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Originally posted by wlasikiewicz
Very interesting video, well worth a watch.
Originally posted by IMSAM
Its the colares case
interesting indeed this one
on a sidenote i emailed this gevaerd guy to get more information but never got back a reply,it seems they have some % of disclosure down there which is weird considering the usa has some hush hush policy imposed on them.or most of these countries anywayedit on 9-9-2012 by IMSAM because: to add more info
Gevaerd has said that one of the reasons why ufologists do not let themselves be discouraged by lack of proof for their theories is due to the fact most of them believe in the existence of a government conspiracy to hide the truth from the people. On 15 April 2004 Gevaerd's Brazilian Committee of Ufologists launched a campaign called "Freedom of Information Now!" with the goal of pressuring the government to release information on UFO sightings.
In an August 2010 interview with Terra Magazine, Gevaerd commented on the Federal Government decree that the air force should send records of any UFO sightings to the National Archives, saying the decision was in response to the campaign by the Brazilian Committee of UFO enthusiasts for freedom of information. He noted that documents already released confirmed that UFOs had been sighted frequently, and said that the government had more than 12 tons of documents about these sightings. Commenting on some initial documents released by the Air Force on 20 March 1996 sightings of UFOs in five cities in southern Brazil, he said "It's just the tip of the iceberg". The Air Force had said they would not release any secret documents. Brigadier Jose Carlos Pereira, in charge of UFO records, said "If an extraordinary phenomenon happen, obviously that will be kept under wraps".