posted on Aug, 11 2006 @ 12:30 PM
Ok, first up is Major George A. Filer
So believe him or not?
Without a doubt, Major Filer is a credible witness and I can't see any reason not to believe his story.
--But what bothers me about it is why did they even aimed their gun and shoot that "alien" in the first place??
--If they SAW that it was an "alien", couldn't they have made an exception and somehow try to capture it without wounding and killing it? What kind
of people are they? What stupidity!
--And once they did shoot at it where they could see that they wounded it, couldn't they have tried to run after it as it tried to escape to that
other adjacent base? Was that seriously wounded "alien" running away so fast that they couldn't keep up with it?
--Or did they just shoot it down -- and walk away?
And also, supposing if it was a dog that somehow wandered onto that base and seen by the security guards, would those same guards have shot at the dog
as they shot at that "alien"? My guess is that they would not have shot and killed it if it was a dog. So this leads me to believe that there must
have been some kind of order in place to shoot to kill any "alien/beings" that wander onto the base. Do all military bases have such orders in
[edit on 11-8-2006 by Palasheea]