posted on Jul, 21 2012 @ 01:36 PM
Certainly, regarding Burns, they did one helluva job on him.
Suzanne Bradley gave in to the police request for her to "turn the Queen's evidence", now you English people can explain that to consternated
Americans, Scots, Welsh, New Zealanders, & Timbuktooans.......this aspect of "turning the Queen's evidence" sounds so bizarre to me, and hearing it
described, whilst initially you would read these details about Burns and feel the Crown must have been right, you'll soon realise what a problem
Burns was going to have.........
If she agrees to "turn the Queen's evidence", she basically agrees to state everything in court that is needed for the state to have someone
say......she basically speaks to suit the state's political position. Any other country would see that as chicanery & straight lying, in England it
is institutionalised that some ".....er.....shall we say.....some circumlocution is necessary in some instances....."
So legally Suzanne Bradley, Doctor David Clarke, Andy Roberts, & a number of others such as Mike Wootton, who went along with incriminating Max, all
went public with a lot of spouted jobbies about Maxwell Brierley Burns, and got pats on the back by judges, police & politicians. Can we revert this
to being back on topic?
It was Ufo Magazine, ran by Graham Birdsall, that noted, and they alone noted, that three Belgian top military men all died mysterious Star Wars-style
Marconi-reminiscent deaths soon after that Belgian Flying Triangle sighting of 1990......this has never ever been commented upon, or worked upon, by
anyone else......something Birdsall must surely have had a secret intention of eventually working on for all the years up until his untimely demise on
9/11 in the year 2003........the Max Burns case, Burns' pet project, is referred to as "the Sheffield Incident", occurring on the 24th of March,
1997, in this instance a little more serious in that the Flying Triangle spotted is speculated to have released a blue beam at a Tornado GR1 ordered
to intercept it, inducing a terrific explosion. It is thought that the actual pilot died instantly as the plain disintegrated at aroundabout 2200hours
of that evening, whilst the co-pilot ejected into the night air and was almost drowned in the aviation fuel spewing from the alien-smitten craft. (My
belief is the flying triangle was extra-terrestrially piloted so my subjective opinion is injected into the story here.) This aviation fuel is
extreeeeeemmmmllllyyyy important in the Burns scenario.
Burns did a little too well......he even tracked down a citizen who thought he might have seen a body being pulled from the Lady Bower Reservoir, the
artificial lake into which the pilot must have fallen.....but REMEMBER THAT AT THIS POINT MAX DIDN'T KNOW WHAT HAD HAPPENED. You can say "He just
said he found someone who said that", but you must remember he didn't know what case he was working on. Right up to the present day today, he sees
it all as just a ufo incident, an unidentified flying object incident he investigated, these witnesses were all bits of the picture he hadn't put
together. I think the craft was extra-terrestrially piloted, Max has never made any such statement.
An interesting aspect of the Burns case that Max has never cited, is that prior to March 1997, Max had saved the life of a police officer, the cop had
been getting kicked to death by a bunch of hooligans and blood was supposedly spurting feet into the air, on a Nottingham street. Max knocked them
down and got them arrested, and appeared in the court, a £45,000 a year DJ, with the policeman there in a wheelchair, and helped get them sent down.
The police told Max, that's very good of you, if you are ever in trouble and appearing in court for some reason, we'll remember this and keep a good
mark in your books and all that.
Where did all that go in September 1999, when Max stood trial accused of drugs possession with intent to supply? There wasn't one mention of it
throughout the trial and he was sentenced to 30 months. While David Clarke was given an award for journalism as the trial was happening, he made
countless blatant errors in the reporting of the Max Burns trial (he claimed it was 4 days long, it was actually 6 and a half I think, he got it badly
wrong anyway, which also inadvertently conveyed he hadn't attended the trial, while he will have been making his bosses at the Star local newspaper
think he was there) - so when Clarke says "What favours have the MoD done me?" to poo-poo claims of his MoD subservience, that's one obvious
example straight off. He is NOT a good journalist. He later received his doctorate, which automatically will bumped his uni salary up by about £500
extra a week.
Now all run off to other Above Top Secret threads and yell "Hey, that Martin Heth has said some more crazy stuff on the anathema777 alien/marconi
thread, go and look at it!" Or maybe I WILL go away.