posted on Feb, 10 2012 @ 09:55 PM
I completely agree that things like this cannot be taken at face value. Unless there was actual proof that he was in the CIA to begin with, I
wouldn't believe anything he said on conspiracy-like subject matter. This is just because there actually are people who just make up lies for
seemingly no reason at all, although there is a psychological reason at play, but that isn't the point. The point is that it happens a LOT in
Sometimes these people are completely normal as well, and sometimes they actually believe what they are saying is the truth, when it actually is all
fabricated. I mean what did he really tell you, besides what has been talked about since 1947? I would expect someone who is making up stories about
aliens and the CIA, if they weren't true, to repeat common knowledge type "facts" or opinions, as they are not likely to know about some of the
less publicized cases unless they have studied the subject...Which often people who lie do not, as they just make stuff up on the spot.
I am not saying this is definitely what is happening in this situation, so please don't take it the wrong way. I am just trying to convey what you
should watch out for, so you don't get suckered in by something that isn't true. Another thing that I personally find odd, and this may be an
unfounded opinion, is that if he were in the CIA, why would he need to know anything about aliens of Roswell? That was military intelligence to my
knowledge, and stuff like that is extremely compartmentalized. The CIA deals more with domestic and clandestine subjects and issues, and most likely
So unless he can either confirm he was in the agency, or can at least tell you some information that hasn't been regurgitated endlessly in the past,
I would take any information he shares with you with a grain of salt. And again, that is just my opinion...Remember though, a healthy skepticism is
always better than being gullible. Good luck tomorrow, and who knows, maybe you WILL find out who really killed Kennedy.