Nearly four years ago, retired USAF Capt. Robert Salas rained all over Steve Bassett and Steven Greer in an essay called “The Idiocy of the Disclosure Movement.” As a launch-control witness to the extraordinary shutdown of a Minuteman nuclear missile battery by an apparent UFO at Malmstrom Air Force Base in 1967, Salas co-authored a book — Faded Giant — and told his story on “Larry King Live” in a bid to bring more transparency to The Great Taboo. But he sharply distanced himself from the “Disclosure Movement” championed by Bassett and Greer, whom he accused of supporting “every wild-eyed story or speculation about the ET presence that anyone might come up with.”

Still “waiting for proof” of Greer’s claims that Greer “had held an Alien baby in his arms,” and fed up with Bassett’s “generally unsupported statements and conjecture,” Salas’ frustration was pointed and succinct: “The public is not clamoring for action because they simply don’t know what or who to believe and take the path of least resistance, i.e., indifference.”

Well, that was back in ‘09. And even earlier this year, Salas had rebuffed Bassett’s invitation to be a witness for April 29-March 3 Citizen Hearing on Disclosure in Washington, which also includes an appearance by Disclosure Project director Greer. Therefore, naturally, it came as a surprise to see Salas’ name on the updated list of 30-plus witnesses. Volunteers Bassett: “Let’s just say we had a meeting of the minds.”

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