Citizen hearings on UFO disclosure challenges decades of government cover-ups
Rather than any transparency, there has been a lead shield for more than 60 years around information from the U.S. government concerning its investigations into Unidentified Flying Objects (UFOs).
Going back to the 1947 incident in Roswell, New Mexico, to an even more shocking event in 1980 near a U.S. nuclear-armed Air Force base in Britain, there has been cover-up after cover-up, on top of cover-up of information from government investigations about these sightings.
At an extraordinary four days of hearings here at the National Press Club called the Citizen Hearing on Disclosure (CHD), several former U.S. Senators and House members heard testimony from experts and eyewitnesses, including one witness who characterized a 1980 incident—which took place over three consecutive nights at the dual air base RAF Woodbridge and the U.S. Air Force’s Bentwaters, in England—as being possibly the “defining event in UFO history.”
After listening to the accounts of two retired Air Force sergeants, and a retired high ranking British Defense Department official, former Congressional Black Caucus Chair Carolyn Cheeks Kilpatrick who presided over the all day meeting April 30, concurred, saying that the infamous Roswell incident “has nothing on this.”