Credible UFO Sightings Being Ignored

Credible UFO Sightings Being Ignored

Francisco Turcios, Reporter

Credible sightings of UFOs by commercial jet pilots have reportedly been ignored and/or declassified by Canadian government officials. In the report, the UAP Task Force admitted to receiving reports of 144 unexplained encounters between the U.S. military and UFOs and didn’t rule out the possibility of alien connections, though still not explicitly selling the theory either. Documents previously classified as “event logs” were obtained and released by Vice News in adherence with Canada’s Access to Information Act, which states that numerous odd encounters have been “s*** canned” after being brought to a secret department run by the Royal Canadian Air Force. Avril Haines, the Director of National Intelligence (DNI) overseeing all 16 of the nation’s spy agencies, spoke publicly at the Our Future in Space event at the Washington National Cathedral on November 10 and fielded questions about UFOs, amid the growing national security debate following years of related conspiracy theories. Haines admitted that strange encounters with unidentified flying objects need to be highlighted for more investigation to gain a better understanding. Former RCAF fighter pilot Jock Williams, a 36-year veteran of the Canadian military, claimed the reports were “s*** canned” and not followed up properly. “You have evidence of the fact that they’re aware of this kind of stuff; at the same time, you have evidence of the fact that nothing is happening,” Williams said via Vice News. “These guys are getting paid one way or the other. They might as well be investigating.” Last week, the U.S. Pentagon announced its plans to launch a new office aimed to track and assess unidentified flying objects spotted in military training airspace last week.