Has the New Zealand Government released its UFO files?
At the beginning of 2010, it was announced that the New Zealand Government was "to release" its UFO files. This news received widespread publicity, on radio, television, in newspapers, and electronically via the Internet.
The other day, as it was almost 10 months since the announcement, I wondered if I had missed the release of this material?
The New Zealand UFO group, UFOCUS NZ was behind the efforts to get the New Zealand Defence Force to release its UFO files, so I checked with them by email.
Suzanne Hansen, of UFOCUS NZ, responded to my query. The answer was no, the files had not yet been released, and the release when it happens, would be through Archives New Zealand.
To keep an eye out for the release of the files yourself, you might wish to periodically visit Archives New Zealand's website at http://www.archives.govt.nz and search using the abbreviation "UFO." There are currently 13 files listed under UFO.
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