "hoax section."
If verification is required to facilitate this I can provide the names of the personnel at both the NPRC and Maxwell Air force Base upon request.