A citizens hearing on UFO disclosure was recently held at the National Press Club in Washing, DC. A number of professors, historians, scientists, high ranking political and military personnel gathered from April 29th to May 3rd to elaborate on the ongoing reality of the UFO phenomenon.
High ranking political and military figures coming forward is nothing new. In recent history, we’ve seen them gather at the national press club and give multiple interviews as well as share information. We’ve seen Defence Ministers, Generals, Colonels, Astronauts and more come forward. We’ve also seen official files released from dozens of governments and three letter agencies indicating the reality of this phenomenon. You can read more about this here.
At the conference, a former CIA official came forward for the first time to give a gripping testimony about the reality of UFOs. The 77 year old man only has a few months left to live. It is clear he is in poor health but nonetheless the man who worked for the CIA under President Dwight Eisenhower in 1958 chose to break his long-held silence as he approached the end of his life.
What gives further credibility to this testimony is that it’s presented by historian, author and UFO researcher Richard Dolan. Richard is a well respected academic who has played an enormous role in the process of UFO disclosure.
This is a great example of the fear involved with breaking a national security oath. These men are sworn to secrecy with severe consequences, such as death if they break it. This man is on his death bed and still remains anonymous.
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