CAUS BULLETIN: Court Denies CAUS Appeal
November 24, 2001
"Even if eyewitness accounts prove the existence of an object, they
not prove the existence of documents about the object in the possession
of the defendant." --United States Court of Appeals for the
November 14, 2001
With that illogical conclusion the U. S. Court of Appeals, in a 4-page
memorandum opinion, affirmed the District Court's decision to dismiss
the CAUS lawsuit against the Department of Defense thereby foreclosing all
reasonable possibility of obtaining any information about the "flying
The absurdity of the 9th
circuit's statement is also insulting to those of us
searching for the truth. It is obvious that when it comes to unusual
in our skies, we do not have a right to know.
According to Circuit Judges Canby, Graber, and Paez, the fact that
there is a very large triangular-shaped object flying in ours skies with
unusual performance characteristics doesn't necessarily mean that the
Joint Chiefs of Staff know about it. Really now?
On second thought maybe our esteemed judiciary is actually criticizing
our military and not restricting our right to know? Yea right!
Peter A. Gersten, Esq.
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