From: "International Business Times" By Inigo Monzon 07/04/19 AT 5:40 AM CIA Scientist Admits ‘Fake’ Roswell Alien Autopsy Video Is Real In Leaked Memo "A year after a filmmaker admitted that he faked the infamous “Roswell Alien Autopsy” video, a leaked memo revealed that a scientist from the CIA confirmed that the contents of the footage were actually real. The scientist noted that the alien cadaver featured in the video was authentic. The original alien autopsy video was obtained by British businessman Ray Santilli in 1992. He got it from a retired U.S. military cameraman while looking for archive footages of Elvis Presley. Shortly after, Santilli sold the clip to various TV stations, which then sparked a public frenzy regarding the existence of aliens. Although the footage has been regarded by UFO enthusiasts as the definitive proof of extraterrestrial beings, its authenticity was debunked in 2018 after filmmaker Spyros Melaris came forward to confess that he directed and produced the video. According to Melaris, the footage was shot at a house in North London. He admitted that he used animal organs and a foam sculpture of an alien for the cadaver. Even though the video was already debunked, new information suggested that it was actually real according to a leaked memo sent by physicist Eric Davis of the National Institute for Discovery Science to the organization’s founder Robert Bigelow. The Sun, which was able to obtain photos of the memo, the document was leaked via email to British UFO investigator Philip Mantle. It was believed to have originated from the archives of former NASA astronaut and ufologist Edgar Mitchell. The memo, which was sent on March 23, 2001, focused on the professional evaluation of the “Roswell Alien Autopsy” video by a CIA scientist known as Kit Green........" See whole article here: CIA Scientist Admits ‘Fake’ Roswell Alien Autopsy Video Is Real In Leaked Memo I saw it once years ago when it was first broadcast publicly - I wasn't impressed. Watched it again on YouTube tonight - I'm still not impressed. It looks too much like the image of an alien you might see in a B grade science fiction movie. But if you want to believe aliens are real, are abducting people, etc., then yes it is similar to the image of what some aliens are supposed to look like when described by some abductees. You would think that if it is definitely a fake, some tech orientated analysts could enlarge it and prove without a reasonable doubt, after analysis that it is a fake. = Has this been done ???