|"It was not a damn weather balloon -- it was what it was billed when people first
reported it," said Chase Brandon, 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
Thanks to Steve Bassett - PRG (USA)
|Former CIA agent Chase Brandon says the Roswell UFO
crash was for real - trouble is that his government continues
to Deny it.
CIA Agent Chase Brandon
Breaking News: A new witness has emerged in the person of former CIA agent Chase Brandon. As
reported by Lee Speigel in the Huffington Post, Mr. Brandon has stated regarding the events in
Roswell, NM in July of 1947: PRG have posted the following report from The Herald Tribune
Subpoena the Roswell ‘whistle-blower’
Thursday, July 19, 2012 at 10:58 by Billy Cox
The ET theory behind UFOs has long been a default mechanism for lack of better explanations to
account for the appearance of mysterious aerial phenomena with technological overtones that baffle
eyewitnesses, leave behind radar tracks, and sometimes impact weapons, flight and communications
systems. Still, De Void gets nervous when researchers attempt to dialogue with politicians about
“extraterrestrials.” They’d stand a better chance making introductory connections with a racial epithet.
Maybe the only way to resolve the Roswell dispute between the CIA and retired senior agent Chase
Brandon is to impose the threat of perjury on both corners/CREDIT: theragblog.blogspot.com
But loaded language is exactly why the latest quixotic “We The People” White House petition from
UFO lobbyist Stephen Bassett is noteworthy. Bassett is calling for the Obama administration to
investigate a retired senior CIA official’s recent claims that the Agency is, in fact, in possession of
material confirming the “extraterrestrial nature” of the 1947 Roswell controversy. Man-in-question
Chase Brandon wasn’t some obscure bit player; he was the CIA’s public face in Hollywood when it
came to determining whether or not to cooperate with big-screen storylines. Last month he stepped
into a massive pile of self-inflicted doo-doo when he volunteered on a national radio show he’d
examined a “Roswell” box in the CIA archives containing smoking-gun photos and official records of an
ET crash in the desert.
Critics are charging, perhaps correctly, Brandon timed his announcement to coincide with the release
of his sci-fi novel The Cryptos Conundrum. But what he’s done goes beyond shilling for a book; Chase
Brandon’s allegation directly repudiates the White House Office of Science & Technology Policy’s
contention that “The U.S. government has no evidence that any life exists outside our planet, or that
an extraterrestrial presence has contacted or engaged any member of the human race.”
Bassett extracted that pronouncement from OSTP advisor Phil Larson last November in response to
his first petition, shortly after the “We The People” website was launched. Back then, the signature
threshhold for elicting a formal online response from the White House on any issue was 5,000 sign-
ons collected within a 30-day window. Bassett’s petition more than doubled that, easily, as did many
other solicitations. So the administration wised up by raising the bar to 25,000 names. The direct
consequence has been a dramatic dropoff of interest in “We The People.” Hundreds of petitions
flooded the site during its premiere last autumn. Only 32 are active today.
Bassett’s investigate-Brandon petition, filed July 10, has garnered only 332 signatures at last count,
so it doesn’t stand a chance of getting the administration on record again. But should 25,000 names
really be the motivational standard for plugging leaks these days? Brandon’s Roswell allegations
reject not only the White House’s official position, but the CIA as well, which used diplomatic language
to call him a liar last week. Skeptics are dismissing Brandon’s claims as bogus, but if they’re right, it
raises bigger questions. Why did the CIA enlist such a loose cannon to protect its image in Hollywood?
When is it OK for a high-ranking intelligence official to make up stories involving national security?
Disinformation is obviously an age-old tactic to protect state secrets. Is it in play this time? Canadian
investigator Grant Cameron is attempting to gauge the public pulse on Brandon’s gambit with an
The 35-year Agency veteran is not backing away from his claims that the military recovered “a craft
that clearly did not come from this planet,” and has repeated the charges in multiple venues. Were
this a more conventional security issue, Brandon would likely be telling his story under oath by now.
And nobody would be waiting for 25,000 names to make it happen.
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|Its been a long journey for this truth and it's time it was told.
Ive met many of the primary witnesses myself and I'm
Posted July 24, 2012
|Colin Andrews with Apollo 14 Astronaut Edgar Mitchell in Washington DC and New York. Edgar lived close to Roswell and
knew many of the main witnesses to events there.
|Colin considers Dr. Jesse Marcel a friend. They spent time in Japan with one another during a special event at the Hakui Space and UFO museum
project. Jesse senior was the army major who held the fragments of the UFO and showed Jess a beam structure with glyphs on. Jesse can be seen
above drawing them for me on our tour bus in Japan.
|Left: Colin with German researcher Michael Hesemann, interviewing Lt. Crnl Philip Corso in Italy where a meeting took place to
place signatures for a representation to be made to The United Nations to open the UFO debate. Corso was on the staff of
President Eisenhower's National Security Council and claims he witnessed the Roswell debris and beings. Right: Colin
meeting outside The Security Council at the United Nations HQ in New York with Prof. Hoang-Yun from Taiwan who claimed to
have seen original US footage of the aliens.
|Left: Steve Bassett, Executive Director of the Paradigm Research
Group, who has done an incredible job on the political side of this
campaign for the US government to come clean with what it knows
and open its UFO files. Many other countries have now done so.