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Re: The Roswell Debate

From: Lawrence Fenwick <lawrencefenwick@interactive.rogers.com>
Date: Tue, 1 Jan 2002 12:31:40 -0500 (EST)
Fwd Date: Tue, 01 Jan 2002 21:40:02 -0500
Subject: Re: The Roswell Debate


As a long-time ufologist, 48 years, I am amused by the many
comments pro and con the reality of the Roswell case.

What a waste of time and energy!

The only way in which we will ever resolve the debate is if the
U.S. government and its military and intelligence components
reveal the truth. Their obfuscation and disinformation tactics
up to the present have given us no inkling as to when, if ever,
this will occur.

The only way in which the impasse might be eliminated would be
Congressional hearings. Despite the well-meaning work of Dr.
Steven M. Greer and the Disclosure Project, Congress has not
acted.

All we really can do now is be patient.

Some event may trigger disclosure concerning Roswell and other
UFO information from the government's side. Whether it takes the
form of Congressional hearings to do this or not, following this
hypothetical event, I remain hopeful that something will occur.

Those who criticize Dr. Greer and his Project should take a look
in the mirror at what they have done as individuals. I've done
nothing to change the situation myself, even though I've helped
probe over 200 reports, including my own four sightings.

We can investigate cases and compile statistics from now until
Doomsday and nothing will change.  Will all the data and case
discussion be part of an official infomation disclosure? Who
knows? Only group cooperation, timing, and action can make a
difference.

Comments about and constructive criticism of my statement are
welcome.


Larry Fenwick

website:
http://interactive.rogers.com/lawrencefenwick/doc







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