posted on Jan, 7 2011 @ 12:49 AM
Well let's wait and see. It is true that some of the old timers are talking, namely the Roadrunners. But they seem to me to be a cautious group that
doesn't reveal stuff that should be secret. Somewhere on the net there should be video from their last conference held at the Atomic Testing Museum
in Vegas. You could either join the Roadrunners or the Atomic Testing Museum to get in. The CIA set up a gift shop in the lobby that supposedly
mirrored the same gear they sell at HQ.
Note that it is quite possible to have declassified documents in your hands that technically are not released to the public. The CIA releases them to
the national archives (NARA). Some show up on the CIA electronic reading room.
CIA electronic reading room
There is a directory for the CIA documents at NARA, but the documents themselves are not online:
CIA crest database
I've got a stack of such documents perhaps a foot high. Fortunately, the CIA provides the paper and toner. In exchange, they get to watch you on not
so candid camera, plus see everything you downloaded. There is no indication they are recording audio, but hey, this is the CIA.
Go to College Park MD. NARA, Third floor library. Sign in and tell the person at the desk you want to use the CREST system. If you are an enterprising
person, the entire stargate project is there for the taking. I noticed some company downloaded it all, killing several trees, and sells the data on
Note you are generally dealing with raw data. There are some analyst reports, but most of what is on the CREST system is internal top secret memos,
bills, and trip reports.