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Product Details

  • Paperback: 196 pages
  • Publisher: Peregrine Communications; 2nd edition (2006)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0976642638
  • ISBN-13: 978-0976642633
  • Product Dimensions: 8.8 x 5.9 x 0.6 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 12 ounces
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (94 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,138,229 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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It's one stop shopping for ufo believers and non-believers alike. Pretty much everything you wanted to know. -- Carl Day, WDTN Ch2, Dayton Ohio, June 27th, 2005

Just wanted to tell you I am really impressed with EXEMPT FROM DISCLOSURE. -- John Schuessler, MUFON Director, May 26, 2005

Like the mix of photos documents and text. It made it extremely readable and it was difficult to put down. -- David Harrison UK, June 26, 2005

"(Bob):Paul McGovern has his own side of the story to tell. I had mine. If Paul's recollection of events differ from mine, then maybe we just saw it differently. Paul did not see everything I saw in OSI. Paul was not on a distribution list for OSI information. Paul only saw information regarding NTS or the complex. Any other information was compartmented within OSI. I resent some of Paul's statements about what I did or did not know. Paul knew I was involved in counterintelligence operations to protect classified programs. He sanctioned it and was involved in it. Lay people call it disinformation. People in the know calls it, "Counterintelligence-Protection-Operation (CPO).

Paul might know most of the story but he does not know it all, at least from my stand point. I read the same historical data that he read in the Digest. I don't remember it the same way he does, although it is pretty close. I agree, no MJ12 documents are listed in the annex to the Digest. But not all information regarding the program or our historical views are contained in the Digest. I can think of numerous things. None of Blue Book Files are contained in the Digest! Project Blue Book is mentioned but none of the files, especially file 13, are not enclosed. How can Paul explain that? What about the exchange program. None of that is mentioned in the Digest. Paul mentioned some emails ago that Yellow Book contained the visitors story. Well, Paul, as you must know, the Yellow Book only went up to just before Roswell. Ebe 2, provided us with additional information from that point on. JROD was a codename for an Entity, I agree, not Ebe 2 but another one. I read the information and I know Paul isn't correct in his statement about JROD.

As for abductions, I agree with Paul 100%. I did the investigations, about two years worth. I studied the phenomena. I did not find one single piece of evidence to support abductions. The FBI did an extensive investigation, as did NSA and DIA and nothing of facts were found.

The Gate 3 incident occurred in the early 80s, not 2002! you got that wrong.

As for Paul's statements about you, they are his statements. Just because your information don't always agree with his, probably most of the time, doesn't make everything you say false.

I don't agree with his evaluation of the book. I think about 65% of the book is accurate. The remaining 35% is either distorted or wrong. You can correct that information in an updated version.

Paul knew a lot and I respect him for making the statements that he did, but I also knew a lot and he has no idea what I knew and didn't know because OSI information was compartmented and Paul did not have access to it." --Rick Doty,Historical Review, October 24, 2005



Thank you for sending the book over. I found it absolutely fascinating. -- Stuart Miller UK, May 5th, 2005

Wow! Hard to know what else to say. I just read Exempt from Disclosure and my head is swimming. -- Bruce Maccabee, Phd, April 28, 2005 --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.

About the Author

Robert M. Collins, Author, Writer, Consultant and Editor, Adagio@gemair.com: A former Air Force Intelligence Officer (Chief Analyst in theoretical Physics) at the Foreign Technology Division (FTD) now NASIC, Wright-Patterson AFB Ohio with an extensive background in Aircraft Avionics Systems, Ground Communications, and Engineering Physics totaling over 22 years.

Rick C. Doty, Author, Consultant & Writer: In the spring of 1978 he was recruited by the Air Force Office of Special Investigations (AFOSI) to become an agent. He passed all the necessary requirements and tests and was sent to the AFOSI Academy in Washington, D.C. Successfully graduating from the academy he was sent to District 17, OSI, Kirtland AFB New Mexico in May 1979. During that first year he was briefed into a special program. The program involved the collection of intelligence and counter-intelligence information for UFOs and "other foreign intelligence." Recent accomplishments (along with other "associates") include consulting work for both the X-Files and Spielberg's "Taken." --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.


More About the Author

Richard C. Doty, Consultant, Contributor:

In the spring of 1978 he was recruited by the Air Force Office of Special Investigations (AFOSI) to become an agent. He passed all the necessary requirements and tests and was sent to the AFOSI Academy in Washington, D.C. Successfully graduating from the academy he was sent to District 17, OSI, Kirtland AFB New Mexico in May 1979. During that first year he was briefed into a special program. The program involved the collection of intelligence and counter-intelligence information for UFOs and "other foreign intelligence." Past and near recent accomplishments (along with other "associates") include consulting work for both the X-Files and Spielberg's "Taken" plus undisclosed projects involving disclosure avenues.

Robert M. Collins, Author, Writer, Consultant and Editor:

Born in Oconomowoc Wisconsin and son of an Episcopal Priest (Priest in the Anglican Church) moving many times in a church career eventually graduating from the University of New Hampshire with a major in Physics and a minor in mathematics.

A second career as a former Air Force Intelligence Officer, Capt, O-3 (Chief Analyst/Scientist in theoretical Physics holding a Top Secret/SCI clearance) at the Foreign Technology Division (FTD), (Air Force Achievement Award at FTD) now NASIC Wright-Patterson AFB Ohio with an extensive background in Aircraft Avionics Systems, Ground Communications, and Engineering Physics (graduate school) (Electro-Optics, Plasma, and Nuclear Physics) totaling over 22 years (Air Force Commendation Medal). His first UFO contacts were made at FTD starting in 1985 and continue to this day with research and publications.

