THE truth about UFOs in the United States could soon be exposed as government and military personnel break their silence on sightings.
The officials with knowledge of or experience with UFOs may unveil new information without fear of reprisal thanks to a new bill.
The annual Defense Authorization Bill could include linguistic technicalities that will enable current and former employees and contractors of the government to disclose their sensitive UFO knowledge to the public, WTOP reported.
Called UAPs, or unidentified aerial phenomena, speaking on these is included in the provisions made to the House’s National Defense Authorization Act, which was approved in July of 2022.
While the House approved a version of the bill, the Senate has not taken this step yet.
Kevin McCarthy, a House Minority Leader in the running to become House Speaker, stated that he would ideally delay passing of the aforementioned bill until the following year, as the Republican party he belongs to would have control.
Richard Lang, a UFO investigator and author, is allegedly in touch with insiders who have intimate UAP information that they would like to share when it is safe to do so.
Lang said: “If that language survives Congress and ends up being part of the act, then these guys are saying they’re going to start talking about stuff that’s happened.
“A lot of them are going to start talking.”
Susan Swiatek serves as director of the Virginia chapter of MUFON or the Mutual UFO Network, which is the biggest and longest-running organization of its time.
She said: “A lot of different people are coming at this from different angles in the government and in the military complex, and it’s all good.”
Swiatek hopes the passing of the bill will “get some fresh air on the thing and the power of the bright sanitizing light of day, and maybe get some of this stuff more out in the open.”
This year, Congress held a hearing on UAPs for the first time in 50 years, according to WTOP.
Still, it has been a long and complicated journey.
Former Navyman William “Bill” Cooper, who would later be dubbed a conspiracy theorist for certain predictions he made, was an early adopter of speaking out on UAP and UFO knowledge no matter the cost.
During his naval service aboard the USS Tiru in 1966, Cooper stated that he and other crew members saw an unidentified aerial object comparable in size to a “football field” repeatedly entering and exiting the water, according to Pale Horse Rider.
But witnesses were told by authorities that they had not seen anything – and were warned not to speak about it.
In 1988, 22 years later, Cooper began spilling his UFO experiences to the public for the very first time since the sighting via the paranormal bulletin board system Paranet.
He would later team up with John Olsen Lear, the author of “The UFO Coverup,” whose father was the pilot Bill Lear, the founder of the Learjet that had flown on assignment for the CIA.
Olson and Cooper would later write an entire indictment together against the US government for its alleged secret negotiations with aliens.
Cooper was a huge part of making documented extraterrestrial sightings less of a campfire tale, and more of direct political action.
Just this month, Area 51 website owner Joerg Arnu, who is not listed as any former government or federal personnel, had his home busted into and raided by the FBI, presumably for the contents of his site.
The owner of DreamlandResort.com, an Area 51-themed website, claimed that between 15 to 20 federal agents from the Air Force and the FBI invasively combed through his and his girlfriend’s two Nevada homes, the same state that holds the UFO-rumored area. .
The couple was inside one of the homes during the raid, when the officers allegedly forced their way into the door and dragged the senior citizens outside, detaining them and handling them “in the most disrespectful way,” according to Acesparks.
“I discussed the case with an attorney specialized in Federal cases,” Arnu said in a statement to the outlet.
“What I learned is truly incredible and in my opinion a much bigger story than the raid of my homes. What was done to me and my girlfriend, two unarmed, innocent, cooperating senior citizens, is apparently totally within the law.
“I have not been charged with a crime and all my attempts to reach out to the FBI to at least get my much-needed medical and financial records and passwords stored on the seized computers were in vain.”
The government representatives had no mercy on the senior couple, according to reports.
Arnu said his partner was “led out into the street barefoot and only in her underwear in full view of the neighbors,” while Arnu himself was “handcuffed and only in a T-shirt and sweats in sub-freezing temperatures.”
Nellis Airforce Base spokesperson Lt Col Bryon McGarry confirmed the “open investigation” on Arnu to Acesparks but declined to give any details about alleged criminal activity.
Dreamland Resort began in 1999 with Arnu’s work, and the site shows off drone footage of Area 51, satellite photos of the area, forums and articles surrounding UFO interest, and even a “secret” aircraft the US military has been developing.
He reportedly removed some of the media from the site after the scary raid, but, by his judgment, none of what he posted could be considered illegal.
As he is unlikely to get back the seized property, Arnu started a GoFundMe to replace the items.
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