As interesting as the video testimony is, there is no way anyone can determine the truth of what the alleged witness is stating.
A poster or two have commented on the editing cuts of the video, which are quite apparent in places. I would suggest that due to the required amount
of time it took to film the interview, these edits are due to allowing the witness time to catch his breath and take a drink from his cup via the
straw, and also, some edits will be due to the witness having coughing fits due to his age and condition. Throughout the interview the light changes,
and you can see how the cup with the straw lowers and empties: this was not a quick interview, and would have been something of a strain upon the
witness, due to his age and condition.
The witness presents his testimony in a seemingly natural and uncontrived manner, and does give the impression that he is relating actual events from
memory. The forty and fifty year watershed 'non-divulgence' order (as stated by the witness) was to end in 2010. This would suggest that the interview
took place sometime between 2000 and 2010, and the film makers look to have honoured the wishes of the witness to not make his testimony public until
after 2010, or after he has passed on.
The context of the witness stating "Money is good" has to be placed in the time period of his early career. He makes this statement way before he
knows what his career is leading to, and like any young person wanting to better themself, he would gladly accept a raise in his personal monetary
fortune. His statement is irrelevant to his testimony.
The problem we all face as eager ears awaiting to hear full disclosure regarding the existence and visitations of non-human intelligent life forms, is
that the murk and obsfucation surrounding the subject is so deep and dark that only explicit and undeniable evidence will do. Anecdotes are
interesting food for thought material, but only gain credence in the presentation alongside undeniable evidence. We have to prudently guard against
claims of witnesses just in case their claims can be denied later down the line to discredit the whole alien disclosure.
Even if the witness is telling the truth, we cannot know for certain that he is, we can only each choose to believe him or not, and that is a personal
choice. I see no point in debating what people choose to believe or disbelieve, let us all remain focussed on the material that is presented.
I have personally been a witness to a UFO sighting back in my middle teen years in '76, and yet even with that experience, I cannot state that I fully
accept the existence of life elsewhere in the universe, even though the probability is that it does. I know that what I, and others, witnessed did not
look or act in a manner of aircraft we could build at the time, or why such phenomenon should appear so low under the dark cloudy skies of Burnley,
East Lancashire? I have never experienced anything like it since, nor have I been able to find anything similar having been captured on film. If I do
come across something I will post it and my experience in a thread of its own.
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