WILSON-DAVIS DOCUMENT FLURRY
I highly recommend you read posts on Richard Dolan's website, and watch the Wilson-Davis videos on Richard's YouTube channel. There are so many related websites and YouTube sites with information, including Grant Cameron, Project Unity, Dr. Steven Greer, UFOJoe, Silva Record and many many more. The Wilson-Davis documents are on Imgur and are linked to many of the listed sites here.
My comments at this time:
I do have deep research on the roots of this document. I have a lot of
research into EG&G - I am a former employee of an EG&G division,
I know the culture, etc. I have discovered some very interesting
information on a maze of things. I have research into one specific
defense company that is deeply involved in the issue, one that people
haven't found -- some know, and it isn't Wilson's current company.
In order to understand a lot of terms and processes involved with this
document, on SAPs and other intelligence/defense projects, you really
should start with many books, but Philip Corso's
book is important to read to understand the process of government to
defense/tech company for development, research, and secrecy. This is the
believed beginning after Roswell as to when these special access
programs began, how the secrecy created "stovepiping" situations, where
each one was contained and different people involved, a maze of people
and projects. Reading Richard Dolan's two books on the national security
state are also important reads.
Special Access Program (SAP)
A program established for a specific class of classified information that imposes safeguarding and access requirements that exceed those normally required for information at the same classification level (EO 12958).
I have mixed feelings about the documents. I believe the documents are valid. I believe there are important details in the documents. I don't agree with everything in the document as being valid, and there are likely reasons for those comments. Acknowledging craft is important, stating what it does about abductions isn't valid. So, who knows?
My concerns with the articles and some of the social media comments:
- I don't like people calling Wilson or Davis, or others involved "liar." It is wrong.
- Intel people do have to lie for their jobs, mislead, cover etc.
- I have concerns over the motives for some people running after Wilson, trying to prove him wrong in stating he knows nothing about the documents. In the document itself, Wilson allegedly says if confronted about the meeting etc., he will deny. He was trying to get access to a SAP that didn't directly give him access, even with his position. I am not clear on what people want to happen to him. I have asked several times with no answers.
- I have viewed many videos of Eric Davis, PhD. A recent video he did with the New York Times YouTube Channel's "The Basement Office" did give different body language and tells than other videos I have watched. I find many things about that interview curious.