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    UFO secrecy slammed at X-Conference

    Hundreds of people from the United States and around the world converged on Gaithersburg last weekend for the first conference dedicated to the government's alleged suppression of data about UFOs and extraterrestrials.

    The "X-Conference: the 1st Annual Exopolitics Expo" at the Gaithersburg Hilton was organized by activist and former political candidate Stephen Bassett, who finished a distant last in the 2002 election for Maryland's 8th Congressional District.

    His goal for this convention was the same as for his 2002 campaign. He wants to "reform, revise and open up" the U.S. political system.

    "This is not a UFO conference; it is not about lights in the sky," Bassett said. "It is about lies on the ground."

    Bassett says there are "tens of thousands" who believe in a cover up. A 2002 poll conducted by the research consulting firm Roper ASW revealed "that 72 percent of Americans believe the government is not telling the public everything it knows about UFO activity, and 68 percent think the government knows more about extraterrestrial life than it is letting on."

    Participants came to the meeting from Massachusetts, California, Montana, Florida, and many places in between. Others came from the United Kingdom, Switzerland and other foreign countries. In all, over 700 people participated in the convention, and they spent at least $40 per day to listen to dozens of speakers, including the renowned author Jim Marrs, author of "Crossfire: The Plot that Killed Kennedy," the book on which Oliver Stone's movie "JFK" was largely based.