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UFO whistleblower lodges formal complaint

By T.K. Randall
May 28, 2021 · Comment icon 7 comments

Elizondo knows a thing or two about UFOs. Image Credit: CC BY-SA 2.0 David B. Gleason
The former head of the Pentagon's UFO program claims that he has been the target of a disinformation campaign.
According to a recent report from Politico, Luis Elizondo - the former head of the Pentagon's secretive Advanced Aviation Threat Identification Program - has lodged a formal complaint with the defense department's inspector.

The complaint cites 'malicious activities' and cases of professional misconduct, with one official reportedly threatening to tell people that Elizondo was 'crazy'.

"I responded... by telling him that he can take any action he thinks is prudently necessary, but that I was not mentally impaired, nor have I ever violated my security oath," he wrote.

These developments come just weeks before the director of national intelligence and the Pentagon are due to release a report on UFOs and their strategy for dealing with them.
"What he is saying is there are certain individuals in the Defense Department who in fact were attacking him and lying about him publicly, using the color of authority of their offices to disparage him and discredit him and were interfering in his ability to seek and obtain gainful employment out in the world," wrote his attorney, Daniel Sheehan.

"And also threatening his security clearance."

According to Sheehan, Elizondo is not only looking to clear his name but also to force the Pentagon to clear up any ambiguity over what it knows about UFOs.

"Nobody seemed to be taking this thing seriously," he said.

"The different units and different groups that are responsible for responding to this particular phenomenon... they're not briefing each other on this."

Source: The Guardian | Comments (7)

Recent comments on this story
Comment icon #1 Posted by the13bats 2 years ago
Comment icon #2 Posted by Raptor Witness 2 years ago
Well, of course they're lying and trying to hurt the truth teller. The simple reason is, I believe that we've likely already been invaded, and the bad guys in our government can't keep the lid on, any longer. People are no longer willing to be threatened into submission to their Big Lie. I also believe that this invasion of our Garden, will require an outside intervention, from non other than the Founder of our DNA, who has every right to take back what belongs to Him. Books and stories written in antiquity, are not perfect, but they're not just the basis for moral dogma and religion; they can... [More]
Comment icon #3 Posted by cathya 2 years ago
I doubt that this
Comment icon #4 Posted by cathya 2 years ago
They will not be revealing anything relevant.  It's all a big "band aid" to keep the public guessing about UFO's and aliens.  
Comment icon #5 Posted by NCC1701 2 years ago
Probably they will be publishing loads of the same BS video's that don't prove anything. Or tons of vague faximile documents that are blacked out for 90%.
Comment icon #6 Posted by Trelane 2 years ago
My thought is the TTS group is running out of money/supporters. Curious that no one is specifically named in the mentioned complaint. If he is in fact the person who leaked the Nimitz footage, Elizondo is certainly in violation of his security clearance (if he ever had one that is).  
Comment icon #7 Posted by Jon101 2 years ago
Isn't there substantial doubt that Elizondo was ever head of the AATIP?. And that the program itself was literally a 'Favour' by senator Harry Reid to Bigelow.?.

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