It is now established that the spokesperson for the United States Air Force chosen to issue an edict on the aerosol issue is a Master Intelligence Officer Lt. Col. Michael Gibson. Readers may judge for themselves the veracity of the proclamations by Lt. Gibson by reviewing his historical record of evidence and documentation on the aerosol issue, by reading previous Carnicom papers titled ’AIR FORCE LIES TO AMERICA’ (dated September 11, 2000), ’A RESPONSE TO LT. COL. MICHAEL GIBSON USAF FORCE’ (dated September 13, 2000), ’AIR FORCE INCREASES RANK OF LIE’ (dated May 22, 2001), and ’OFFICE OF SPECIAL INVESTIGATIONS’ (dated August 20, 2003).
The United States Air Force Office of Special Investigations (AFOSI), Andrews Air Force base, has recently demonstrated an increased level of interest in the research that is available on www.carnicom.com that examines the aerosol operations. In this statement, the United States Air Force has established itself on record as stating that the aerosol operations are a "hoax", and that these same aerosol operations have been adequately investigated and refuted by both the media and academia of this country. The description of AFOSI is stated as follows:
"The Air Force Office of Special Investigations is a field operating agency with headquarters at Andrews Air Force Base, Md. It has been the Air Force's felony-level investigative service since August 1, 1948. The agency reports to the Inspector General, Office of the Secretary of the Air Force."
This letter from the United States Air Force continues a string of the denials of aerosol spraying programs that have been witnessed by many and upon which numerous tests have been performed proving such programs. The claim by this member of Congress who wrote this letter claims as usual that the spray lines observed and researched are simply ‘contrails’, despite proof to the contrary.
Numerous response letters and other documents are provided in this paper that have been received from government and military agencies in response to inquiries sent to them regarding growing alarm over aerosol programs. These replies vary in their misinformation, contain lies, fabrications and denials of such programs, and have been sent from entities such as the Air Force, Secretary of Defense, Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), Greenpeace, Attorney Generals, and more.
Authored by Diane Harvey This document received by email on September 13 2000
Posted by Clifford E Carnicom September 13 2000