Express | 29 June 2016
A TOP ET disclosure activist publicly “dared” the US Government to charge him after he carried out his own UFO Wikileaks in defiance of the alleged secrecy surrounding the subject.
Canadian UFO disclosure advocate Victor Viggiani made the bold challenge during what has been called the first ever national inquiry in the country into the subject.
He dared the US government to indict him over making public 11 sensitive documents about North American Aerospace Defense Command (NORAD) records of the radar tracking of more than 1,800 UFOs.
Attendees of the first Canadian National Inquiry into UFOs in Brantford, Ontario, Canada, described it as a bold move of defiance.
Quoting from the documents, as he made them public, Mr Viggiani said: “Any distribution of this kind of information threatens National Security and violates the Espionage Act of the United States.”
He said the reports showed the phenomenon of UFOs or Unidentified Aerial Phenomenon (UAPs) as they are often referred to, have “been discussed, analyzed, assessed and sequestered at the highest levels of governance and military authority on the planet.”
He said: “I have here in front of me 11 documents, I call them the Renock files, directly from NORAD.”
Mr Viggiani said the documents contained details of UFOs being found and intercepted by the military.
He said joint intelligence committee reports between Canada and the US showed the two countries had colluded to play down the issue of UFOs.
He said: “I might add, in reference to the NORAD files, I have been threatened with indictment if I release these files. I am hereby releasing it to you, and I dare the US government to charge me.”