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“… Roger Leir, a California podiatrist … has written five books on the subject of alien implants. He has performed 11 surgeries to date to remove “alien implants” from abductees. He performs the surgeries for free through his nonprofit organization, A&S Research. Leir also was a consultant on the TV show “X-Files” and has appeared on programs on the History Channel and SciFi Channel.
“… The first thing I noticed is that there was no scar on either one of these cases. I couldn’t see where any object could go in. The first thing I took out was in the big toes. It was a T-shaped thing covered with dark-gray biological coating.”
“… There is one that really blew me away, even now when I think of it. There was a lady who came in, she had a marble-sized object in her arm that moved. And if you put your finger 2 inches away from it, it would come toward your finger. When we removed it, it was a pea-sized yellow object that was completely biological. It was not attached to anything. Now, I’ve done surgery for over 40 years, and I’ve never seen anything like it. ” – statesmanjournal
Neato. Read the DNA analysis of this Alleged Alien Implant (PDF) and learn some science. Here is another, which unlike ‘the claw’ above is as yet unexplained:
I removed the object from the surgical sponge and placed it in the solution of blood serum for safekeeping and transportation. When this was done I noted the stainless steel instrument I had just used to transfer the object had been magnetized. This again is strange because these instruments are made to reduce the possibility of this occurring.
The patient is recovering nicely from the procedure and has gone home to her family. We have just sent the soft tissue surrounding the object to the laboratory for analysis. The metallic object is about 6mm in length and is about 1mm in diameter. It is bronze in color and seems to have thickened and beveled ends. It is very lightweight and highly magnetic. Once close up photographs have been performed with such equipment as the atomic force microscope, the object will go for its first internal test of scanning electron microscopy. The full results of these examinations will be available in the Mufon Journal at a later date.