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Brazilian Gov. passes law to make public UFO reports made by pilots

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posted on Aug, 10 2010 @ 11:37 PM
Government becomes public stories on sighted ufos records in Brazil since 1952

"One resolution published today by the Aeronautics regulates the access to information from the government on Ufos, non-identified flying objects. "After formal cataloging, such registers must be sent to the Center of Documentation and the Aeronautic`s archives that, in turn, will direct the originals to the National Archive, offering to the society access to this documentation" , informed the Aeronautics."

Link to the source in portugese:

posted on Aug, 11 2010 @ 01:31 AM
reply to post by herbert.amaral

Great news. It's a shame the UK and US government are still so obsessively secretive.

Maybe if we start a campaign not just regarding UFO disclosure, but also ALL government secrecy in the name of democracy. How can a misinformed electorate make an informed decision about how to use their vote? That would get massive popular support. Any takers? We could do with some web designers for a start. I'm up for producing campaign literature.

Or can the public be trusted with the truth???

Your comments...

[edit on 11-8-2010 by Pimander]

posted on Aug, 11 2010 @ 02:06 AM
reply to post by herbert.amaral
Nice catch. It sometimes feels like the subject has ground to a halt regarding new, credible sightings. Although these reports will be just like Britain's (civilian sightings), the article mentions Air Traffic Control 'users', so I guess that means Air Force and commercial aircrew sightings...

Here's the full translation for others to read...

A decree published today by the Air Force regulates access to government information about UFOs, unidentified flying objects. "After due cataloging, these records should be sent to the Centre for Documentation and Historical Air Force who, in turn, will forward the documents to the collection of the National Archives, giving the company access to this documentation," the Air Force.

According to the ordinance, the accounts of users of services of air traffic control must be made on proper forms and delivered regularly to the documentation center said. Today, the National Archives has in its custody UFO reports, photographs and drawings assembled by the government between 1952 and 1989. In total there are 1562 pages of documents dealing with such lights and unidentified objects in the heavens. The papers show, including the official participation of government investigations of luminous objects known.

The Folha report published last year showed excerpts of reports "confidential" the NIS (National Intelligence Service), then organ spy Brazilian military dictatorship (1964-1985). "The shape of the object was cylindrical, almost conical," one of reporting.

These documents were classified until recently, has been released to public access by the Armed Forces between October 2008 and September 2009. The delivery of data on UFOs occurred after a request by CBU (Brazilian Committee of UFO enthusiasts) to the Civil House in 2007. The Air Force said in a statement, emphasizes that "it has a specialized structure to conduct scientific research on these aerial phenomena", so it is confined to book them.
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For anyone who wants the files from the last Brazilian release...they're at the Black Vault...Brazil UFO documents.

posted on Aug, 11 2010 @ 02:23 AM
Well, if you've followed UFOlogy for the last several decades, you know that some of the most extraordinary and, yes, CRAZY reports have come out of South America. South American UFOlogy is the origin of the expression "soda pop factor," as you might recall.

The story was that a simple fellow (perhaps a Brazilian, I don't recall) made contact with a UFO that had landed in his community. This guy actually contacted the UFO occupants, and his first hospitable instinct was to ask the aliens if they would like something to drink. I don't recall if they answered him, but he raced around the corner to a soda pop vending machine and bought them a bottle of pop.

This was such an outlandish story that it sounded TRUE to certain UFOlogists, and Dr. James MacDonald coined the expression "soda pop factor" based on this account.

So, if Brazil is releasing UFO records, get ready for some whoppers. Yet, the crazier they sound, the more believable you may find them.

— Doc Velocity

[edit on 8/11/2010 by Doc Velocity]

posted on Aug, 12 2010 @ 12:40 PM
Amazing news
hopefully not another side track for the public like project blue book
if all files have been released, does this meen the Varginha case has been confirmed?
thats one real crazy case and surley if thats been verified then BOOM theres the disclosure we are looking for!

posted on Aug, 12 2010 @ 12:46 PM
Existing thread (first posted) on this here.

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