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The admiral at the center of controversial notes describing his inability to access a classified UFO research program says the documents are bogus. Furthermore, he says the alleged author of those notes, physicist Dr. Eric Davis, never interviewed him. “It’s all fiction,” says former Defense Intelligence Agency Director Thomas Wilson, from his home in Virginia. “I wouldn’t know Eric Davis if he walked in right now.”
originally posted by: pigsy2400
a reply to: IMSAM
But a denial is always and only an admission in ufology... Nowhere else...
I had this comment dated 15 June from Hal Puthoff (via email):
Hi Phillip, I have no reason to comment on the authenticity of a document that purports to describe classified USG programs to which I'm not privy.
Best regards, Hal
Eric Davis added on the same day:
Hal speaks for me. Regards, Eric
Make of these comments what you will. All i asked was if the Wilson 'core secrets' were authentic or not. I asked no questions about their contents.