February 1, 2008

Alleged Purchase of Classified Documents Sparks Investigation


Recent reports to a U.S. Government official regarding the alleged sale of classified documents, has sparked an investigation into the individuals behind both the solicitation of the buyer, and whether the documents involved are actually authentic government documents.

In early November, Bob Collins, a retired Air Force intelligence officer formerly with the Foreign Technology Division and author of the book Exempt from Disclosure, published a statement in response to questions about an allegedly classified document from his book entitled “Adam and Eve Report”. In his online comments he wrote:

“It wasn’t Officially Declassified anymore than other material I have here. No government agency would acknowledge any of it, the same for the DIA docs. I paid Rick for his services so the material belongs to me…..Rmc”

Several sources who were part of the email discussions report that Collins further stated that the “Adam & Eve” information came from Richard C. Doty’s sources in 1999 when they had allegedly received payment from millionaire and philanthropist Joe Firmage in exchange for still-classified documents.

According to the government source familiar with the investigation, Richard Doty told Bob Collins that his sources were LANL (Los Alamos National Laboratory) employees, however would not provide those names. The source indicated that a preliminary investigation revealed that there were no such documents, and there were no reports of any security breach at the National Lab in or around 1999, and there were no such documents related to any past security breaches.

If true, and depending on the nature of, and intended use of this information, this activity could represent a form of espionage. Espionage, in the United States, is classified as “The act of obtaining, delivering, transmitting, communicating, or receiving information about the national defense with an intent, or reason to believe, that the information may be used to the injury of the United States or to the advantage of any foreign nation. Espionage is a violation of 18 United States Code 792-798 and Article 106, Uniform Code of Military Justice[1].”

Several members of the forum and individuals copied on private email exchanges reported these statements to a U.S. Official within the Intelligence community, in a position to investigate.

This official initiated an investigation into these complaints, and conducted preliminary interviews with Richard C. Doty and Robert Collins prior to passing the complaints on to CI (Counter-Intelligence) Staff. It is uncertain at this point whether a formal report has yet been submitted to the Justice Department for further investigation.

In a similar case in 1995, John Douglas Charlton, a retired Lockheed Corporation engineer, was arrested for attempting to sell secret documents removed from the company when he retired. These documents concerned Sea Shadow, a Navy stealth project and the Captor Project related to mines that could release anti-sub torpedoes. According to the espionage indictment, Charlton tried to sell the information to an FBI agent posing as a foreign government representative.

“Hill, an Air Force veteran, was paid $25,000 for files from November 1999 until last week, according to a six-page complaint filed in U.S. District Court in New York. He was arrested Friday in Las Vegas after allegedly faxing classified information drawn from computer files to an FBI informant in New York.”

If the Adam & Eve documents have any sort of classified information, as implied by those who’ve released them – Rick Doty, or whoever else took part in the financial exchange, can face up to 15 to 20 years in prison and a $500,000 fine if convicted.

If the documents are fake or fabricated – it is likely the investigation will simply be dropped.

 

Originally submitted November 15th, 2007 – RealityUncovered.com



Filed under: Aviary,Serpo,The Core Story,UFOlogy — Tags: , , , , , — Stephen Broadbent @ 1:20 am




January 22, 2008

Nothing Lasts Forever – Update


The following summary uncovers the motive behind the UFOlogy scam as operated by the Imaginary Intelligence Agency (IIA) outlined in our previously published “Nothing Lasts Forever” article.

“Imaginary Intelligence Agency” is a Fairly Unique Name Designating an Illicit Networking Group, or “FUNDING” for short.

This group of individuals have managed to create an illusion so great and vast in scope that millions of people now believe that Earth is being visited by highly advanced Extra Terrestrial life forms. We are also led to believe that these same highly advanced life forms crashed as soon as they arrived, leaving us with a legacy of reverse engineered anti-gravity drives, zero point energy devices, stealth technology and a concise history of the Universe stored on a hologram.

