From the Washington Post article:
“We do believe that something did happen at Roswell,” one source close to the investigation told The Post’s Jack Anderson and Michael Binstein in 1995. “Something big. We don’t know if it was a plane that crashed with a nuclear device on it . . . or if it was some other experimental situation. But everything we’ve seen so far points to an attempt on the part of the Air Force to lead anybody that looks at this down another track.”
Well, well, well … are people finally starting to catch on? I vote “other experimental situation.”
We’re talking about a 70-year-old conspiracy that’s just about to come crashing down.
Because, remember: Conspiracies are created and maintained by human beings. Human beings are fallible, sometimes catastrophically so. Hence, conspiracies are fallible.
And, did I mention, it’s all in Flying Saucers?!