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A TOP ET disclosure activist publicly “dared” the US Government to charge him after he carried out his own UFO Wikileaks in defiance of the alleged secrecy surrounding the subject.
Canadian UFO disclosure advocate Victor Viggiani made the bold challenge during what has been called the first ever national inquiry in the country into the subject. He dared the US government to indict him over making public 11 sensitive documents about North American Aerospace Defense Command (NORAD) records of the radar tracking of more than 1,800 UFOs.
“The request for “Table of Tracks of Interest (TOI) are classified UNCLASSIFIED//FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY (FOUO). It is to be controlled, stored, handled, transmitted, distributed and disposed of in accordance with DOD policy relating to FOUO information and is not to be released to the public, the media or other personnel who do not have a valid need-to-know without prior approval of an authorized NORAD official. However, the NORAD Commander has approved the release of the following information regarding Tracks of Interest and Unknown Tracks. The yearly average for the past five years has been 1800 TOIs and 75 intercepts."
In response to Viggiani's request for documents pertaining to NORAD tracking or intercepting UFOs, a letter from NORAD Operations details how requests for information on Unknown Tracks cannot be released due to their sensitive nature due to national security. But the letter does provide a summation from the NORAD Commander. Picture UFO Disclosure Advocate Victor Viggiani "However, the NORAD Commander has approved the release of the following information regarding Tracks of Interest (TOI) and Unknown Tracks. The yearly average in the past five years has been 1,800 TOIs and 75 intercepts."
In addition to this letter, Viggiani also received a six-page document as an example of a TOI. Reached at his home in Toronto today, Viggiani said this particular document is very revealing, but also leaves a number of unanswered questions. The document is a NORAD status report, which uses a line-item approach as details are available to be reported. Some of the lines are redacted or blocked out so that they cannot be seen. In one area they outline how an intercept was ordered on three objects. "The missing information," Viggiani said, "is obviously what did they see when they intercepted?"
originally posted by: Atsbhct
a reply to: Jonjonj
It's just a joke about the UFO convention being in Brantford, Ontario. Lighten up.
originally posted by: Jonjonj
a reply to: Atsbhct
That isn't the point. Look at old Schuyler up there, made a whole post, massive one, lovely looking...for a nonsense, soon to be forgotten, ridiculous thread.
The point is there are certain people who jump in so quickly to guide the narrative about this issue that it is a shame.
originally posted by: Rosinitiate
a reply to: schuyler
So than you would know the UFO/Alien meme is a crock of #. And likely a phenomenon that's been here as long or longer than us that exceeds our understanding because we can't see beyond the tiger threatening to eat us.
There is advanced aerial tech that certain people wish to obfuscate.