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Revealed: The reason behind mysterious Sunspot Observatory closure

Revealed: The reason behind mysterious Sunspot Observatory closure

Court document reveals FBI agents shut down the facility to conduct forensic computer analysis.

There has been a significant amount of security drama recently that centered on the Sunspot Solar Observatory, a national facility on a New Mexico peak.

An emergency evacuation of the facility following the arrival of federal agents and Black Hawk helicopters, which then led to a 10 day closure.

“The FBI is refusing to tell us what’s going on,” Sheriff Benny House told the Alamogordo Daily News shortly after the closure. “We’ve got people up there (at Sunspot) that requested us to standby while they evacuate it. Nobody would really elaborate on any of the circumstances as to why. The FBI were up there. What their purpose was nobody will say.”

“But for the FBI to get involved that quick and be so secretive about it, there was a lot of stuff going on up there,” he added. “There was a Blackhawk helicopter, a bunch of people around antennas and work crews on towers but nobody would tell us anything.”

Once the facility was reopened, it was announced that the action was taken as part of a criminal investigation.

“AURA has been cooperating with an ongoing law enforcement investigation of criminal activity that occurred at Sacramento Peak,” AURA representatives wrote in a statement Sunday (Sept. 16). “During this time, we became concerned that a suspect in the investigation potentially posed a threat to the safety of local staff and residents. For this reason, AURA temporarily vacated the facility and ceased science activities at this location.”

But things are about to get back to normal.

“In light of recent developments in the investigation, we have determined there is no risk to staff, and Sunspot Solar Observatory is transitioning back to regular operations as of September 17th,” the statement added.

Now, court documents reveal that the FBI investigation required that the observatory be shut down as agents conducted computer forensic searches for child pornography.

The source of child pornography was traced to an IP address used at the observatory and a source within the building observed a computer with “not good” images on it, the warrant states.

An investigation by the FBI revealed that a janitor is the main suspect in the search, however he has not been charged with a crime even though his name in on the warrant.

The warrant states the suspect would use the observatory Wifi and a personal laptop to download the child pornography.

A limited number of people have access to the observatory from dusk until dawn, which helped narrow their search.

With the famous Roswell, New Mexico facility less than a three-hour drive from Sunspot, social media was filled with speculation the closure.

Sadly, however, it is just another awful case of predation on our children.


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Shut down the whole observatory rather than just seizing the computer? And they thought someone downloading child porn was suddenly dangerous to other employees?

This story doesn’t add up.

It does involve aliens and a message.

It would be more fun if it involved aliens and a massage.

“Extraterrestrial are here!”

“And they’re underage!”

Hillary’s 30,000 missing emails FOUND!

It’s safe to say the government is lying to us, again.

So they:

#1 Raid the whole facility and evacuate it.
#2 Use a Blackhawk helicopter (not in FBI inventory) but in DOD inventory.
#3 Evacuate the neighborhood around the facility.
#4 Agents are witnessed climbing up the facilities various antennas upon arrival.
#5 The facility and the neighborhood were closed for several days.
#6 The facility is located near White Sands Missile Range.
#7 The guy accused of the child porn has not yet been arrested.

Okay. We’ll play-pretend that story about the child porn is the exact reason all the above happened. LOL

I’m calling BS on this cover story.

    daniel_ream in reply to Same Same. | September 23, 2018 at 3:23 am

    The police/FBI know that kiddie porn is one of those charges that makes people’s brains fall out the back of their heads and forget everything about due process, and anyone questioning the charge will be tarred as defending pedophilia.

    It’s a great trick, except when it’s so patently ludicrous. And having made it so clear that they’re willing to lie about it, they’ve ensured that any future legitimate charges will be taken less seriously.

    My money is on military espionage. Someone tapped into the antenna and was using them to intercept signals, probably from White Sands.

Note to MIB, get your nueral nutralizer fixed.