The memo is dated March 22, 1950, three years after the Roswell Saucer article in the Roswell Daily Record on Tuesday, July 8, 1947. Although this memo doesn't actually mention the town of Roswell it talks about crashed flying saucers and 3 feet tall human-shaped occupants recovered in New Mexico.
I wonder how long it will take for the FBI to start denying it and making up reasons why this memo is a joke or 'swamp gas'. Although I've just realised that the FBI don't have to do anything. I've just been searching the internet for things to do with this memo and found a load of sites already ignoring what the memo actually says.
Read the memo and you'll see there is nothing ambiguous about it except about what to call the flying saucers.
Guy Hottel was a Special Agent in Charge of the FBI's Washington Field Office. The information concerning Mr. Hottel is in regard to a March 22, 1950, memo he sent to the Director concerning flying saucers.
Read the memo in the FBI's online Vault here
The Daily Mail have done a piece on the memo but they've also included some pictures from the well known fake Santilli 'Alien Autopsy' video and a Teletype memo talkng about a weather balloon.
It's the usual trick of mentioning UFO evidence but then covering it up in obvious lies to make the reader think it's all lies.
Daily Mail Story
Fox News also used the same sort of techniques. The newscast shows this document but then talks about another document not even shown in the broadcast.