|Date: Mon, 2 Apr 2001
From: Jan Aldrich <jan@CYBERZONE.NET>
Subject: Re: Battle of Los Angeles
This sighting is much more complicated than
Rense's site let's on.
It seems to me that the components of the incident were:
1) Navy gave the initial warning and an Army guard,
who wrote Ruppelt
2) The Anti Aircraft Artillery Regiment put up a weather
3) A large dirigible like object was seen moving up and down the coast.
4) Up to seven objects were seen darting back and forth
In the after action report, the Army admitted that much of their ammo was
It is interesting that the official accounts say that the Navy gave the
The "photo analysis" was unimpressive. Is he using the image from
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