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GAO Turns to Alien Turf in Probe; Bodies of Space Voyagers Said to Have Disappeared in 1947
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The Washington Post (pre-1997 Fulltext) - Washington, D.C.
Author: Claiborne, William
Date: Jan 14, 1994
Start Page: a.21
Section: A SECTION

Even though the "Roswell Incident" has been repeatedly dismissed by the Defense Department as nothing more than UFO fantasizing triggered by the discovery of a downed weather balloon, the GAO has begun searching for documents to prove allegations that the Air Force "suppressed" information sought by [Steven Schiff].

GAO spokeswoman Laura A. Kopelson said the office's investigation, first reported in the Albuquerque Journal yesterday, stemmed from a meeting in October between Schiff and GAO Controller General Charles A. Bowsher. Schiff complained then that the Defense Department had been "unresponsive" to his inquiries about the 1947 incident.

Schiff said, Archives officials told him they did not have the records on Roswell, even though they did have records of "Project Blue Book," a 1969 Air Force study of reported UFO sightings. That study, Schiff said, did not deal with the Roswell case.

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