posted on Dec, 9 2012 @ 08:07 AM
I personally believe there was a crashed vehicle and bodies, the initial newspaper report is the biggest clue followed by the too numerous to mention
changes in the story over the years.
As for Walter, when he was making these affidavits he was still very much alive and would have felt the full weight of the military law if these were
found out while he was alive, can you blame the man for being cautious when making these things?
I bet the poor bugger was scared stiff and even he must have thought hard about EVER releasing these things let alone after he died, he probably was
worried about what would happen to the family.
Look, we know something big happened at Roswell, something they have constantly lied about, we know Marcel could have told the difference between a
weather balloon and what he saw. History shows he was adamant that he was forced to lie. I fully believe the first newspaper report was both the truth
and a mistake, no one had considered just how big telling people you have a flying saucer could be. Once someone with more political savvy was on the
scene they instantly changed the story and threatened every one.
This all is way more than post war intelligence and secret projects, the lies still continue..