Skip to comments.UK's UFO unit says it will shred ex-X files
Posted on 02/28/2010 7:27:31 AM PST by ZGuy
Britain's defense ministry says it will shred records of UFO sightings after a huge rise in the number of reports submitted by the public.
The Ministry of Defense said Sunday that new reports will be thrown out after 30 days, rather than kept on file.
It means details of the sightings will be exempt from freedom of information laws that have allowed campaigners to force Britain's government to disclose details of apparent UFO encounters.
The ministry had 634 reports of UFO sightings in 2009, the highest total since 1978 when the public submitted 750.
In December, Britain scrapped a phone line and e-mail account for the public to report details of UFO activity.
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Realistically, though, I'd have to say that if space aliens really are visiting our planet, they certainly would've contacted me by now.
After determining that a high percentage of sightings originated at the University of East Anglia’s climate center.
This is good, because there is probably a lot of private medical information there, with all of those free rectal exams they were giving out.
I was going to recommend they call in the warmist to assist in the shredding, they’re experienced at disposing of unwanted data.
>> they certainly would’ve contacted me by now.
Just because you ignore us doesn’t mean we’re not trying.
They tried but thanks to your caller-id, you inadvertently screened them out........and you thought they were telemarketers.
It's nice to see my plan coming together.
Dang!! Why didn’t I think of that. That accounts for all those strange numbers that pop-up on caller ID and that I don’t answer.
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