The Ufologists mentioned by name have notably looked into the intelligence community's influence in Ufology. By doing so, they might have opened themselves up to occasional targeted scrutiny, depending on subject, even before the latest revelations about the NSA. I'm not saying they deserved it, just that they might have been close enough (but not correct) in some of their conclusions to garner some suspicion.As for the NSA revelations, "follow the money" is always a good maxim. Wanna bet some Booz Allen types proposed Prism to the NSA while rubbing their palms in anticipation of the vast sums of money that would be flowing in Booz Allen's direction as a result of its consulting to and staffing Prism?And, BTW, what is that "hero" whistle blower doing in China, home of routine government spying on its citizens' electronic behavior as well as hacking into public and private systems worldwide and engaging in intellectual property theft? Doesn't it seem just a little bit odd that's where he'd go? The extradition explanation rings bogus.Sorry for that digression, but this is a story I'd bet you has more sleazy layers than a strudel crust.
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