FW: UK MOD Ends UFO Investigations

From: Andrew Johnson

Date: 2009-12-05 09:22:35

So perhaps the MoD knows what they are?   I suspect Nick Pope knows a lot more about this. For those that haven’t listened, you may get a new perspective on Papal Nicholas if you listen to this broadcast he did in 2007.   Annie Machon-Nick Pope-Tim Sparke-Ian Henshall-9-11-James Whale – Talksport – 05 Apr 2007.mp3 (21.2 MB) (Modified: Apr 09 2007 06:00:39 PM)   it’s on this page www.checktheevidence…   It’s interesting timing though, ay? From: Kathleen Roberts [mailto:weerkhr@pacbell.net] Sent: 05 December 2009 04:54To: Undisclosed-Recipient: ;@smtp103.sbc.mail.gq1.yahoo.comSubject: UK MOD Ends UFO Investigations                                                                                 www.rense.com/genera…   UK MOD Ends UFO Investigations By Nick Pope12-4-9   With effect from December 1, 2009, the UK Ministry of Defense terminated its UFO project, ending over 50 years of research and investigation into the phenomenon. The news was slipped out in a way designed not to attract attention, by making an amendment to an existing document in the Freedom of Information section of the MoD website, entitled “How to report a UFO sighting”. The announcement states that “in over fifty years, no UFO report has revealed any evidence of a potential threat to the United Kingdom” and goes on to say that “MoD will no longer respond to reported UFO sightings or investigate them”:  tinyurl.com/btezh3 Having worked on the UFO project from 1991 to 1994 I am sorry to see MoD disengage in this way. I believe that where evidence suggests that UK airspace has been penetrated by an unidentified object, this must automatically be of defense interest and should be investigated properly. Indeed, I am sure that as is almost certainly the case in the US, sightings from pilots and uncorrelated targets tracked on radar will continue to be looked at by someone, albeit outside of a formally constituted UFO project. From the Fifties to the present day, MoD received around 12,000 UFO reports. While most were misidentifications of ordinary objects and phenomena, around 5% remained unexplained. Best wishes, Nick Pope www.nickpope.net   No virus found in this incoming message.Checked by AVG – www.avg.comVersion: 9.0.709 / Virus Database: 270.14.83/2529 – Release Date: 12/04/09 19:34:00

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