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Re: Leslie Kean Interview And The Trindade Case

From: Kentaro Mori <kentaro.mori.nul>
Date: Mon, 29 Aug 2011 02:16:21 -0300
Archived: Mon, 29 Aug 2011 08:12:40 -0400
Subject: Re: Leslie Kean Interview And The Trindade Case


>From: A. J. Gevaerd - Revista UFO <aj.nul>
>To: <post.nul>
>Date: Wed, 24 Aug 2011 11:45:09 -0300
>Subject: Re: Leslie Kean Interview And The Trindade Case

<snip>

>However, since you are a Brazilian and speak Portuguese, why
>don't deal directly with the authors Petit and Covo what you
>disagree or feel that needs correction? They will tell you what
>you need to know.

I'm in contact for many years already with Claudeir Covo, who
graciously collaborated with our research efforts.

It was from this contact that I found out the scans you have
been sharing were made by Covo, from his own set of prints.
Since you claimed to have a set of first prints and credited
these scans to your own magazine, I candidly credited them to
you, and from there the mistake spread to other works, such as
Shough who also credited those prints/scans to you. If you read
both mine and Shough's analysis, you let the misattribution
pass, which is a shame.

And it's somewhat outrageous, if I may say, because not only you
claimed you kept your own set of first prints as "a real
treasure":

http://ufoupdateslist.com/2002/apr/m30-002.shtml

But in almost a decade since I have been asking you, you never
actually brought your own set of prints to light. It has always
been Covo's scans.

Ademar, please find your own set of first prints and make them
available to analysis. As far as I'm aware, there are only three
good quality sets of first prints: Olmos, Covo and the one at
the Brazilian Navy Documentation Service. I have obtained and
shared with fellow researchers scans of all these three sets,
thanks to the kindness and collaboration of many.

I'm aware Pescara in Brazil has another interesting set of first
prints, they look like Olmos' in that they have not been
severely cropped like the other sets, but it seems they have
also suffered from all these years, with several cracks. Which
only makes it more important that each and every set of first
prints should be found and preserved, especially for those who
claim this was the record of a historical UFO sighting.

I assume Petit may have another set of first prints? I confess
he is one researcher I have not been with in direct contact.
Then again, it seems he has not been in contact with any other
Trindade researcher, including Borges and Covo, directing his
criticisms to them through the pages of your magazine. And
there's more to come? I will wait and see.


Kentaro



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