Air Force lost evidence that would prove UFOs were real
SINCE the East London Advertiser obviously has no knowledge about UFOs or hovering triangles, I have decided to educate you. These objects were reported during the Second World War by many pilots. I am talking about large and small triangles, large mothership saucers and more. But the Air Force lost crucial evidence that UFOs were real
SINCE the East London Advertiser obviously doesn't have any knowledge about UFOs or hovering triangles, I have decided to educate you ('Whoosh! UFO shoots across sky and MoD ask me to say nothing,' Advertiser Website Letters).
These objects were reported during the Second World War by many pilots.
I am talking about large and small triangles, large mothership saucers and more.
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The idea that we had 'secret' flying machines during and before the 1939-45 World War and allowed millions to die without using them seems ridiculous.
There is documented proof that the Air Force (USAF) time and time again lost crucial evidence given to them that would prove these UFO objects were real.
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Mutual UFO Network (the world's largest civilian scientific research organization dedicated to the study of Unidentified Flying Objects) reported more than 300 witnesses seeing a UFO over Stephenville, Texas, last November.
The scientific talking heads on TV claimed the witnesses were seeing jets or stars. Astronomers came on TV making fun of the witnesses.
However, something strange happened...
Mutual UFO Network sued the Federal Aviation Administration for the Radar tapes for 8pm on the said night that all these 'gullible people' thought they saw.
Volunteers spent 700 hours going over the tape... and the witnesses were right!
Exactly where they pointed, there was an object recorded on the tape 300 to 500 feet across, going 2,000 miles and hour without a transponder and going in the exact directions they claimed.
So the scientist were the 'gullible' ones, not the people.
If the East London Advertiser ever wants to help these people, let me know.
They bleed to just like you.
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