Wednesday, May 16, 2012

Amnesty for UFO witnesses and Milton Torres' remarkable UFO encounter

The Huffington Post is reporting that former American army colonel, John Alexander, seeks amnesty for members of the military who have seen a UFO. According to the story, the military threatens personnel with discipline if they tell the public about a UFO sighting.

Alexander cites the story of Milton Torres. He served in the U.S. Air Force in the fifties. In 1957, Torres flew a sortie where he was to shoot down a UFO. This thing was not a usual UFO. It was aircraft size. When he was about to fire, the thing took off at a speed that he estimates at MACH 10. He was later told to not talk about it or else he would never fly again. In 2008, Great Britain's Ministry of Defense released numerous UFO documents and Torres' story was one of the reports. Torres was finally allowed to talk about the incident. I've embedded the video linked to the Post's story. This is fascinating stuff.

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