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Deafening Silence : Media Response to the May 9th Event and its Implications Regarding the Truth of Disclosure

By Kolber, Jonathan

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Book Id: WPLBN0002827617
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Reproduction Date: 2001

Title: Deafening Silence : Media Response to the May 9th Event and its Implications Regarding the Truth of Disclosure  
Author: Kolber, Jonathan
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Language: English
Subject: Non Fiction, History of America, UFO (Unidentified Flying Objects)
Collections: History, Authors Community, Favorites from the National Library of China, Military Science, Literature, Naval Science, Law, Most Popular Books in China, Government, Social Sciences, Political Science
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Publisher: The Disclosure Project
Member Page: UnIdentified Flying Objects Awareness

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Kolber, J. (n.d.). Deafening Silence : Media Response to the May 9th Event and its Implications Regarding the Truth of Disclosure. Retrieved from http://www.self.gutenberg.org/


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My intent is to establish that the media’s curiously limited coverage of the May 9, 2001 ,National Press Club briefing is highly significant. At that event, nearly two dozen witnesses stepped forward and offered their testimony as to personal knowledge of ET’s and ET-related technologies. These witnesses claimed top secret clearances and military and civilian accomplishments of the highest order. Some brandished uncensored secret documents. The world’s major media were in attendance, yet few reported what they saw, most neglecting to even make skeptical mention. How can this be? Major legal trials are decided based on weaker testimony than was provided that day. Prison sentences are meted out on less. The initial Watergate evidence was less, and the implications of this make Watergate insignificant by comparison. Yet the silence is deafening.

 
 



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