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    The UFO Movie THEY Don't Want You to See (2023)

    "The UFO Movie THEY Don't Want You to See" is a feature-length indie documentary film produced by Brian Dunning. In an age when misinformation, alternative facts, and conspiracy theories have become mainstream, UFOs have risen to become one of the most-talked about pop culture phenomena. With all of this noise, how can we expect anyone to know how much of this is true? What is in our skies? What do we know, and how do we know it? And most importantly: Are we being visited?

    Science does have most of these answers, and we're working on answering the rest of them. The film features experts in:

    • Physics & relativity
    • Exobiology
    • Exoplanetary spectral analysis
    • Image analysis
    • Pilot training and air traffic control
    • Defense

    "The UFO Movie THEY Don't Want You to See" lays out for you exactly what we know and how we know it.

    No one person can ever change the truth, but the truth, once learned, can and will change the person

    You must be the change you wish to see in the world when you are through changing, you are through


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    In August 2008, eBay filed suit against Dunning, accusing him of defrauding eBay and eBay affiliates in a cookie-stuffing scheme for his company, Kessler's Flying Circus. In June 2010, based on the same allegations and following an investigation by the Federal Bureau of Investigation, a grand jury indicted Dunning on charges of wire fraud.[25] On April 15, 2013, in the San Jose, California, U.S. District Court, as part of a plea agreement, Dunning pleaded guilty to wire fraud.[26] The eBay civil suit was dismissed in May 2014 after the parties came to an agreement, while Dunning was sentenced in August 2014 to fifteen months in prison as a result of his company receiving between $200,000 and $400,000 in fraudulent commissions from eBay.[27][28][29] In a statement on his website, Dunning explained the circumstances, and initially accepted responsibility for his actions,[28] although in a later account claimed to have been in the right and to have only pled guilty in order to protect his family and to avoid a longer jail term.[30]

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    Quote Originally posted by Emil El Zapato View Post

    Source: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=df6RK8MlST0


    Wire fraud case

    In August 2008, eBay filed suit against Dunning, accusing him of defrauding eBay and eBay affiliates in a cookie-stuffing scheme for his company, Kessler's Flying Circus. In June 2010, based on the same allegations and following an investigation by the Federal Bureau of Investigation, a grand jury indicted Dunning on charges of wire fraud.[25] On April 15, 2013, in the San Jose, California, U.S. District Court, as part of a plea agreement, Dunning pleaded guilty to wire fraud.[26] The eBay civil suit was dismissed in May 2014 after the parties came to an agreement, while Dunning was sentenced in August 2014 to fifteen months in prison as a result of his company receiving between $200,000 and $400,000 in fraudulent commissions from eBay.[27][28][29] In a statement on his website, Dunning explained the circumstances, and initially accepted responsibility for his actions,[28] although in a later account claimed to have been in the right and to have only pled guilty in order to protect his family and to avoid a longer jail term.[30]
    So the point is that "What fighter pilot trying to gauge an object would not check instruments to determine distance, elevation and velocity of a potential target." If the answer is not none, then the U.S. is in big trouble. Not to mention the reports have firm numbers on those parameters. Just another skeptophrenic is my assessment.

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