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In response to a recent Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request, a spokesperson from the Navy's Office of Naval Intelligence (ONI) confirmed that the agency possesses several top-secret documents and at least one classified video pertaining to the 2004 UFO encounter, Vice reported.
According to the ONI spokesperson, these documents were either labeled "SECRET" or "TOP SECRET" by the agencies that provided them, and that sharing the information with the public "would cause exceptionally grave damage to the National Security of the United States."
originally posted by: youcanttellthepeople
a reply to: F2d5thCavv2
That's one take I agree on. Another is that it just illustrates how woefully inept the defences may be if it turns out they're not US (or us )
originally posted by: Middleoftheroad
If true that this is just a product of a black project, then why are we still using drones that can be shot down? Especially if these have been around since at least 2004. If I remember right, some of the details that were released stated that these objects make maneuvers that defy the laws of physics. Maybe we can get someone in here that knows how long black projects usually last before they put their finished product in operation.
An alternative explanation would be that release of the report could compromise one or more systems that we used to track or target the objects.
The main thing is we have had it for decades and the progress of humanity was withheld by a few unelected suits somewhere.
originally posted by: LookingAtMars
If this is true you have a point about the lynching. Think of the death and suffering around the world that could of been avoided with this tech!