Thursday, March 22, 2007

Ex-Arizona Governor Admits Truth About Phoenix Lights

And it's being shown on CNN.

This is very interesting because at the time the Phoenix Lights happened, former governor Fife Symington had promised to look into this and get to the bottom of it.

The next day, he held a press conference and said they had apprehended the individual responsible for the lights, and a man walked in the room dressed as an ET, he turned the whole thing into a big laugh. By downplaying the event, he upset the many people who had witnessed this event, which was practically the whole city of Phoenix.

This is a pretty major happening.


From a Yahoo News Report

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At 3:32 PM, Blogger Richard Lalancette said...

I was wondering Brian, do you know if he was forced to do something like that?

It's quite a 180 turn he did.


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