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  • UFO panel a blast from the past

    09/11/2012 7:01:37 PM PDT · by SunkenCiv · 9 replies
    De Void ^ | Tuesday, September 11, 2012 | Billy Cox
    Not surprisingly, National Atomic Testing Museum executive director Allan Palmer has triggered a whinefest for having the gall to sponsor an upcoming lecture billed as "Military UFO Files: Secrets Revealed." Mainly it's coming from the How can you sully the Smithsonian brand with little green men? crowd. Palmer doesn't care. Although the Atomic Testing Museum is affiliated with the Smithsonian, it isn't a subsidiary. And when it comes to UFOs, like most reasonably intelligent people, the retired Navy commander would prefer an independent inquiry to a laughably outdated government fact sheet. "Well it is a little risky, because we've got...
  • Ex-General to Oversee Guantanamo Trials

    12/30/2003 12:23:40 PM PST · by Dog · 6 replies · 192+ views
    AP ^ | Dec 30, 3:02 PM (ET) | By ROBERT BURNS
    Ex-General to Oversee Guantanamo Trials Dec 30, 3:02 PM (ET) By ROBERT BURNS WASHINGTON (AP) - A retired Army general will oversee military tribunals for suspected terrorists held at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, including approving charges, the Pentagon said Tuesday. Chosen for the job was John D. Altenburg, Jr., who retired as a two-star general in 2002. His last military assignment was assistant judge advocate general for the Department of the Army. None of the 660 suspected terrorists held at Guantanamo Bay has been charged, and although the Pentagon has not said when it expects to begin military trials, the first...