"...During amacizia times, the persons involved in it often had to behave, let's say, not so honestly: the most common crimes consisted in smuggling radioactive materials through customs, all over Europe. After thinking about it, I decided to quote the details (at least in part of this activity). After all, we damaged nobody in doing so, and probably from a legal point of view this crime is no longer prosecutable. Other items, much more serious ones, have been smuggled, but I obviously am not going to go on speaking about them!"
Some legitimate questions arise from this quote; why would the occupants require people to smuggle this type of material and more around in secret if they were so advanced? He also denies speculation that UFOs are part of some "fifth column" world power. If we are to believe the Amacizia case (and there is a huge amount of evidence arising) it certainly paints the occupants in a questionable and curious light. New photos to come.
A UFO from the Amicizia case-the top bit of the craft is allegedly condensation not part of the craft..
Below-Vimana with masts photographed by Bruno Ghibaudi at Pescara
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