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Re: New Year Agenda - Kimball

From: Paul Kimball <Redstarfilm@aol.com>
Date: Mon, 31 Dec 2001 19:45:32 EST
Fwd Date: Tue, 01 Jan 2002 10:26:15 -0500
Subject: Re: New Year Agenda - Kimball


I just finished producing and directing a documentary on the
life and times of Stan Friedman for Space and Bravo, two
television networks up here in Canada.

Among the many people we interviewed (and kudos here to Kevin
Randle and Don Ledger for their insights, which form an
invaluable part of the film) was Karl Pflock.

Having met and interviewed the man (at length), and read his
book (as well as extensive research in general about the Roswell
case), I feel obliged to state, given some of the recent posts
about him, that I was impressed by his candor and willingness to
be open in front of the camera, even when the questions were
rather pointed.

He struck me as a conscientious researcher, with a genuinely
open-minded point of view (which is not to say I agreed with him
- I remain, to coin one of Stan's phrases, a "healthy agnostic"
on Roswell), and a refreshing refreshing willingness to admit to
his mistakes.

Most important, his recent book challenges us all to take a
closer look at the Roswell case, and re-examine our own
opinions. Whether you agree with Plock's conclusions or not,
that is most definitely a good thing, and a positive
contribution to the debate, especially for those of us who
remain fascinated "lurkers".

To paraphrase Stan once again, everyone should avoid attacking
the person, and focus instead on the data (rule #3 for
debunkers, I think).

With respect,

Paul Kimball
Redstar Films Limited

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