Why would this group want to create such an illusion in the first place you might ask? There are a large number of possible motives for such an endeavour. Disinformation and Counter Intelligence operations are just two hypotheses that have been cited for many of the strange stories in the public domain. While it is certainly true that various bona fide Intelligence agencies have conducted UFO-related activities of this nature in the past, one has to look elsewhere for the real reason this particular so-called “Core Story” continues to constantly re-emerge with newer and stranger additions.

As with nearly all such stories that end up being nothing more than faked tales of fiction, the common denominator linking them all together is financial gain – and that is no different in this case. We are not talking about book sales or the lecture circuit. The financial gain referred to here goes much deeper and involves many wealthy individuals who have been manipulated to part with staggeringly vast amounts of their money in order to fund “investigation and research” into those fringe areas of science which have greatly benefitted from – and in some cases depend upon – the very existence of those fictional crashed flying saucer stories in the first place.

Our -almost finished- report will name the people behind this long running scam and show in great detail how easily they managed to hoodwink the entire UFO community so successfully and for so long.



Filed under: Aviary,Serpo,The Core Story,Ufology History — Tags: , , , — Stephen Broadbent @ 4:28 am




July 3, 2007

Nothing Lasts Forever


We’ve all heard of the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) and the Defence Intelligence Agency (DIA), along with a myriad of other, acronym rich organisations tasked mostly with the job of keeping tabs on the bad guys.

I think it’s a safe bet to assume that none of you have ever heard of the “Imaginary Intelligence Agency”.

The IIA are so secretive, and so adept at maintaining that secrecy, that not even the operatives and field agents under its command know of its existence! This particular agency is run, like all others, on a strictly need-to-know basis, with the IIA’s “Director” deciding only he has that right to know. It may sound like a strange setup, but the agency has been running operations successfully for over three decades now – all completely undetected.

The unwitting agents of the IIA are collectively responsible for completely changing the face of modern UFOlogy. A central meme exists today that has absolutely no basis in reality, yet is accepted as fact by millions around the world. The director of the IIA has successfully hoodwinked not only the average person in the street, but he has also conned those agents working for him into thinking they are carrying out highly important and officially sanctioned work.

Our impending report will, amongst other things;

• Name the man behind the curtain
• Conclusively show how the deception was achieved and maintained
• Explain the purpose of the central meme
• Name the fictional support stories
• Provide a list of agent’s names

We already know what to expect from those that do not want to see the truth revealed. It started a week ago and is beginning to gather a small head of steam. So expect to see many ludicrous and untrue statements about us made in the coming days. Anyone in their right mind will see that exactly for what it is. Distraction.

Full report to follow.



Filed under: Aviary,Serpo,The Core Story — Tags: , , , — Stephen Broadbent @ 7:34 pm




June 21, 2007

Enemy of the State?


 

Wonderful, yet more nonsense has been released by those “mysterious” folk in the DIA, Believe that and you will also believe those “Drone” pictures doing the rounds are genuine too…

The latest batch of Serpo releases come prefaced with the following information:

Victor Martinez wrote:
“The Gate 3 Incident” is a subject that originally came up in December 2005 when I was in regular communication with ANONYMOUS of the “Project SERPO” disclosures.

Because someone let the “genie out of the bottle” (Paul McGovern?), I have now been given permission to release the following still CLASSIFIED information.

 

Isn’t that a perfect example of an oxymoron?

Does Victor have any idea what the penalties are for releasing classified material into the public domain? I guess not! Good job this is all only “E-N-T-E-R-T-A-I-N-M-E-N-T”, if any of this stuff were genuine his ass would have been hauled off to jail long before he even had the chance to post it.

Incidentally, isn’t it amazing how the dead can continue to post emails and engage in online discussions?

There was also this little nugget:

– BEGIN – ——————————————
This is raw intelligence material and dissemination to unauthorized personnel is prohibited.

This attachment was not given a security classification.

 

RU forum member Ray comments:

Anyone, regardless of their experience with the rules of military classifications, can see that these two statements are contradictory. However, those of us who know the rules of classified (or even potentially classified, such as “raw intel”) information are aware “raw intelligence” falls into the category of “classified working papers”. All such papers are required to be assigned a security classification, even if it is “UNCLASSIFIED”…it is positively stated as such.

