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  • Frits Westra
    Forwarded by: fwestra@hetnet.nl (Frits Westra) Originally from: Skyopen@yahoogroups.com Original Subject: [SO] Digest Number 1065 Original Date: 3 Aug
    Message 1 of 1 , Aug 3, 2002
      Forwarded by: fwestra@... (Frits Westra)
      Originally from: Skyopen@yahoogroups.com
      Original Subject: [SO] Digest Number 1065
      Original Date: 3 Aug 2002 05:58:37 -0000

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      Date: Fri, 02 Aug 2002 14:46:39 -0500
      From: Cliff Capers <cliff@...>
      Subject: [Fwd: Policeman Sees Giant UFO]

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      Subject: Policeman Sees Giant UFO
      Date: Fri, 02 Aug 2002 15:07:59 -0400
      From: Robert Goerman <robertgoerman@...>

      SOURCE: C.O.R. (Circulo Ovnilógico Riocuartense)
      DATE: 30-7-2002

      Policeman Sees Giant UFO
      **Was on Duty at the Time**

      Guillermo Arias, who provides services in the dependency of the town of
      Chaján, 60 km southeast of Rio Cuarto, was on routine patrol through rurla
      Chajan at 23:00 hours on Sunday, July 21, 2002, when he heard over the radio
      that his colleagues in arms over at Achiras were seeing lights in sectors of
      said community, and that they were heading toward Chaján along Nat'l Route
      8, which links the cities of Rio Cuarto, in Cordoba with Villa Mercedes in
      the province of San Luis Arias. At the wheel of the police patrol van, he
      managed to see a formation of 7 lights in the distance and decided to drive
      10 km along a rural dirt road. When he had covered said distance, he
      noticed, not without surprise, that the engine of his vehicle sputtered and
      died, causing the police car to strike the edge of a guard rail.

      Simultaneously, the lights on the van's dashboard began turning on and off
      randomly, the police radio went haywire and its dial displayed the random
      shifting of the frequencies (channel codes) while the cabin became filled
      with an acrid odor, as though of burnt wiring, and the interior lights and
      stop indicator, which were broken, began lighting on and off. Seized by
      fear, Arias leaped from the van and walked away a few meters down the road,
      losing his cellphone in the escape.

      The darkness was total, when suddenly, amid the [confusing] situation, an
      immense light emerged from a field adjacent to the road as a triangular
      object rose majestically into the air. Now, [the officer's] condition went
      from fear to abject terror as he saw what he described as a real "floating
      city" some 200 meters long with a long row of windows (perhaps as many as
      100). Arias claims having seen something move behind them, describing the
      movement as "TV sets which make lines and shadows" (sic), which he defined
      as "non-human", and that many beams of light came out of the giant triangle,
      aimed at the ground. The event lasted 2 or 3 seconds, but Arias "it felt
      like an eternity to him."

      The object suddenly rose and sped away, vanishing behind the hills of a
      local field. Arias's statement indicates that while the object moved away,
      the entire sector was lit "as though it were daytime", since he could
      clearly make out farms, fields, barbed wire fences, etc. and that the
      afterglow lasted another 20 minutes.

      Recovering from his nervous condition, he returned to the vehicle and
      notified his comrades of the experience, receiving radio instruction that
      reinforcements were being set out. In the darkness, he heard the cellphone
      ring, and that is how he found it in the darkness: his wife was trying to
      find him and his fellows. He told her briefly about what had happened and
      sat down to wait for the expected assistance. Patrolman Barrios from Achiras
      was trying to keep him calm over the raido, while Sgt. Medina, who was the
      first to arrive on the scene, and Sgt. Cordoba were among the subofficers
      who reached the area to lend aid to their comrade in distress.

      Meanwhile, other police elements radioed the incident to their superiors at
      Regional Unit 9 at Rio Cuarto. After learning the details, these superiors
      issued specific directions. In this regard we add that today, Monday noon,
      the senior officers of said police unit reported to Chaján to order a
      medical exam for Sgt. Arias and a subsequent re-creation of the events, for
      which they returned to the scene.

      There was news coverage from Rio Cuarto Channel 13, LV-16 Radio Rio Cuarto
      and numerous FM stations of this city interviewd members of the C.O.R to
      learn further aspects of this spectacular incident.

      Translation (C) 2002. IHU. Special thanks to Mario Luis Bracamonte, COR.

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