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from the April 2009 Star Beacon
by Ann Ulrich Miller
sighting at Moricetown, BC
On March 8, Brian Vike, director of HBCC UFO Research, sent out
this “breaking news”:
“I just got off the telephone
as a person called me to file a report of something unusual that
took place in Moricetown, British Columbia (today), March 8, 2009.
From what I was told there was some kind of loud sounds coming
from the back end of a person’s property, this happening in the
“The person told another family
member who was there the next day about what took place and they
went out back to check to see what may have caused this commotion.
The person arrived at the fence line and did see where a moose was
present as tracks from it were visible. But what shocked them was
seeing large footprints from something. They appeared to be human
in shape and hair was found in the area as well. Also human like
scat is in the area. Pictures of the footprints in the snow were
Brian Vike was headed to the
area to gather some things together. He added:
“On another note, I reported a
Sasquatch sighting, or three sightings, in Moricetown, British
Columbia I believe on Jan. 1, 2008. I ended up having no luck
whatsoever talking to these folks who claimed to have seen these
creatures. Well, I will be finally speaking to one of the folks
who had a run-in with a Sasquatch in Moricetown while they were
dropping a letter into a mailbox. This meeting is set up. I will
get everything posted when I get back and have time to write
Brian Vike’s Web site is http://www.hbccufo.org
(Source: Aileen Garroute)
UFO makes Blue Mounds council agenda
An interesting item came
up on the agenda of the Blue Mounds, Wis., village board in
January. According to Mark W. Hadig of the Mount Horeb Mail, there
was a report of a UFO by Dennis Jenks of the Blue Mounds Police
Department (published on Jan. 22, 2009, page 3a).
Jenks reported that
someone called the police department to investigate a UFO that was
traveling along with the person having the sighting. According to
Jenks, the caller said the UFO was at the height of two telephone
Officer Matthew Kakuske was in the area when the call was given
out, but was not able to locate the source of the sighting, and no
further sightings were reported.
(Source: R. Heiden)
UFO chaser asks court to stop extradition
An AP article about computer hacker Gary McKinnon was picked up by
the Antigo (Wis.) Daily Journal, Jan. 20, 2009, mistitled
“Hijacker wants to avoid trip to U.S.” The complete article from
the New Zealand Herald (Auckland) Web site was from Jan. 12-13,
(Caption: Gary McKinnon hacked into 97 US military and NASA
computers, but doesn’t want to face an American court. Photo/AP)
LONDON — Lawyers for a British man accused of hacking into US
military computers asked Britain’s High Court to block his
extradition to the United States. They say Gary McKinnon has been
diagnosed with Asperger’s Syndrome, a form of autism, and is at
risk of psychosis or suicide if he is sent to the U.S.
Lawyer Edward Fitzgerald said McKinnon was “a seriously disordered
person” whose health would suffer if he were sent so far away from
his family. He said the danger would increase if McKinnon were
held in harsh conditions in a maximum security prison.
McKinnon’s lawyers are asking the court to let him appeal the
government’s decision to extradite him. At the end of the day-long
hearing, two High Court judges said they hoped to give their
ruling on Friday.
US prosecutors say McKinnon, 42, broke into 97 computers belonging
to NASA, the US Department of Defence and several branches of the
US military shortly after the Sept. 11, 2001 terrorist attacks.
McKinnon says he was looking for evidence of UFOs and only
succeeded in his hack because of lax security. British and
European courts have rejected repeated legal attempts to prevent
McKinnon’s alleged hacks shut down the US Army district
responsible for protecting Washington, D.C. and cleared logs from
computers at Naval Weapons Station Earle in northern New Jersey,
which tracks the location and battle-readiness of US Navy ships.
[Antigo has a paragraph break here.]
The hacker was caught in
2002 when investigators traced software used in the attacks to his
girlfriend’s email account. If he is extradited to the United
States, he will face trial on eight charges of computer fraud.
Each count could bring a sentence of 10 years in prison and a
$250,000 fine, but US prosecutors have said he would likely
receive a much lighter sentence.
Last week, McKinnon’s
lawyer said he was willing to plead guilty to a criminal charge in
Britain and face trial in his home country instead of the United
States. British prosecutors say they are considering the request.
Ann Ulrich Miller is publisher of The Star Beacon.
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