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Keith Millea
07-10-2012, 03:27 AM
Lee Speigel (http://www.huffingtonpost.com/lee-speigel) Become a fan (https://deeppoliticsforum.com/users/becomeFan.php?of=hp_blogger_Lee Speigel) lee.speigel@huffingtonpost.com

Shameless reporting....Oh how the HuffPo has fallen so low....:moon2:

Seamus,please become a fan of Lee Speigel..:lol:

Roswell UFO Was Not Of This Earth And There Were ET Cadavers: Ex-CIA Agent Says

Posted: 07/08/2012 12:36 pm Updated: 07/08/2012 2:22 pm

http://i.huffpost.com/gen/676970/thumbs/r-ROSWELLHEADLINE-large570.jpg The July 8, 1947, edition of the Roswell Daily Record which indicated that the military had found a flying saucer in New Mexico.

Happy anniversary, Roswell, N.M. It was 65 years ago today that the Roswell Daily Record blasted an infamous headline claiming local military officials had captured a flying saucer on a nearby ranch. And now, a former CIA agent says it really happened.

"It was not a damn weather balloon -- it was what it was billed when people first reported it," said Chase Brandon (http://www.chasebrandon.com/), a 35-year CIA veteran. "It was a craft that clearly did not come from this planet, it crashed and I don't doubt for a second that the use of the word 'remains' and 'cadavers' was exactly what people were talking about."


Brandon served as an undercover, covert operations officer in the agency's Clandestine Service for 25 years, where he was assigned missions in international terrorism, counterinsurgency, global narcotics trafficking and weapons smuggling. He spent his final 10 years of CIA service on the director's staff as the agency's first official liaison to the entertainment and publication industries. It was during this time, in the mid-1990s, that he walked into a special section of CIA headquarters in Langley, Va., called the Historical Intelligence Collection.

"It was a vaulted area and not everybody could get in it," Brandon told The Huffington Post. "One day, I was looking around in there and reading some of the titles that were mostly hand-scribbled summations of what was in the boxes. And there was one box that really caught my eye. It had one word on it: Roswell.

"I took the box down, lifted the lid up, rummaged around inside it, put the box back on the shelf and said, 'My god, it really happened!'"
What exactly did the box contain that had such a powerful impact on Brandon?


"Some written material and some photographs, and that's all I will ever say to anybody about the contents of that box," he said. "But it absolutely, for me, was the single validating moment that everything I had believed, and knew that so many other people believed had happened, truly was what occurred,"

None of this comes as a surprise to Stanton T. Friedman (http://www.stantonfriedman.com/), a nuclear-physicist-turned-UFOlogist, who was the original civilian investigator of the Roswell UFO incident.
In the late 1970s, Friedman began to uncover former military eyewitnesses who had been involved with the original events that took place at Roswell in 1947.

Despite the fact that the military changed its story overnight, saying on July 8, 1947 that a flying disk had been captured but claiming on July 9 that a weather balloon had been recovered, Friedman's early investigative efforts prompted many Roswell witnesses to come forward and tell their stories. Numerous researchers have dug up more facts in the years since.


"It's been 65 years since things took place at Roswell," Friedman told HuffPost. "How much more widely known could it be -- everywhere I've spoken in the world, they ask about Roswell."

"What we really need now is the Woodward-Bernstein of the UFO world to bring out the disclosure," said Friedman. "Maybe Chase Brandon is a foresight of something going on.
"It's time for the retirement of the mythical part -- where we don't have all the pieces -- to be replaced by the true story of what happened, all the details, and we certainly don't have them."
Brandon is currently promoting his book, "The Cryptos Conundrum (http://www.amazon.com/The-Cryptos-Conundrum-Chase-Brandon/dp/0765318776)," a science fiction story about the history of Earth, contact with extraterrestrials and imagined cataclysmic events on our planet.

He remains steadfast about the pieces of the Roswell puzzle he's willing to share, and he emphasizes there's no internal CIA policy that prevents him from revealing any details of what he saw in that box at the agency headquarters.

"Nobody tells any of us that we can't say anything about sources, methods, classified information having to do with working for the Central Intelligence Agency," Brandon said. "We all sign a secrecy agreement that says we understand we are forbidden to do that by law, and that is an inherent part of keeping and safeguarding what we do, how we do it, why we do it, out of national security concerns.

"I'm not reluctant to talk about it -- I won't talk about it. I'm telling you there was a box that had stuff in there having to do with Roswell, and I looked through it, and it validated everything I believed in, and that's all I have to say about it. I will go to my grave being mindful of the two hats that I wear: My personal one and the one that will forever reside on my head as a former CIA officer."


