As Above So Below
Six whistleblowers who claim they worked on military UFO programs retrieving and analyzing crash material have come forward to spill their secrets to senior members of congress(Excerpt)
In an exclusive interview with DailyMail.com, Daniel Sheehan said he is in contact with at least six former government officials or military contractors who say they worked on just such a program.
Sheehan represents Lue Elizondo, who ran a previous incarnation of the UFO office called AATIP until 2017. The attorney is also launching a watchdog charity pushing for greater government transparency on UFOs.
Sheehan said that some of these half-dozen whistleblowers briefed the staff of Senate committees dealing with military intelligence even before the NDAA passed, and may have even been the inspiration for Senators to include the 'reverse engineering' language.
'There are half a dozen of them that have already gone and talked to them,' he said. 'The Senate staff people were reaching out to some others.'
Sheehan says witnesses who allegedly know about Roswell-style programs, including a former Defense Intelligence Agency director, have been referred for interviews with the Pentagon's UFO office, the All-domain Anomaly Resolution Office (AARO).
A top Stanford scientist says he is also in touch with whistleblowers.
Immunologist and Nobel Prize nominee Dr. Garry Nolan was commissioned by the CIA to investigate cases of the mysterious Havana Syndrome inflicting embassy officials worldwide, and has conducted experiments analyzing material allegedly jettisoned in UFO flyovers.
He claims to be in contact with several former staffers of extraordinary UFO 'reverse engineering' programs.
'I have good reason to trust a number of individuals who were actually part of the reverse engineering, or very close to the reverse engineering programs, or who have testified to the fact, recently,' he said in a podcast interview earlier this year.
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