The Pentagon's chief scientist involved in the investigation of unidentified anomalous phenomena (UAP) fired back at assertions made during a Congressional hearing this week that his Office was not being fully transparent with its findings.
Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer is leading a new effort to establish a commission to declassify United States government documents and other materials related to unidentified anomalous phenomena (UAP).
Throughout the early years of the Cold War, recurrent appearances of unidentified aerial phenomena (UAP) were documented near several radioactive materials production plants, atomic weapons assembly facilities, and atomic weapons stockpile sites in the United States
Attorneys from the Compass Rose Legal group, who represented UAP whistleblower David Grusch in his Intelligence Community Inspector General complaint say they have ended their association with the former intelligence officer after they "successfully defended Mr. Grusch against retaliation."
Christopher Plain sat down with Debrief Co-founder and investigative reporter Tim McMillan to learn about all of the fact-checking and background research that was done by The Debrief's investigative team beforehand.
A former intelligence official, David Charles Grusch, has come forward and filed a complaint with the Intelligence Community Inspector General alleging that knowledge of such retrievals of non-human craft has been illegally kept from Congress.
In a one on one interview, Debrief Co-founder and professional investigator Tim McMillan outlines the steps he and his investigators undertook to fact check the key components of Leslie Kean and Ralph Blumenthal's latest groundbreaking UAP story.
In a Debrief exclusive, Ralph Blumenthal and Leslie Kean report that a former intelligence official turned whistleblower has told Congress and the IG that the U.S. has retrieved craft of non-human origin.
Suppose NASA astronauts had images of technological objects hovering above Earth that are not identified as human made. Should they share the data with the public or worry that such an act would generate turmoil in society?