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originally posted by: Tulpa
a reply to: mirageman
That's what I was trying to point out before.
As long as there's never going to be an answer people can say whatever they like
But someone DOES have an answer so the UFO mob are on shaky ground.
I'm not surprised they get twitchy over minor details.
..........The disinformation was directed towards Bennewitz, and in the late spring of 1981, AFOSI began to draw Bennewitz’s attention away from the base, and focus it instead on Dulce, a place of no importance and hence perfect to become the home of an imaginary alien base. Doty had begun a campaign to destroy Bennewitz, however unintentional Moore’s role in this enterprise may have been. In August 1988, Bennewitz would finally crack and would no longer be able to function normally. His family had him admitted to a mental facility. After a one month stay, assisted by his family, he recuperated. His family wisely decided to forever shield him from both UFOs and UFO researchers.
One of the things that had driven him over the edge was the fact that he saw energy balls within his home, supposedly sent by the aliens. Doty thought this was all in Bennewitz's imagination, until he learned that the NSA (National Security Agency) was intensely monitoring Bennewitz as well. Doty himself observed the lights when he had broken into Bennewitz’s house, to find out how Bennewitz was progressing. Doty also noted that the house on the other side of the road seemed to be a surveillance location from where Bennewitz was observed. Did the energy balls have anything to do with something that was “beamed” from across the street?
Full Source : Driving Mr. Bennewitz Insanel
Are you aware of Russ Kellet's Berywn UFO book? Or the slightly odd looking coast guard document referring to operation photo flash he managed to get from the coast guard office?
Nick Pope. I know he was little more than an Executive Officer in the Civil Service with one or two part time underlings. His 'Head of the UFO Desk' is somewhat of a self proclaimed title and was a lot less important than he tells American audiences.
Deputy Director (Weapons) 1979-81; Assistant Chief Scientific Adviser (Projects), Ministry of Defence, 1981-82; Deputy Controller and Adviser (Research and Technology), Ministry of Defence, 1982-84; Director, RAE, 1984-89; Deputy Chief Scientific Adviser, MoD, 1989-94
Do we know if Zickler had any connections across the Atlantic with AFOSI Agent Richard Doty?
Now I must come to the defense LW and his veracity. He did say Sacha Christie was the most dangerous woman he knew.