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Disclosure - Military and Government Witnesses Reveal the Secrets in Modern History

Disclosure - Military and Government Witnesses Reveal the Secrets in Modern History

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Disclosure: Military and Government
 
Witnesses Reveal the Greatest Secrets
 
in Modern History
 "There exists a shadowy Government with it's own Air Force, its own Navy, it'sown fundraising mechanism, and the ability to pursue its own ideas of the nationalinterest, free from all checks and balances, and free from the law itself."- Senator Daniel K. Inouye"In the councils of Government, we must guard against the acquisition of unwar-ranted influence, whether sought or unsought, by the Military IndustrialComplex. The potential for the disastrous rise of misplaced power exists, and willpersist. We must never let the weight of this combination endanger our libertiesor democratic processes. We should take nothing for granted. Only an alert andknowledgeable citizenry can compel the proper meshing of the huge industrial andmilitary machinery of defense with our peaceful methods and goals so that secu-rity and liberty may prosper together."- President Eisenhower - January 1961By. Steven M. Greer, M. D.
 
Important Editorial Notice
 The preliminary edition of this book has been compiled rapidly in preparationfor urgent disclosures in the public media. The reader will benefit by understand-ing the extraordinary circumstance under which this work was created.Beginning in 1993, I started an operation known as Project Starlight under theaegis of CSETI (The Center for the Study of Extraterrestrial Intelligence). Thiseffort was designed to identify firsthand military and government witnesses to UFOevents and projects, as well as other evidence to be used in a public disclosure. From1993, we spent considerable time and resources briefing the ClintonAdministration, including CIA Director James Woolsey, senior military officials atthe Pentagon, and select members of Congress, among others. In April of 1997,more than a dozen such government and military witnesses were assembled inWashington DC for briefings with Congressmen, Pentagon officials and others.There, we specifically requested open Congressional Hearings on the subject. Nonewere forthcoming.In 1998, we set out to 'privatize' the disclosure process by raising the funds tovideotape, edit, and organize over 100 military and government witnesses to UFOevents and projects. We had estimated that between $2 million and $4 millionwould be needed to do this on a worldwide basis. By August of 2000 only about5% of this amount had been raised but we decided to proceed since further delaywas deemed imprudent given the serious issues involved here. So beginning inAugust we began creating the Witness Archive Project and we set about the task of traveling all over the world to interview these witnesses in broadcast quality digitalvideo format. Due to the severe limitation of funds, this effort was predominantlyprepared by myself and a few other volunteers roughly from August 2000 throughDecember 2000.The creation of a multi-part expose documentary based on this testimony hasbeen deferred pending suitable funding support.Beginning in late December 2000, I began editing over 120 hours of raw digi-tal video testimony at home using a dual-G4 Macintosh with 90 Gigabytes of stor-age and a digital video deck. I should note that I am a medical doctor and not aneditor. Nevertheless, from late December 2000 until late March, the 120 hours of testimony were reduced first to 33 hours of select testimony and then 18 hours of super-select testimony. The 33 hours of select testimony were dubbed to audiotapeand transcribed resulting in approximately 1200 pages of testimony transcript. InMarch and early April, 2001 I edited these transcripts into a readable form, whichappear herein.I must emphasize that this has been done under the most severe time and fund-ing constraints, working 7 days a week and mostly 18 hours a day. And I thoughtthe Emergency Department was tough!I share this only so the reader will understand that these transcripts and other

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