People who have clearances are laughing their a$$es off at this gem!

You know, you could be forgiven for thinking the people giving Victor this stuff are making these mistakes on purpose… Either that or they haven’t got a clue how things really get done. Hmm, I wonder which one it is, maybe a bit of both?

It reminds me of all the long-discredited fake photos that Mr. Doty gave Victor to post on a regular basis, with the obligatory “assurances” that they were genuine.

Some people never learn, it seems!

Cheers,
Zep



Filed under: Disinfo,Serpo,The Core Story — Tags: , , , , , — Stephen Broadbent @ 2:23 am




April 24, 2007

A Few Good (Con?) Men


This post has been inspired by the latest writings on Dan Smith’s blog. Particularly “interesting” to read is what Dan thinks about the team at RU and what he thinks our agenda to be, or “not to be” as in this case:

“Truth is not an agenda item for RU”

Oh really, Dan? That sounds rather like a misdirection tactic to me. We’ve certainly had our fill of those in these here parts. I think it’s time to let Jessep & Kaffee do the talking…

Smith: You want answers?

RU: I think we’re entitled to them.

Smith: You want answers?

RU: We want the truth!

Smith:
You can’t handle the truth! Son, we live in a world that is the Best Possible. And this world has to be guarded by men with strange stories. Who’s gonna do it? You? You, Mr Zep Tepi? I have a greater responsibility than you can possibly fathom. You weep for Serpo and you curse the storytellers. You have that luxury. You have the luxury of not knowing what I know: that Serpo’s death, while tragic, probably saved faces. And my existence, while grotesque and incomprehensible to you, saves even more…You don’t want the truth. Because deep down, in places you don’t talk about in forums, you want me on my blog. You need me on my blog.We use words like Aviary, Ocelot, Disclosure…we use these words as the backbone to a life spent defining something. You use ’em as a punchline. I have neither the time nor the inclination to explain myself to a man who rises and sleeps under the blanket of the very information I provide, then questions the manner in which I provide it! I’d rather you just said thank you and went on your way. Otherwise, I suggest you pick up your keyboard and write a post. Either way, I don’t give a damn what you think you’re entitled to!

RU:
Have you lost your mind?

Smith: (quietly) I wrote everything on my blog in good faith.

RU: Have you lost your mind?

Smith: You’re goddamn right I have!!

Hmm, quite 😉

As I think most people are already aware, the truth is what we have been searching for since day one. Not a warped version of the truth, not a truth that has been wrapped up in nonsensical details that makes it unrecognisable as such, nor a truth with 90% left out. All we’re searching for is the plain and simple truth! Is that too much to ask for?

Cheers,
Zep



Filed under: Aviary,CIA,Disclosure,UFOs — Tags: , , — Stephen Broadbent @ 8:05 pm




April 21, 2007

The ET Republic


If latest events in this sector of the UFOlogy arena are anything to go by, we are led to believe that the “Powers That Be” in the USA hold all of the aces with regard to ET disclosure. These highly secretive individuals, we are told, are in possession of a knowledge that has thus far proved so devastating in its implications that only a select few have ever been privy to this earth shattering information.

Some of this information has leaked out into the public domain of course. Little snippets here and there, all filtered into the system with the prime objective designed around the gradual seeding in the collective consciousness of the reality of ET life.

Eventually we are sold tales of crashed discs and meetings with offworld civilizations. We are to believe that the US are in posession of alien technology and have used reverse-engineering in order to use that technology for their own purposes. Why anyone would want to reverse engineer something that clearly does not work in the manner it was designed to should be beside the point. Not only are we supposed to believe all of the above, we are also supposed to believe that out of all of the thousands and thousands of people that must have been involved in such a gargantuan coverup effort, not one single shred of hard evidence has ever been forthcoming. That is truly something!

Perhaps the crashed discs and the reverse-engineering are all fabrications as part of the seeding operation. That would certainly make more sense and would require far fewer people being in the loop in order to be successful. This is however not what these shadowy insiders are telling us. They ARE in fact telling us that ET came for a visit, crashed while parking, had a slight problem with immigration, but eventually phoned home and got it all sorted out. They also liked the natives so much they thought the folks back home would too, so they duly arranged for the lovely humans to go and visit their place in the sun(s). On the flip side, one of them liked the US so much he decided to stay there.

