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The United States Navy has just denied access to multiple UFO related documents requested via the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA). After months of processing, the Navy responded to three requests submitted by The Black Vault and stated that an untold number of records dealing with Unidentified Aerial Phenomena (UAP) were classified and could not be released to the general public. One of the records denied is a little-known “background paper” which could very well be the key to deciphering the “phenomena” and how it relates to the Navy.
In a letter dated December 9, 2019, researcher Lambright was told that there were “Top Secret” briefing slides on the 2004 UFO encounter off the coast of San Diego and that they were denying the release of, because if they did, “[it] would cause exceptionally grave damage to the National Security of the United States.” They also stated they found a “Secret” video which may still be in the process of review for public release. That request is pending.
originally posted by: ArMaP
a reply to: OrionHunterX
It's an interesting development, but hardly one that makes things clearer, as it can point to something the Navy doesn't want to show or something they do not want to show they do not know.
So guys, there seems to be more to this aerial phenomena which the skeptics tend to brush under the carpet as so much garbage. We are alone in this universe of trillions of galaxies! Really?....
originally posted by: Videri13admirari
Truth, The Truth,simply, always, passes, through, 3. Simple Phases (phage, yes,it, does,)
3. Declared, abundently, transparently, OBVIOUs..., Always,was,....