UFO Lawsuit Dismissed
By Federal Judge In Phoenix

A federal judge in Phoenix has granted the government's request to dismiss a lawsuit brought by a group of UFO activists for information about a very unusual triangular-shaped aerial object.
In Citizens Against UFO Secrecy (CAUS) v. Department of Defense (DoD), Chief U.S. District Court Judge Stephen M. McNamee, in an 8-page decision, has ruled that the DoD had conducted a reasonable search even though it did not find any information.
In his decision, Judge McNamee stated "this case is not one over the existence or non-existence of UFOs, but whether the government has conducted a reasonable search regarding information on specific aerial modes of transportation.
A fruitless search is immaterial if Defendant can establish that it conducted a search reasonably calculated to uncover all relevant documents requested for by Plaintiff.
Defendant has met its burden by providing sufficiently detailed affidavits for the Court to conclude that a reasonable search was conducted in responding to Plaintiff's FOIA request for documents. Plaintiff has failed to demonstrate substantial doubt regarding the reasonableness of the search. Therefore, Defendant's Motion for Summary Judgment is granted."
CAUS attorney, Peter A. Gersten, stated he is considering an appeal of the Court's decision.


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