UFO Report Due In June, As Government Is Accused Of Withholding Info

Watch VideoSean Cahill was aboard the USS Princeton in 2004 when he saw a now-famous sight: “I saw five to seven lights in the sky that moved toward a center area and all blinked out very quickly in a very exotic manner,” says the retired Chief Master-at-Arms for the U.S. Navy.These white oblong aircrafts, later nicknamed Tic Tacs, had no sign of propulsion, no wings, and no heat. “The Tic Tacs were coming in at roughly suborbital, at around 80,000 feet and then dropping directly down to the water in an instant,” Cahill says.Later that day service members joked about aliens, and were told to get back to work. It’s a pattern Cahill and others say has continued at the Defense Department: that the government has been covering up whatever it knows about UFOs — spreading false information and stymieing requests for documents under FOIA, the Freedom of Information Act.”There’s an effort to get data in the FOIA process and have a look at it before it goes to the public. And that’s not how the FOIA process is supposed to work,” Cahill says.A government report on UFOs that senators asked for last year is due in June. And many are eagerly, albeit cynically, waiting for…

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UFO Report Due In June, As Government Is Accused Of Withholding Info

Updated: May 28, 2021 — 10:27 pm