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Friday, December 7, 2012

UFO CRASHES OFF OKINAWA

UFO Crashes Off Okinawa, Japanese Navy Secures Area, Releases Photo

According to the site In Other Newz, Nippon Television reported December 5th that “an Unidentified Flying Object, a UFO, went down off the coast of Okinawa, an island at the southern tip of Japan. Several news crews, along with police and emergency vehicles, rushed to the scene just in time to see the UFO sink into the water, according to multiple sources.”  
UFO photo purportedly released by Japanese Navy
 
Japanese Navy officials have released the first ever photo of the UFO that crashed off the coast of Okinawa yesterday. The photo appears grainy and somewhat unclear since the vessel is submerged underwater but clearly shows a power source still glowing brightly atop the aircraft’s dome.

“We wanted to release this photo to the world and confirm the reports issued yesterday,” said Japanese Navy spokesman Yoshido Hari. “This picture will give credence to what some of our citizens living on Okinawa witnessed yesterday. We clearly still have many days of salvaging ahead of us but we will take our time and bring the aircraft up in one piece. We must preserve the object as much as possible.”

Numerous reports began to circulate around the globe yesterday about a possible UFO crash off the coast of Okinawa. Many people, including the mainstream media, believed the reports to be false or an elaborate prank. The picture snapped by Japanese Navy divers will put those thoughts of falsity to rest.

“This is not a joke,” said Hari, speaking candidly to reporters. “We have clear evidence at the bottom of the ocean that indicates UFO presence. What the world once thought virtually impossible is now a reality. It is up to us to preserve that reality in order to study the structure of the vessel and perhaps even the alien lifeforms inhabiting it.”

Several scientists from the United States have already been dispatched by the U.S. government and will arrive in Tokyo sometime today. It is unclear, however, if the vessel will be moved to the capital city for further study and research or if it will remain housed in a hangar on Okinawa.

“At this early junction, we can’t say for sure where we will be conducting our studies,” said Hari. “Our main objective at the moment is salvaging the giant aircraft in one piece. We must get it out of the water before saltwater eats away critical pieces. Obviously, keeping the structure intact would be optimal.”

Asked if the Japanese Navy had any intentions of releasing future photos of the downed UFO, Hari commented, “At this time we have no other photos to release. The water is somewhat murky and the picture released to the world this morning is the best quality available at this time. We will try to produce other photos of the vessel as conditions improve.”

Japanese Prime Minister Yoshihiko Noda is expected to arrive on the small island sometime tomorrow to speak with Navy representatives regarding the salvaging of the UFO. Needless to say, the Japanese government has a huge interest in preserving the aircraft as it will be used for future research endeavors.
It  was a good story and well written but unfortunately appears not to be true.  No Japanese news sources are reporting the event. 

What appears to be a pink-colored UFO hovering in the sky in these Google street view images of Jacksonville, Texas is suspiciously similar to the UFO photo allegedly released by the Japanese Navy.  Do the images below  offer confirmation of the story or confirmation of a hoax?  
 http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2012/09/29/ufo-shows-up-on-google-street-view_n_1924422.html
Googleearthufo
Another view of the pink UFO seen on the Google street cam.  
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The story of the sunken UFO is appearing at many UFO sites from only from In Other Newz, but not in Japanese print media.  A search of YouTube while turning up videos of recent UFO sightings in Japan, shows no evidence of a UFO crash in Okinawa.  

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