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From: Janet Sailor
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Subject: MORE BREAKING NEWS -- ANGEL FIRE PARANORMAL SYMPOSIUM
September 6, 2010
Contact: Janet Sailor - 575-377-2667 - js@...
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Radar expert to argue government "tacit approval" of "aerial intrusions" into U.S. airspace at Symposium
ANGEL FIRE, NM - Expert radar analyst Glen Schulze was instrumental in exposing military misinformation surrounding the January 2008 UFO events over Stephenville, TX. Four days after Schulze requested detailed radar data from the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) through the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA), officials at Carswell Air Force Base outside Fort Worth, TX scrambled to "explain" why they originally denied deploying F-16 war planes into both civilian air space and the area of then-President George W. Bush's home. Schulze later co-authored (with Robert Powell) a definitive report about the attempted government coverup of the UFO incident at Stephenville for the Mutual UFO Network (MUFON).
At a press conference and exclusive radio interview at the 2010 Paranormal Symposium and Film Festival September 9-12 in Angel Fire, NM, he will reveal details gleaned from FAA FOIAs regarding reports of another significant UFO event during four pre-dawn hours on October 23, 2008 and challenged by authorities. According to Schulze, FAA radar antennas tracked an impressive array of slow-moving aerial targets over more than 20,000 square miles above eastern Ohio and western Pennsylvania.
"I will argue," said Schulze, "that my FAA FOIA radar findings are consistent with the claim that the U.S. government is tacitly involved with these nighttime four hours of unknown and beaconless aerial radar targets."
Schulze is a life member of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) and White Sands radar specialist with a special Army commendation for upgrading missile-tracking antenna sites for the White Sands Proving Grounds. He received wide-spread media coverage of his Stephenville findings, including interviews for the Discovery Channel and appearances on the Larry King show.
Schulze is not the only researcher making use of world-wide publicity surrounding the Paranormal Symposium in Angel Fire to release breaking news about UFOs and related investigations. Anthony Sanchez and Norio Hayakawa will join Dennis Balthaser in an exclusive interview with Jerry Pippin radio revealing compelling new information regarding the existence of a secret military base jointly operated by the U.S. government and extraterrestrials near Dulce, NM.
The Schulze press conference and interview is scheduled for noon on Friday, September 10. Schulze will include detailed data as well as a PowerPoint presentation. The Sanchez-Hayakawa press conference and interview is scheduled for noon on Saturday, September 11.
The general public is invited to attend both press conferences, which will be held at the Jerry Pippin booth on the mezzanine at the Angel Fire Resort hotel. Members of the press should visit the ASPE registration desk to request a media pass.
Detailed information about the 2010 Symposium and Film Festival is available at www.aspefiles.org.
Glen Schulze, from Discovery Channel interview with Charlie Cook
Photo Credit: www.angeliajoiner.com
Glen Schulze, from Larry King Live on CNN
Photo Credit: www.cnn.com
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