posted on Jan, 26 2014 @ 04:16 PM
It doesn't strike anybody as odd that only one man is claiming this happened out of a room full of people, but there is also only one original source
of information on the net... from somebody who "spoke to William Henry" and "didn't want to be named"...
That's hardly reliable to be honest.
So how credible is William Henry? Serious question!
I haven't watched his stuff as I'm not really drawn to physical Stargates and see it as nothing more than fantasy.
Apparently a lot of his work is based in Sitchens work that has come under a lot of scrutiny.
Is there any subject he is credible in to be believed?
Steven Greer hasn't bothered denying this, and to be honest I don't blame him.
Think what you like about Greer, but he is not an idiot. Even his biggest sceptics will not call him stupid.
So why the hell would he break the law in a conference where he is trying to spread his opinions, to people he needs faith from, and risk being
brought to court by every single person in the room he supposedly "abducted".
Slander is horrible, and if you're not man enough to say who you are when accusing somebody of such a crime, your testimony is a pile of horse
edit on 26-1-2014 by CharlieSpeirs because: Auto-Correct!
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