Monday, July 9, 2012


Yesterday, on the 65th anniversary of the most infamous and widely-covered UFO crash in world history, mainstream media outlet The Huffington Post ran an article by journalist Lee Speigel reporting that 35-year CIA veteran Chase Brandon has confirmed the extraterrestrial origins of the craft and bodies recovered at the sight of a crash in Roswell, New Mexico on July 8, 1947.

Speigel quotes Brandon: "It was not a damn weather balloon. It was what it was billed when people first reported it. 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 claims to have come across definitive evidence proving the ET origins of the Roswell crash and  victims sealed in a box at the CIA’s Historical Intelligence Collection (HIC), an archive of over 23,000 volumes of intelligence history. Those interested in more revelations by Brandon may listen to an entire one hour interview with him on Coast to Coast AM, archived at the Silver Screen Saucer blog.

Fallout from this revelation has only just begun. Yesterday (July 8, 2012), Victor Viggiani and Nick Redfern went on Richard Syrett's Conspiracy Show and issued a public Open Letter to the CIA, demanding answers to six questions relating to whistle-blower Brandon's game-changing revelation. Because we here at FSV share their curiosity, we will be happy to re-publish their document as soon as a print version is made available.

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