It must have been a pretty boring life for the little fella, what with trips to Disney World and walks in the park obviously not on the agenda. Instead, he would have to get used to being moved around in huge secrecy and with armed guards and monitors following his every waking and sleeping move. I don’t really understand what the ET would have liked about that kind of existence, but it must have been consentual otherwise our guys and gals wouldn’t have had such a homely and welcoming experience on his planet now would they? Actually, maybe that part was completely made up, as part of the plausibe deniability aspect to the story. Bit of an odd concept that, don’t you think?

Ok, maybe there wasn’t an exchange program after all, but that would mean that the poor old ET guy would have been held here against his will. What kind of message would that send to his people? Then again, we are supposed to believe that the ET’s apparently didn’t care that one of their craft crash-landed on a foreign planet. They didn’t feel the need to attempt to launch a rescue and recovery operation in order to get their people and equipment back. They must have known we were far behind them in technological terms so the idea of their property falling into the hands of the humans must have given them pause for thought, at the very least! That single crashed craft could change the whole course of history for the planet in question. It appears they need an alien version of the Prime Directive if you ask me. Oh wait, wait a minute. Some reports tell us they might have launched a rescue operation if the number of reported crashes are anything to go by. Guess what though? Yep, they crashed too. I guess they gave it up as a bad job after that and went home. Then again, maybe they tried repeatedly. And crashed repeatedly. Dumb aliens eh!

So, regardless of what actually transpired in order for there to be something to disclose, the simple fact is, apparently, that there is something to disclose. And only the US are in on the deal. Let’s not forget that part of the story. Over 6 billion people live on this planet of ours, with many different races and religions thrown into the wonderful mix that comprises humanity.

However, if certain blog accounts are to be believed, the vast majority of humanity does not have a say in this disclosure. Nope, the only people being taken into account are those of the christian faith that understand English. If Christ isn’t your saviour then sorry, you don’t appear to be part of this particular story. The end times are a-coming but before rising up to heaven we will be told everything we need to know about the aliens.

We assume of course, that these English speaking aliens with an apparent love for the American way of life are quite happy to allow just one nation to speak for the rest of the world.

“We are here, but please don’t tell those pesky Europeans or the troublesome Chinese about it just yet, we don’t really trust them. The Russians?! The Muslim and Hindu States!? Get outta here buddy! It’s baseball and strawberry ice cream for us. You can let those funky Tibetan monks in on the deal though, they have some groovy tunes baby!”

We are also being told we might now have to wait until the next US elections before we will be informed that our lives have changed forever. Elections in other countries are of no importance of course. The rest of the world’s governments go about their daily business blissfully unaware that their future on this planet is being decided by a very small number of people who send cryptic email messages to each other and occasionally allow a select few mere mortals to sneak a quick glimpse at the forbidden knowledge.

Don’t worry about it folks, disclosure is coming and it will be done through the medium of obscure web blogs and relatively small online forums. How else did you think it would happen?

Someone’s laughing, Lord, kumbaya…

Cheers,
Zep



Filed under: Aviary,Disclosure,ET,Serpo,The Core Story,Ufology History,UFOs — Tags: , , , , , — Stephen Broadbent @ 1:05 am




April 20, 2007

To Disclose or not to Disclose


“To be or not to be, –that is the question:–Whether ’tis nobler in the mind to suffer the slings and arrows of outrageous fortune or to take arms against a sea of troubles, and by opposing end them?”

Good ‘ol Will, he had a quote for everything. Were he alive today and dabbling in the court of the UFOlogist he might have said instead:

“To disclose or not to disclose, –that is the question:– Whether ’tis nobler in the mind to suffer the distraction and noise of outrageous deception or to take arms against a sea of subterfuge, and by exposing end them?”

The answer is coming soon to a website near you. You see, there is more than one kind of disclosure 😉

Cheers,
Zep



Filed under: Disclosure — Tags: , — Stephen Broadbent @ 12:22 pm




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