Seamus Coogan
07-10-2012, 04:14 PM
I actually like Stan Friedman, hes a decent bloke I had a brief email exchange with him concerning the second batch of MJ-12-JFK documents and he agreed with me that they were bollocks. Stan goes for elements of the first batch which I and many others also think are shite as well. But he's a nice guy. Lee Spiegel, broke the bullshit research on MJ-12 and JFK, by a pimp, con-artist by the name of Dr Willie Lester. No he's not a doctor lol. He also fully endorsed it. I tried to contact Spiegel and ask him some questions I.E how could anybody fall for that horse shite? I got no reply...surprise, surprise. In fact all of the big heroes of the UFO scene backed away like nothing when the CTKA article came out. We haven't had a whisper from one of em.

But anyways back to our pal Speigel, he's been around the UFO scene for a longtime. In 1978, he made a big presentation to UN about UFO's. Now whats odd, is that a lot of UFO shite was going on around the time of the Warren Commission and the HSCA. Is it a coincidence that it was around the time of the HSCA that the Roswell Stories started to leak out? It's a testament to how poor the majority of those in the UFO communities grip on reality is when this schlep gets "Researcher of the Year" the same year he broke the Willie Lester story http://www.openminds.tv/lee-speigel-awarded-researcher-of-the-year-at-the-international-ufo-congress-895/ . Guys like Greg Bishop, Mark Pilkington, Ryan Dube and Steve Broadbent, Bob Hastings, Don Ecker and others make this guy look like a total dick!!!

Anyhow the Roswell stuff is interesting. The idea it was a manned russian vehicle with mutant children is one of the most hilarious pieces of shite I've ever come across. I don't buy the weather balloons guff nor the now CIA peddled idea that Aliens were recovered thats also bloody dubious. The Ken Arnold case which started the UFO freak out a few weeks before in June, was likely a planned event and or he witnessed experimental flying vehicles-remote controlled ones at that. With all of the fun and games between the CIA, Navy and Airforce at the time anything and everything was happening. There was very bad blood between the Navy and Airforce for example. Something happened at Roswell, but it was likely some prototype drone that crashed. There was just to much dodgy man made shite being thrown around the skies at that time for it to be the one in a million alien. Speigel is just not credible. It's amazing how the Huff Post are extremely uneasy discussing assassinations and genuine conspiracies with good researchers. Yet, whole heartedly embrace UFO's utilising the worst cranks. Talk about a diversion.

Jan Klimkowski
07-10-2012, 07:52 PM
some candy talking....

Charles Drago
07-10-2012, 10:00 PM
some candy talking....

That Himmler ... he sure knew how to pick out tiles!

And the sun turns black.

Charles Drago
07-10-2012, 10:42 PM
By the way, my friends ...

Choose between the mundane and the extraordinary at your own peril.

Seamus Coogan
07-11-2012, 01:38 AM
"Choose between the mundane and the extraordinary at your own peril"

The big problem is that the 'mundane' in this case is what makes UFO's so extraordinary. Their utilisation by the forces that be have created a vastly powerful social phenomena. If you have not read my article yet CD I really hope you do.

Keith Millea
07-11-2012, 04:40 PM
Oh My!Glenn Greenwald bitch slaps the HuffPo for it's role in using propaganda.Sweet!!!!


Danny Jarman
07-11-2012, 07:43 PM
What is Chase Brandon doing these days, now he's not at the CIA? Perhaps he should consider stand up comedy.

Seamus Coogan
07-13-2012, 09:05 PM
What is Chase Brandon doing these days, now he's not at the CIA? Perhaps he should consider stand up comedy.

Either that or insert ping pong balls in his anus and pop em out as a show for a bunch of abductees! Idiots at Project Camelot will be getting ready with their own balls.

Phil Dragoo
07-15-2012, 12:02 AM
George Noory had Chase Brandon on last night on Coast to Coast Am.

Chase Brandon referring to Jack Ryan as though it were a generic for CIA analyst.

Chase Brandon in the warehouse from Raiders of the Lost Ark finding the vintage paper case labelled "Roswell."

And inside he finds. . .something which confirmed what he believed, and like Fox Muldar, he wants to believe.

The impression from reading your research, Seamus, confirms that it's concentric rings of painted ponies spinning and pumping to the calliope.

Chase Brandon is a shill outside the Langley tent.

The incident at Roswell was nothing either mentioned in the sequential Air Force stories, nor the wonderful fables of small people very far from home calling triple-A.

They do test experimental aircraft in the Southwest.

The ridiculous or the fantastic are the rodeo clowns distracting attention from the next B-2.

As you say, the pioneer in this field was the very staid Allen Dulles, an absolute fount of solid information: he played tennis while Lenin entrained; he found no threat in Herr Hitler; he pontificated all assassinations are the work of loners; people don't read.