Monetary Rewards for Disclosing UFO Secrets
Source: Larry W. Bryant (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Accordingly, I ask that you help me coordinate the
funding and publicizing of a monetary reward for information exposing
the current whereabouts of ALL photographic records of a "flying
saucer" touch-down at Edwards Air Force Base, Calif., in May 1957,
as recounted by former astronaut L. Gordon Cooper in his memoirs "Leap
of Faith" (see enclosed excerpt).
Such "essential evidence" -- kept from public
view for more than 40 years -- deserves special efforts for its recovery,
preservation, and display. No-one realizes this fact more than
a certain private citizen who recently has stated his willingness to
put up $2,000 of his own money toward establishing the proposed "Edwards
AFB Saucer-Film Disclosure Fund." In a nutshell, his proposal
would originate as a press release containing the following passage:
"NARA officials have agreed to provide matching
funds for any amount generated by this records-search campaign.
They also endorse the fund's founder's intent that this reward be used
in no way to encourage violation of any statute, to promote unauthorized
release of properly classified defense information, or to induce employees
to violate their national-security oaths. Information received
from informants will be directed, through the NARA point-of-contact,
to the FOIA manager at Edwards AFB, who will process it in compliance
with his duty to fulfill related FOIA requests. Under predetermined
guidelines, the reward's recipient(s) (and its ultimate monetary amount)
will be decided by a citizens panel convened by NARA officials."
At this point, I ask that you have your general counsel contact me promptly, so that we may proceed with further coordination and implementation of this proposal.
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