As per the documents of federal court, the incomprehensible 11-day shutdown of a New Mexico solar observatory house restricted from an FBI investigation of a custodian presumed of using the facilities of the service of wireless internet to reciprocation of child pornography.

In New Mexico, the National Solar Observatory in Sunspot was moved out without any public clarification on Sept 6, based on a twist of social media interaction and the gossips steered by its closeness to two  US military installations and the city of Roswell.

Roswell was in the field of a renowned 1947 sighting of-of unrecognized floating objects, assumedly two hours away by car from the observatory. The US air force later informed that was top hiding high -altitude weather balloons.

UFO scheming fables showed a flying saucer collided near Roswell, and that persists of the craft and the immigrant crew were hidden eliminated from the crash site by the government and received to a top-secret test site for examination in Nevada.

The riddle of the Sunspot Observatory shutdown authenticated far less intricate. It was finally clarified in currently unleaked FBI records, including an application containing 39-page for a warrant to find out the suspect’s address.

A representative of FBI wrote in the statement that she was, “ investigating the activities of an individual who was utilizing the wireless internet service of the National Solar Observatory in Sunspot, New Mexico, to download and distribute child photography.”

The written statement of FBI recognized the suspect as a custodian under contract to dismiss the facility, whose laptop was found to be used to connect to the wireless system of the observatory.

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