reply to post by deprogrammer
I have responded to your two above posts in one point-by-point posting here.
"This alleged UFO investigator has no real UFO group with the dubious claim
of having many highly experienced ufological members with a scientific background."
I believe that you could be correct, however, regarding the number of "members," on 16th December 2012 I received an email from Perks.
Note, two of us had registered as "members" of his UFO Shropshire site on 16th May 2012, and were approved on 18th May 2012.
I had registered with the "xutlady" email address for his site.
(That very same day, 16th December 2012, "xutlady," - the fake one - not myself - registered an account here on ATS and started the campaign of
defamation against Phil Hoyle.)
The email sent out on the 16th December was regarding the upcoming skywatch scheduled for 21st December 2012 at Mitchell's Fold stone circle.
How many of that group are scientists and pilots is anyone's guess, but my friend and I are not in those two categories. We are just plebs to the
likes of Perks.
As you probably realise, we did not attend said skywatch due to the distance involved with getting there!
We had our own plans for here in Canada.
"The Mark Roberts member UFO investigator copyright court case is fake."
As no proof of a "Mark Roberts" has ever been provided, and certainly no record of a court case, I believe that you are correct.
"The UFO hoaxes and consistent multiple identity posts on UFO forums are very real."
"City Talk Fm Radio 105.9 FM Liverpool ... is hardly Coast to Coast AM."
Very true, but there are standards in broadcasting that should be adhered to, whatever level one is working at.
"The local 'Shropshire Star' newspaper will not publish anything from the alleged
UFO hoaxer Investigator .. and is this because of multiple posts by the same person?
Shropshire Star ignored its new local UFO celebrity with the recent Cosford UFO article.
And even dismissed the alleged UFO sightings of 'Cosford UFO' as merely a police helicopter."
I am not privy to the reasons why the Shropshire Star did not mention the main (in his eyes/head) witness.
I recall that Perks thought the article "poor" when it was published.
"The alleged 'well known front line leading UFO investigator' appears to have even gained notoriety
in the local press and now they view the 'Cosford UFO incident' as a misidentified UFO episode."
It does seem rather strange how things have turned.
"If the 'Sirius' UFO Documentary movie maker company / Greer.. want to get in touch with
City Talk FM 105.9 over the copyright abuse by one of their radio presenters. Who Knows?"
Greer/Sirius may do whatever, but as Xposers of the truth, we have done our part.
"What happened to the link of 'stating to go' and obtain a free download copy of 'Sirius' UFO?"
As mentioned on our page, the Sirius link on Planet X was removed but the actual video remained on "DeltaLima78's" VEOH account.
"Describing Dr Greer as an 'emergency Doctor' seems an act of malice by someone
who considers themselves as the `new voice or face' of Ufology..."
The actual words - "emergency room doctor" - are straight from the SIRIUS promotion site.
Dr. Greer frequently refers to himself as an "emergency room doctor," and certainly did when I met him in Colorado in 1996 and in Calne, Wiltshire,
"....despite the fact that they continue to name drop Timothy Good, Linda Moulton Howe, and Nick Pope at an
excessive rate of ufological promotional attachment in a short space of three years."
Name dropping is a popular pastime!
"Can we find a copy of this ? .. of which I am 100% sure .. exists and has been stated."
From what I saw when taking screenshots of the VEOH account upload, I recall that the opening (I only saw the first few minutes in the VEOH preview)
had a sort of dodgy start with coloured stripes across the screen.
I have no idea of the source.
Perks had obtained a copy somehow and uploaded it to his UFO Shropshire Youtube channel on 24th April 2013.
Then he moved it to LiveLeak.com and that was immediately deleted because of copyright violation.
The SIRIUS video then ended up on Perks' newly created VEOH account.
"Or have ... City Talk FM Radio 105.9 ..finally realised that they were potentially scammed?"
Of that, I have no idea.
"And have pulled all their City Talk FM Planet X radio show replays since the 14th April 2013."
The 28th April 2013 show wherein Perks advertised the freebie Sirius video never made it to Youtube as far as I know.
However, the Nick Pope/Perks "Cosford" show was up within 48 hours on Youtube.