From: Larry W. Bryant <overtci.nul> Date: Mon, 25 Nov 2002 23:56:32 -0500 Archived: Tue, 26 Nov 2002 09:28:42 -0500 Subject: Request USAF Secretary Undergo Polygraph Exam == Request that the USAF Secretary Undergo a Polygraph Exam == TO: Hon. James G. Roche Secretary of the Air Force Headquarters, Department of the Air Force The Pentagon Washington, DC 20330 From: Larry W. Bryant Date: November 25, 2002 For more than 50 years, a number of high USAF officials have contributed to misleading the public about the true nature of reported UFO encounters. Cases in point: former assistant secretary of the Air Force R. E. Horner, back in the late fifties, reiterated that no hard evidence of UFO reality was being withheld from public view, that no UFO-sighting reports were being marked "classified." And, on Jan. 20, 1959, a legislative liaison chief named Maj. Gen. W. P. Fisher wrote this retort to Va. Sen. Harry F. Byrd: "The allegation that the Air Force is withholding vital UFO information has no merit whatsoever." They both lied. Thanks to various UFO-related records freed up via the U. S. Freedom of Information Act, we now know that scores of UFO- sighting reports originating from within the U. S. military community once bore classifications of CONFIDENTIAL and SECRET (and, doubtless, to this day -- even TOP SECRET). This official stranglehold on UFOtruth not only diminishes public participation in our government's decisionmaking process on such a vital public issue; it also reveals the falsity of Horner's arrogantly dismissive statement. Decades later, in a cynical, transparent effort to maintain the status quo typified by Horner's remark, the Air Force hierarchy conspired to dismiss the Roswell (N.M.) UFO-crash-retrieval incident of 1947 as a "mogul balloon" experiment gone awry. Trouble is, that dismissal required the then USAF secretary to admit that the original AF explanation for Roswell falsely had been ascribed to a downed weather balloon. So this means that somebody in the USAF chain-of-command had been lying all along about Roswellian UFO reality. Of course, any employee's lying in performance of official government duty happens to be unacceptable behavior, calling into question his suitability for acquiring/retaining a security clearance. Besides raising serious questions of ethics, a lying federal employee also endangers the good order and discipline expected of a person entrusted with public service. (S)he therefore must be held accountable for this form of misconduct. We know that numerous federal agencies rely on the polygraph exam to root out and separate employees unworthy of receiving/retaining a security clearance. The exam's efficacy for this purpose has stood the test of time. Accordingly, in the interest of setting the record straight, of assuring fair play for all key players in this politically charged matter, and of restoring public confidence in USAF policy/programs/activities, I hereby request that you, sir, undergo, as soon as possible, an independently administered polygraph examination -- to be expressly tailored to determining your veracity in answering such questions as the following: (1) Do you now possess, and have you ever possessed, verifiable knowledge that the U.S.-military-retrieved Roswellian UFO artifacts and technology originated from an extraterrestrial source? (2) Do you believe that all your predecessor AF secretaries were telling the truth whenever they tried to convince the public that so-called "flying saucers" (i.e., alien spacecraft visiting Earth) have no basis in fact? (3) Do you know the current physical location of the Roswellian UFO artifacts consigned to the Air Force for intelligence analysis and eventual R&D back-engineering (as explained by Army Lt. Col. (Ret.) Philip J. Corso in his book "The Day After Roswell")? (4) Do you know the identity and whereabouts of any USAF personnel who took part in the autopsies and forensic analysis of the UFOnauts retrieved from the Roswell crash-landing? (5) Do you possess knowlege, official or otherwise, that the classified jet-interceptor "scramble" mission in July 2002 near Waldorff, Md., determined that the pursued unidentified flying object was an alien spacecraft? (6) If your answer to question (5) is YES, are you willing to share that knowledge completely and immediately with the public? (7) To your knowledge, did the Waldorff interception succeed in acquiring gun-camera photos of the pursued craft? (8) Have you instructed any of your staff to refrain from publicly discussing hard evidence of UFO reality? (9) Do you know of any ongoing program within the federal Executive Branch that focuses on collecting, analyzing, and disseminating hard evidence that the Earth has been, and continues to be, visited by alien spacecraft? (10) Do you know of any cases of UFO-E.T. abduction occurring within the Air Force community? Please tell me the name and phone number of the administrative point-of-contact within your office by which we can coordinate the fulfillment of this request that you submit to the sought- for polygraph exam. LARRY W. BRYANT Director, Washington, D.C., Office of Citizens Against UFO Secrecy Copies furnished to: Chairman, U. S. Senate Committee on Intelligence Chairman, U. S. Senate Committee on the Judiciary P.S.: I'm snail-mailing to you a signed printout of this e-formatted letter.
[ Next Message | Previous Message | This Day's Messages ]
This Month's Index |
UFO UpDates - Toronto - Operated by Errol Bruce-Knapp