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The final UK X files docs released

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posted on Jun, 20 2013 @ 09:14 PM
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The latest and final tranche of UFO sightings documents from the UKs Ministry of Defence have been released into the National Archive Office covering the years between 2007 and the departments closure in 2009. The department was closed due to dwindling finance and the fact that in fifty years no sightings of unidentified flying objects had lead to any proof of extra-terrestrial visits or military threats to the UK.


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posted on Jun, 21 2013 @ 06:06 AM
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Just a thought but maybe they closed down because they know what the ufo and alien visitors are and so dont need to do any more investigating.



posted on Jun, 21 2013 @ 02:12 PM
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The truth of the matter is that the MoD have merely closed down what was essentially a public relations desk. The files deal almost exclusively with correspondence from and to the general public on the topic of UFOs. The MoD's own radar returns, reports from the military, police officers, and intelligence agencies will still be investigated if a suspicious object is found to be within UK airspace. It is simply that the public will no longer be able to enquire about or report a UFO sighting directly.

Despite the valiant attempts of Nick Pope to make more of the job than it really was back in the 1990s. The UFO desk was little more than paper shuffling exercise to placate the public and the media.

There have been a few points of interest that came out of these files whilst most of the information is mind-numbingly boring.

But are these documents really all the British Ministry of Defence has ever had on record on the topic of UFOs?

Somehow I very much doubt it.

edit on 21/6/13 by mirageman because: tidy up





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