Customer Reviews

This book contains so much new information and is a must read for anyone with advanced interest in the subject.
Keith S. Eckberg
In fact, we based the 3D models of the underground vaults that we used in the show on the drawings and information that Collins provides within the book.
M. D. Tudahl
Collins speaks from experience, not wild speculation and if one wants to know the truth this book will take you there.
RMorrison

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

81 of 83 people found the following review helpful By M. D. Tudahl on September 5, 2006
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I am a Producer on the History Channel show "UFO FILES". We have an episode being created right now about the legendary Hangar 18 and the UFO connection to Wright-Patterson AFB, and when I saw Robert Collins' book "Exempt from Disclosure", I knew that I had to have him on my show. This book is filled with a conspiracy dream: hidden underground bunkers, cryogenic storage of aliens, UFO wreckage, etc. etc. etc. ... and he backs as much of it up with stories from people who were actually in these facilities. His tales of Richard Doty and what he saw under the AFB can only be understood by someone who has read it, and I was fortunate enough to have the chance. In fact, we based the 3D models of the underground vaults that we used in the show on the drawings and information that Collins provides within the book. A great source of information for anyone looking to understand how the gov't could potentially have housed any crashed or captured crafts.

I cannot recommend this highly enough for anyone who has an extreme interest in what happens to UFOs once they crash. Collins takes a great deal of personal risks in even publishing this and I think he should be commended. If you are just starting reading about UFOs, you may want to read a few other books before you tackle this badboy, but keep it on your list for eventual reads. Remember, it is EXTREMELY important to reward people who stick their neck out to bring us this type of book. Buying a book like this sends out a signal to people like Collins to continue his research, fix the errors in the mythology of UFOs and open your mind to the possibility that we are not alone.

I wanted to add one thing to this review.
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52 of 55 people found the following review helpful By Robert M. Wood on July 22, 2006
Format: Paperback
The title is telling for this amazing revelation of detailed records of our historical involvement in the crash recovery and extraterrestrial biological entity interaction program. The author is Robert Collins, a retired Air Force intelligence officer formerly with the Foreign Technology Division. Included are intimate insights into the activities of Angleton, Allen Dulles, Richard Helms, and Richard Doty, one of the key contributors, as an Air Force Counterintelligence agent telling his story. This book provides a complete list of the "birds", people involved in digging for the truth in the 1980s. Quite remarkable is the relative detail about the physical configurations of the facility at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base used allegedly in handling aliens and artifacts. Also, Los Alamos National Laboratory involvement with aliens and especially the reverse engineering is described in unexpected detail, including some specific design information about an alien energy device. Detailed description of at least one type of alien is included. Supportive document copies and testimony of key security personnel enhance the credibility. Both the UFO researcher and the ordinary citizen need to read this book, because the evidence suggests that a major fraction of the reported history, although not rigorously proven, is exactly correct.
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28 of 29 people found the following review helpful By Janet Smith on June 16, 2006
Format: Paperback
Review for: EXEMPT FROM DISCLOSURE
J. Smith
[edited/rewritten by Victor Martinez]

This book was a lot of fun to read. It covers the history of the famous
'Aviary,' a group of men with various specialized backgrounds and skills
who attempted to cooperate with anonymous government officials who
supposedly wanted to make certain 'disclosures' about alien life forms
on Earth, and who were allegedly cooperating with our government.

The book has a few grammar errors in it, but the important issue is the
credibility of the main sources of the book. These sources worked at Los
Alamos National Labs [LANL], Kirtland AFB, Wright-Patterson AFB, and
Area 51 in Nevada.

Author Robert Collins does not claim that all of the statements and what
he surmises in the book are true and factual, but instead that he has
made a good faith attempt to ferret out the obvious fantasy, folklore
and urban legend, and maintain those statements and claims that are
worthy of further investigatory pursuit under the deliberative process.

He would probably agree with the statement(s), "The truth is out
there.." or, "The truth is in there . somewhere."

There has been much confusion and controversy about the subjects
presented in the book due some material being unsubtantiated. Collins is
counting on pulling together the stories of the actual players (and the
second hand statements of people who knew them) wherever possible,
knowing that time is passing and so are the fading memories of the
original witnesses to the events described therein.
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23 of 24 people found the following review helpful By Clark C. McClelland, ScO on August 6, 2006
Format: Paperback
I have known Bob Collins for several years. He has proven to be an intelligent, trustworthy, patriot of our nation with his associates, Richard Doty and Timothy Cooper.

This book "Exempt from Disclosure", second edition, has further substantiated his initial book by the same title with astounding new revelations. Especially those revealing the exchange of earthlings for aliens from other planetary systems. YES, our stellar exchange "students" for THEIR stellar exchange

"students", called, EBE-1 and 2 from a star, named Zeta Reticuli I & II.

What allows me to endorse this book?? I have been deeply involved with UFO's, aliens sighting events since 1947. As the former Director of the National Investigations Committee on Aerial Phenomena Unit-3 at Cape Canaveral and the Kennedy Space Center, Florida, during my career, 1958 to 1992.

With this book, you will learn what newspapers are NOT permitted to print - - the TRUTH!!

Clark C. McClelland, former ScO, (Ground Test Astronaut) Space Shuttle Fleet, KSC, Florida
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