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Doctor Roger Leir Very Ill

From: A. J. Gevaerd - Revista UFO <aj.nul>
Date: Wed, 21 Dec 2011 09:36:15 -0200
Archived: Wed, 21 Dec 2011 07:15:53 -0500
Subject: Doctor Roger Leir Very Ill

Dear Listers:

I am sorry to give you bad News again.

World recognized UFO researcher and most famous for being a
pioneer in the removal of implants, 'Doc' Roger Leir is in a
serious health situation. He was taken to hospital last week due
to breathing problems and because of the discomfort he was
feeling from his distended abdomen because of fluid building
from an infection he has on his left ankle - which has caused
him tremendous pain for some time.

When released to go home, last Friday, he wasn't much better,
I'm afraid. He is very old, as you know.

This is what Roger said recently: "I was in the hospital for
several days and they removed one half a litre of fluid from my
abdomen and I still feel as bloated as ever. I may have a
Thyroid condition and am still waiting at home to hear about the
lab tests. My contract with this existence may be over or if not
I will survive. Just have to wait and see".

As I know that many of you, Listers, know and respect Roger, I
though you would like to know this. I called him last Saturday
and we spoke for a few minutes, so have a few other friends he
has in US and other countries, to try to cheer him up. He is a
great man, a great person and is really devoted to the
understanding of the UFO Phenomena, someone who has contributed
a lot to it.


A. J. Gevaerd

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