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Cover-Up Evidence

MOST BLATANT OF ALL THE EFFORTS UNDERTAKEN TO DENY THAT THIS INCIDENT EVER OCCURRED WAS THE ALTERING OF EVIDENCE BY THE OFFICE OF NAVAL INTELLIGENCE (ONI).

BELOW ARE TWO PHOTOS, THE PHOTO ACTUALLY TAKEN WHICH INDICATED A LASER MAY HAVE BEEN DIRECTED AT THE HELICOPTER AND THE PHOTO THAT ONI RELEASED TO THE DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE. THE DIFFERENCE IS AS PLAIN AS DAY AND NIGHT.

THE MISSION CONDUCTED TO PHOTOGRAPH THE KAPITAN MAN WAS FLOWN ON FRIDAY, APRIL 4TH, 1997, BETWEEN 1200 (NOON) AND 1300 (1 PM) ON A BRIGHT SUNNY DAY WITH CLEAR SKIES. VISIBILITY WAS IN EXCESS OF 10 MILES.

ORIGINAL PHOTO TAKEN IMAGE #16             

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ALTERED PHOTO FROM ONI

A view of part of the superstructure of the Russian merchant vessel M/V Kapitan Man, in Puget Sound near Seattle, Wash., on April 4, 1997.  The Department of Defense (DoD) recently completed its investigation of a suspected lasing incident involving this vessel on that date.  The results of the investigation indicate that the eye injuries of an American officer are consistent with injuries that would be expected from exposure to a low level laser, such as a laser range-finder.  However, there is no evidence to indicate the source of the laser or to link the officer's eye injury to a laser on the Kapitan Man.

 

IMAGE #38 OF KAPITAN MAN

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