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Re: New Year Agenda - Stacy

From: Dennis Stacy <dstacy@texas.net>
Date: Tue, 01 Jan 2002 17:57:52 -0600
Fwd Date: Wed, 02 Jan 2002 12:38:42 -0500
Subject: Re: New Year Agenda - Stacy

 >From: Kevin Randle <KRandle993@aol.com>
 >Date: Tue, 1 Jan 2002 09:15:49 EST
 >Subject: Re: New Year Agenda
 >To: ufoupdates@virtuallystrange.net

 >>Date: Mon, 31 Dec 2001 11:28:04 -0600
 >>Subject: Re: New Year Agenda
 >>From: Dennis Stacy <dstacy@texas.net>
 >>To: UFO UpDates - Toronto <ufoupdates@virtuallystrange.net>


 >I considered writing an article about the "busted" leads which
 >would incorporate all those people we talked to who had nothing
 >to say, but then, really, where is the story? A witness who saw
 >nothing, heard nothing and did nothing is not a witness.


Really? Depends, doesn't it? See Kimball's comments below.

 >>How many other Roswell witnesses haven't been heard from because
 >>they didn't have any tale to tell? Lorenzo was, I believe, the
 >>second commanding medical officer at the hospital at the time.
 >>Had bodies been brought in, he would almost undoubtedly have
 >>been aware of them.

 >This really makes very little sense. Roswell witnesses who had
 >no tale to tell? What then, makes them witnesses? Yes, they
 >might have been assigned to the base, but if not involved in the
 >recovery (Mogul or otherwise), and they have nothing to
 >contribute, then what should we report. I thought we had made it
 >clear that the majority of the soldiers assigned to the base saw
 >nothing and heard very little.

It makes perfect sense, Kevin. If someone wants to insert alien
bodies into the Roswell story, it's logical to drive them
through the base hospital. (Even Glenn Dennis knew that much.)
When someone who was at the hospital at the time says no such
thing happened, it makes him a witness to the counterclaim that
no alien bodies passed through Roswell. I don't see what's so
hard to understand. At the very least, it means you have to find
another path for the bodies. Or explain why a person in position
to know, in fact didn't know.

As Kimball put it: "The primary reason I prepared the web site
on Roswell was to provide what I thought was first hand
information as to what did NOT take place at the Base Hospital
in the summer of 1947."

 >I don't know what a second commanding officer might be other
 >than an executive officer and the information I have, from both the
 >yearbook and the telephone directory suggests that Lorenzo was
 >neither. That doesn't negate what he says, only that he was one of
 >many medical personnel assigned to the base in July 1947.

Here's how Kimball put it: "Although I was 'only' a Captain at
the time, it so happens I was the third ranking officer assigned
to the Base Hospital. The Commander was a Major - Jack Comstock,
we had a Lt. Col. by the name of Harold M. Warne who was our
Dental Surgeon. I was senior to all the Captains assigned by
date of rank. As I noted above my access to the base facilities
was anything but limited." Kimball had a Top Secret clearance.

 >>As near as I can tell, however, Roswell investigators have yet
 >>to beat a path to his door.

 >So, I looked at his website and talked to him on the telephone.
 >I followed up with additional questions and moved on. I reported
 >what he said as it related to Jesse B. Johnson. What more would
 >you have me do?

I don't know. Maybe completely reconsider or disavow the source
who told you (or was it Schmitt) that Johnson conducted the
autopsy of an alien body at the base hospital in the first
place? Give the late Kimball an entry in the next edition of the
Roswell Encyclopedia?

Who knows? The year is young!

Dennis Stacy

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