Lloyd Pye has had an ongoing battle with Wikipedia regarding his 'Starchild' skull findings. He's attempted many times to correct misinformation
and yet the censorship continues.
When opinions overcome the facts in the matter, nobody wins; at least Wiki could deign to host a debate on 'the facts' in any given situation. When
I see actual censorship, I get very suspicious about the underpinnings of the site in question. Ditto when I see an attempt to heap scorn on someone
rather than simply discussing the facts of the matter, as close as they can be determined. This is a tactic that I see often in 'debunking' sites;
lots of childish egotistical smearing, not much actual discussion of the facts without an emotional overlay. It's a way that the discussion of the
UFO issue (whatever you may think of that) has been effectively turned into something people giggle and guffaw about rather than discuss rationally;
after all, it's a pretty big topic and none of us really know the details.
If they have an overseer population of people who always get the last word, that would indicate to me that the CIA or NSA has control of the thing.
There is evidence that they control the vast majority of the MSM, after all. I read somewhere that there isn't a senior editor anywhere in the
publishing or media field that isn't under the thumb of the CIA (and no, I can't source that...
It makes sense given the full spectrum
dominance we've all come to know and loathe.