An FBI memo that has come under scrutiny following freedom of information requests even suggests each “saucer” contained three bodies of three-foot tall aliens in the legendary “alien” incident.
The Roswell incident, in July 1947, went down in UFO folklore after the US Air Force announced it had found the remains of what was suspected of being a crashed flying saucer in the New Mexico desert near the town.
The next day it retracted the statement amid claims it was later identified as a weather balloon.
UFO chasers have forever since believed it was a major cover-up and that the US military actually discovered the craft and the bodies of alien pilots.
The FBI memo now in the spotlight, dated from 1950 – three years after the Roswell incident – said each of three “saucers” contained three bodies of three-foot tall humanoid occupants, making nine aliens in total.
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Worth listening to this interview from 1996 with Native American Robert Morningsky on The Star Elders. Robert talks about another crash near Roswell where native Americans rescue a being from the crash site.
Police are investigating a senior detective who is a confidential source for BBC1’s Panorama over the leaking of secret identities of complainants in abuse cases.
Communications seen by Exaro reveal that the Metropolitan Police Service’s directorate of professional standards launched the investigation last month into the officer on suspicion that he improperly disclosed the name and address of a complainant in a criminal investigation.
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Snipers have been pictured in Manchester city centre as thousands march in protest to cuts, coinciding with the Conservative Party conference.
Armed police can be seen on the roof of the Great Northern complex in images that have been widely shared on social media.
Twitter user Ben Whittingham posted an aerial photograph of a man looking through the sniper on top of a roof, the Manchester Evening News reports.
He captioned it: “Just a police sniper on roof of Tory party conference, which resembles a prison.”
Another user, Ben McNally, wrote: “Sniper team on the roof of great northern … For safety.”
One tweeted: “It is drilled into deer stalkers to never use a rifle scope to ‘observe’ in this way.
“Only point at something if going to shoot.”
James Lee wrote: “So why not use binoculars?”
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A leading child abuse campaigner has suggested that the memories of some witnesses in the VIP paedophile inquiry may have become distorted over time.
Peter Saunders, founder of the National Association for People Abused in Childhood, said it was important not to ‘make something huge’ out of the fact that one or two accounts were misleading.
Such a move would be detrimental to child protection and to the current inquiry into abuse, he said.
Mr Saunders voiced his concern ahead of a BBC documentary that calls into question Scotland Yard’s investigation into claims of a historical paedophile ring at the heart of the Establishment.
Panorama – the Corporation’s flagship investigative programme – will scrutinise the lurid claims of ‘Nick’, the anonymous witness at the heart of Operation Midland. The programme, to be shown tomorrow night, will examine the validity of Nick’s claims that senior Establishment figures were responsible for murdering three boys in the 1970s and 1980s.