ISCNI*Flash thanks Errol Bruce-Knapp for the following translation from a short article in Portuguese by Luiz Clovis Bordin.
"Recently, in Varghina (Minas Gerais), UFOs were sighted, along with a supposed capture of an [ET] alien.
"The authorities deny it... [But] some weeks ago a high commander of the Military Police of Minas Gerais affirmed that three [ET] aliens were captured... They were taken to a military base of the Navy in the State of Rio de Janeiro."
An almost identical report was forwarded to ISCNI*Flash on May 13, taken from a recent Internet Relay Chat exchange with an English speaking Brazilian.
"The capital of Minas Gerais is Belo Horizonte, where I live," he said. "Varginha is a little city [near there]. Some months ago, two girls, about 12 or 13 years old, were walking at night on a street when they saw... a small being, about 1 meter [tall], three small horns on the head, a big head, big red eyes and long arms...
"The girls ran to their house, where they told their mother what they saw. The mom called the police. She believed the girls, because they were too scared to be lying.
"The soldiers of the firearm [this term, used several times, is unclear - ed.] -- they say it, but no one (except the government) knows the truth -- found an alien body somewhere near the place where the girls saw the thing (The ET). Some soldiers said that they were ordered to shut up!
"The soldiers took the alien to the hospital (again it's what they say), to the UTI or CTI, I can't remember, but there, no one [will] say what really happened!
"Soldiers of the firearm affirm that they saw the Alien body too!
"People all over the city saw UfOs on these days... And some people all over the city say they saw the firearm carrying something like a body."
This source said that stories of the UFO sightings and the alleged recovery of an alien body were carried on television and in newspapers. ISCNI*Flash has not been able to verify this claim.
Original file name: CNI - Brazil Alien.1st Report
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