Toronto – March 2, 2011 -Â Captain Robert Salas USAF (Ret.) stunned a Los Angeles press conference by indicating that he and two other principals have faxedÂ New York State Congressman Peter King -Â Chairman of the House of Representatives Committee on Homeland Security complete details, including signed affidavits and other intelligence, verifying how and whenÂ United States nuclear missiles have been compromised.
In March of 1967 ten nuclear missiles were shut-down (rendered to a ‘no-go’ status) after a craft of unknown origin breached the air-space over Malmstrom AFB in Montana. It hovered over the nuclear installation in plain sight of security police.
King, also a member of the House Intelligence committee, has been in possession of this national security intelligence sinceÂ December 17, 2010. According to Captain Salas, he and the other principals involved in providing Congressman King with this intelligence continue to wait forÂ a response from King.
Captain Robert Salas USAF (Ret.) discussed this matter and other former USAF officers’ encounters with craft of unknown origin over American nuclear installationsÂ at a February 23rd 2011 press conference inÂ Los Angeles California.
The Incidents –
In 1967 as a Deputy Missile Combat Crew Commander (DMCCC) at Malmstrom AFB in Montana, Captain Salas told of how he came to witness the unexplained shut-down ofÂ ten ICBM nuclear missiles after his security team reported to him the presence of a large red glowing object hovering over the based perimeter in March of 1967.
Six other USAF officers experienced similar national security breaches in subsequent years at other nuclear installations in theÂ USA and UK. Their signed and notarized affidavits to this effect are reported to have been unveiled at last Wednesday’s press conference in LA as well as at a press conference at the Washington Press Club September 27, 2010.
According to USAF Captain Robert Salas (Ret.) and the other six officers, the compromising of US nuclear weapons by unauthorized means â€“ cannot be described as or considered anything else butÂ a severe threat to US national security- especially when the cause of the breaches were ostensibly triggered by craft of unknown origin.
Explosive Political Backdrop –
Based on interviews with Salas, his statements in LA last week and the authority of primary sources, one of whom is a Catholic priest residing in New York State,Â ZlandCommunications has learned that not only has this national security intelligence been sent to Congressman King and receipt of it acknowledged by his staff; this vital national security intelligence from United States Air Force officers (i.e. affidavits and event summaries concerning nuclear missile shut-downs) has been in the possession of Homeland Security Chair, Congressman Peter King since December 17, 2010 â€“some ten (10) weeks ago.
It is worthy of note that in the faxed correspondence to King, Captain Salas indicated his willingness to personally meet with the Congressman to review and assess all of the intelligence and support materials.
In a December 17, 2010 e-mail toÂ ZlandCommunications fromÂ Ms. Michele Ingwersen,Â Congressman Peter King’s Legislative Assistant and Scheduler, Ms. IngwersenÂ wrote,Â â€œWe have received your faxes and will show them to Congressman King. Thank you.â€
After several weeks, to clarify why no response had yet been sent to Captain Salas or to the letters of the other principals, ZlandCommunications engaged in several telephone conversations inÂ January and February of 2011 with Ms. Ingwersen. The repeated response to ZlandCommunications from Ms. Ingwersen was that she had passed the information to the Congressman. No other assistance was either volunteered or provided by Ms. Ingwersen.
E-mails to, as well as calls and voice messages seekingÂ clarificationÂ concerning this matter left forÂ Mr. Kevin Fogarty, Congressman King’s Chief of Staff and media liaison were met with no response.
Members of the press are invited to contact Congressman King’s staff members and Congressman King using the information below to obtain confirmation of these facts:
Michele Ingwersen Legislative Assistant to Congressman King – 202-225-7896.Â E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Kevin Fogarty Chief of Staff and Media Liaison 202-225-7896 -Â E-mail: email@example.com
King’s email address is: Pete.King@mail.house.gov
While Congressman King has been a leader in the ongoing effort to have Homeland Security funding based on threat analysis and is a strong supporter of the war against international terrorism, both at home and abroad as Chairman of the Homeland Security Committee, Congressman King has neither responded to nor has he yet taken a public position on the critical national security implications of compromised nuclear missiles on American soil by unknown forces as notarized by former United States Air Force officers Captain Robert Salas, Charles I. Halt, Bruce Fenstermacher, Robert C. Jamison, Dwynne. C. Arneson, Patrick McDonough and Jerome C. Nelson.
ZlandCommunications is confident that members of the press in the United States will undoubtedly wish to obtain a statement from Congressman King regarding the deliberations by the House Homeland Security Committee on this national security matter as well as his own position on compromised American nuclear missiles.
No public statements or postings on Congressman King’s web site have been issued to date that indicate he, as Chairman of the House of Representatives Committee on Homeland Security, may be at all concerned about the national securityÂ implicationsÂ of unauthorized nuclear missile shut-downs.
Background Sources –
– Copies of these military officersâ€™ affidavits, covering letters and faxed material to Congressman Kingâ€™s Washington office are in the possession of Captain Salas and ZlandCommunications. To view the notarized affidavits by former USAF officers go to: ZlandCommunications Document Centre
-Â Captain Salasâ€™ Interview on CBC television:Â http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7me4boq5Wyk
-Â Testimony of these seven former US Air Force officers at the Washington Press Club on September 27, 2010 go to:Â http://www.youtube.com/user/TinyInt64#p/c/0/aHPm5Hn1zMg
Captain Robert Salas USAF (Ret.) can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org or at 805-798-0813. Captain Salas.
For further clarification or questions – please use contact details below:
(905) 278 1238 |Â email@example.com |Â Toronto, Canada
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