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Antonio Huneeus – Behind the Scenes at the UFO Hearing – May 13, 2013

antonio_2012-sqrOpen Minds UFO Radio: Open Minds journalist, Antonio Huneeus, was one of the UFO experts testifying at the Citizen Hearing on Disclosure. Now that he is back, we will get a behind the scenes look at the Hearing. Former congressman Mike Gravel, after hearing the testimony, suggested that the United Nations be the hub for international UFO investigations. Antonio was present in the late 1970’s when this was attempted in the past. We will discuss how this idea could be rekindled, and what it would take to get the ball rolling again.

 

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About Alejandro Rojas

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Alejandro Rojas is a radio host for Open Minds Radio, editor and contributing writer for Open Minds magazine as well as OpenMinds.tv. For several years Alejandro was the official spokesperson for the Mutual UFO Network as the Director of Public Education. As a UFO/Paranormal researcher and journalist, Alejandro has spent many hours in the field investigating phenomena up close and personal. Alejandro has been interviewed by media organizations around the world, including the largest cable and network news agencies with several appearances on Coast to Coast AM.

5 comments

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    You guys are a joke, you are claiming insane prices for your videos putting even Hollywood themselves to shame..

    Are you into UFO´s trying to find out the truth that all people have the right to know or just moneymaking machine? How come the other guys into this able to move their videos out to the public for everyone to see or only charging a minimal fee to cover costs..? You guys want $250 for a box which is way way beyond covering filming cost etc (that basically is free if you do so yourselves) and for christ sake let people download the video after purchase and you can lower fees even more. 100 people do NOT need to earl a living form this, it is simple really we who are into this are into it for the truth and not for sick disgusting greed!

    Shame on you and may you go under asap!

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    Jason McClellan

    Just slightly more than $10 per DVD is expensive?
    It would be great if a company could publish a magazine, produce a conference, run a website, and maintain its staff all for free. But these things do require money.

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    WILLIAM GALISON

    Damn straight Jason!

    People are used to getting media for free these days. “Free of you do it yourself”!!!!! All you need to do is buy several high quality video cameras, hire operators, put them all up in Washington DC hotels for a week. edit and package….. FREE!

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    Arne, are you always this positive or do you have to work at it? If you do not want the videos, you don’t have to buy them. Please take a deep breath before you post comments like this. People do have to make a living or do you think people should work for free to cater to your needs.

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    I will be ordering my DVDs. This idea of everything for free is so dumb. It costs money to do all this, but that isn’t the driving force, people so easily forget that. We all live in he real world where things cost money. Perhaps if you can’t afford it you could offer what you can afford and see what response you get. Might be better than you think. Much better than writing a misinformed criticism. I thoroughly enjoyed the whole event!

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