February 18, 2011
Senator Scott Brown
United State Senate
317 Russell Senate Office Building
Washington, DC 20510
You have just published a personal memoir, Against All Odds, in which
you relate some of the challenges you faced as a child. As told in the
book and to Lesley Stahl of CBS's 60 minutes, you were physically abused
by members of your immediate family and sexually abused by a camp
counselor. You wrote that you overcame these challenges and went on to
have a successful life.
This is, of course, a very personal story that would normally not be a
matter for Paradigm Research Group to address in an open letter.
However, there are two aspects to your story which prompt me to write to
you at this time.
The successful life you achieved included becoming the junior senator
from Massachusetts where you now represent the interests of your state,
and of equal importance, the nation. In regard to the latter I noted
with great interest your comments on what it is like to be a sexual
abuse victim. You stated your abuser threatened to kill you if you told
anyone. Furthermore, he told you that if you did speak out, no one would
believe you. You made it clear this was not something anyone, let alone
a child, should have to face.
Senator Brown, there is something quite important you need to know.
Beginning in the summer of 1947, and more formally in early 1953, the
United States government instituted a policy of embargo on the formal
acknowledgement of an extraterrestrial presence engaging the human race.
This policy was initiated for national security reasons and pursued with
great vigor and considerable resources. This truth embargo, while it has
weakened considerably during the past ten years, remains in place to
History will argue at length whether this embargo was good policy and
lasted too long. Whatever that verdict may be, history will show that
information was withheld, disinformation was introduced into the public
domain, researchers were intimidated and perhaps murdered, research
organizations were infiltrated and dismantled, and witnesses to events
and evidence were threatened.
It is the matter of witness intimidation that is most germane to this
letter. You see, Senator, as reported to researchers, it was not
uncommon for representatives of the U.S. military and intelligence
agencies to tell witnesses they would be killed if they spoke about
their UFO/ET experiences. They were also told that even if they did
speak out, no one would believe them.
Senator, the Cold War has been over for twenty years. We are well into
the 21st Century. Does it concern you the United States Congress has
done nothing to resolve this matter and has next to no oversight of the
secret structures that manage the extraterrestrial issue? Does it
concern you that American presidents are not fully briefed on this
matter or the depth of their briefing if often based upon their
And finally, should a policy which at one time treated the American
people the way you were once treated by a sexual abuser, continue?
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