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Written by Grant Cameron   
Friday, 17 February 2012 03:10

 

The Goldwater letters run from 1966 to 1996. You will note that after 1981 when Goldwater becomes Chairman of Senate Intelligence Committee he no longer says I don't know much more than the man on the street.

1967 regarding the release of the “sensitive” files at WPAFB. If they were released “I think the information would be meager and not be substantiated fully”… “I can understand the sensitive and secret nature of these files”

In 1974 “I have no information that is not available to you and I am not aware exactly of what the Air Force might have…”

November 1974 - “I have tried in the years past to have the material collected by the Air Force to no avail. It is still classified above top secret. I have, however, heard that there is a plan underway to release some if not all, of this material in a book in the relative near future.”

November 1975 “It is still classified Top Secret. I have heard that there is a plan under way to release some, if not all, of this material in the near future.”

March 1975 – “It is still classified above Top Secret. I have, however, heard that there is a plan under way to release some, if not all of this material in the near future.”

May 1975 – “It is still classified above Top Secret. I have, however, that there is a plan to release some, if not all of this material in the near future, and I hope this is carried out.”

November 1975 - “It is still classified above Top Secret. I have, however, that there is a plan to release some, if not all of this material in the near future. I’m just as anxious to see this material as you are, and I hope we will not have to wait much longer.”

May 1977 – “If my secretary comes into my office and said, ‘there’s little man outside – he’s green—he has three eyes and an antenna coming out of his head,’ I would say,’ Show him in,’ because I wouldn’t be surprised.”

Februay 1978 – “I made an attempt to get into the room at Wright-Patterson Field where information was stored and I was denied this request, understandably. Frankly, I’m no expert on this subject; I’ve never made lengthy statements on it. What I’ve told you just about sums it up.”

June 27, 1978 to Col. Bill Coleman – ‘I will argue either way about UFOs; I can’t turn a blind eye to it. Something has to be there.”

November 1978 – “I truly doubt the Air Force has classified information on this subject not available to me.”

April 1980 – “He (LeMay) told me in no uncertain terms that I could not visit it and, furthermore, that he could not visit it either. After that I just left it alone and forgot about it. However, I believe that the material has been spread around into different archives of the Air Force.”

July 1980 – I have never been allowed to see the material that the Air Force collected, and I don’t blame them. I think it should be kept secret, but I hope one of these days we are going to know the whole story, and I hope I am around when it all comes to light.”

May 1981 – “The reason I wanted to see the highly classified files on UFOs at Wright Patterson was not to see any remains, because I don’t know of any UFO that supposedly crashed.”

July 15, 1981 –“Relative to your question about the accuracy of the details in the “Roswell Incident,” they are partially true, but not completely. I can’t give you any other answer than that so please don’t push it.”

August 31, 1981 – “I have been interested in this subject for a long time and I do know that whatever the Air Force has on the subject is going to remain highly classified.”

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