One of the most controversial documents to be uncovered in the anals of UFO research is called the MJ Documents. These documents were left under Jaime Shandera home door (as I recall reading) by an unknown source in 1984. At this Mr. Shandera was a producer in the Los Angeles area and was working with Bill Moore, to undercover the secret about the UFOs. At this time, Bill Moore was working with scientist Stanton Friedman and so the three of these men upon receiving these documents did extensive research. These documents have been re- published in a Richard Hall's book, "Uninvited Quests" as well as "Crash at Corona" by Stanton Friedman and Don Berliner in 1992. Mr. Friedman believes based on other documents they found in the National Archieve that the documents are geninue and other researchers have found some inconsistancies with page number and type face of the 1950's.
Revelations concerning MJ-12 according to Colonel Steve Wilson, USAF (ret.), former director of Project Pounce
NOTE From Dave........
Col. Wilson is the owner of a well known news group called "SKYWATCH". I believe the Col. is a straight shooter for the most part, but once in a while he comes up with some really far fetched claims, which makes me question his credibility.
Some well known researchers, whom I have complete faith in, won't accept anything he says. Primarily because the Col. has never documented his claimed military credentials, nor has he offered any hard evidence to substantiate his claims.
What follows is an example.
Stan Friedman has done extensive research on the MJ-12 subject and written a book with all the supporting evidence. Much of what the Col. says is verifiable in Stan's book. However, much is not, and the Col. has not offered any evidence supporting any of it.
What the fuss is all about. Are they forgeries?
On December 11, 1984, TV Producer Jaime Shandera found two
documents stamped TOP SECRET in his mailbox. One was dated
September 24, 1947, the other November 18, 1952. The first was
signed by President Harry Truman. The second was addressed to
President Dwight Eisenhower from Admiral Roscoe H.
Hillenkoetter, a former director of CIA.
The SOM-01-1 manual arrived in the mail to Don Berliner as a roll of film from an anonymous source. This immediately raises suspicions, since there is no identifiable source whose veracity and reputation can be checked and no original documents that can be subjected to forensic analysis. The manual has been carefully examined by the undersigned parties, whose collective experience includes military service in all three major branches; processing and handling of highly classified military documents; analysis and reporting on Government documents of various types; historical scholarship; and extensive knowledge of military, government, and UFO affairs.