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Disclosure advocate releases NORAD UFO files

June 30, 2016 | Comment icon 10 comments

The files are said to detail official UFO investigations. Image Credit: CC BY 2.0 Gerhard Uhlhorn
Victor Viggiani released the documents to the public during the Alien Cosmic Expo event on Saturday.
The surprise release allegedly confirms that, contrary to the US government's claims that it has maintained little interest in UFOs, high-ranking military and civilian officials have actually been investigating and researching the phenomenon for decades.

"I have here in front of me eleven documents," Viggiana, a retired school administrator from Toronto, told fellow UFO investigators at the ET Disclosure Hearing last weekend.

"They are directly from NORAD indicating that over the last five years an average of 1,800 ‘tracks of interest’ with 75 intercepts. This is directly from the commander of NORAD."
While the specific details of the objects in question have been redacted on the files, Viggiana strongly believes that the documents represent evidence of UFOs and even claims that the government has threatened him with with indictment over their release.

"I dare the U.S. government to charge me," he said to voracious applause from the audience.

Whether the files really are from NORAD and whether they contain anything of significance to those hunting for the truth behind the UFO phenomenon however remains to be seen.

Source: Inquisitor.com | Comments (10)

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Recent comments on this story
Comment icon #1 Posted by PersonFromPorlock 6 years ago
Looks like we have to wait until tomorrow to see a report on the actual contents of the 'secret' files. The Express does not appear to be peer-reviewed.
Comment icon #2 Posted by ChrLzs 6 years ago
Wow.  Or not. I'm sure this will be riveting stuff, and of course will include a full discussion on the radars' capabilities, false returns, testing regime, etc.  I know we've got at least one radar guru here who I'm sure will happily enlighten us further.. 
Comment icon #3 Posted by psyche101 6 years ago
If he has breached national security, I hope they throw the book at him, if not, I seriously doubt he has any information that Heavens Aboves does not already have. 
Comment icon #4 Posted by Kurzweil 6 years ago
Oh great! I just beat odell lake on my commodore 64 and this guy is hacking government files.  My life has been wasted.
Comment icon #5 Posted by badeskov 6 years ago
So nothing has actually been released yet, I gather? And why do I doubt that any meaningful data actually will be released? Cheers, Badeskov
Comment icon #6 Posted by UFOwatcher 6 years ago
I want to see 'surface detail', not radar blips or lights in the sky. I'll just keep watching...
Comment icon #7 Posted by highdesert50 6 years ago
It's possible some of these intercepts demonstrate a breach of defense, hence the potential for embarrassment. Tests from radical programs such as Wu-14, Yu-71, etc. could initiate irrational panic. While there is much wisdom in honesty, there is also an appropriate way to disseminate it.
Comment icon #8 Posted by pallidin 6 years ago
I've always been an advocate of ET-UFO disclosure from governments to the general public. The authenticity of disclosure, of course, remains in question.
Comment icon #9 Posted by DieChecker 5 years ago
Doesn't everything he says point to UFOs? That doesn't say anything about aliens from outer space, but the various contacts and intercepts could be North Korean rockets, Russian stealth planes, Chinese stealth planes, Mexican smugglers... Large mylar balloons... Thousands of possibilities. But, nothing that confirms extra terrestrials. 
Comment icon #10 Posted by smokeycat 5 years ago
Not wasted because you can now play 'Odell Down Under'

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