Tuesday, February 23, 2010

UK UFO Files Edited

When investigators receive FBI files under the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA), they find they are mostly useless, because huge blocks information have been "redacted" (blacked out). The Independent reveals that the same thing is true for the Ministry of Defence UFO files that were recently released.
The Ministry of Defence had to blank out "uncomplimentary comments" made by officials about members of the public before publishing its UFO files, a newly released document shows.

Following a deluge of requests under the Freedom of Information (FoI) Act 2000, the MoD agreed to disclose its full archive of reported sightings of unexplained sights in the skies.

But a previously secret memo reveals that the files had to be edited for references to military technology, relations with other countries and insulting remarks about the public written by defence officials and police. Read more

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