he National Security Archive at George Washington University has posted a document obtained via the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) that finally officially acknowledges the existence of Area 51, although this is not the first official document to reference Area 51 and the CIA’s account of the U-2 and UFOs is not entirely accurate.
Ask yourselves, just how long has the federal government kept close encounters of the alien kind under closed raps? with foreign governments now coming forward, as well as the Russian Government makes one wonder.
Until now, it has been ironic that Area 51 has been both the most secretive U.S. Air Force base, while at the same time being perhaps the most well-known. KLAS TV news in Las Vegas has been on the forefront of Area 51 research. They began investigating the secret base and reporting on its activities via information they had gathered from engineers who worked on the base in the early 1980s. However, it wasn’t until 1989 when KLAS reporter George Knapp interviewed a man claiming to have worked on back engineered extraterrestrial space craft at Area 51 that the base began to pique the interest of the public at large.
Since then it has been referenced in countless books, movies,video games and TV shows. The entire time, the US government did not acknowledge its existence.
Alien life and UFOs: Evidence about extraterrestrials to be revealed by German government?
After a lengthy legal battle, Germany’s parliament – the Bundestag – has been ordered to release confidential documents about UFOs, reports the Daily Mail.
The dispute over the matter reportedly started in 2008 when Dr Wolfgang Schäuble, Federal Minister of the Interior at the time, denied that the German government had ever investigated UFOs.
However, in 2009, a UFO enthusiast named Robert Fleischer discovered that a parliamentary department had been investigating extraterrestrial objects. Later, a German blogger named Frank Reitemeyer took the Bundestag to court over secret reports.
In 2011, Reitemeyer won his first fight after the Berlin Administrative Court ruled that German citizens had the right to view the classified report being put together by the country’s Scientific Service.
It certainly seems with other governments coming forward and more document being released, their is enough suspicion to believe we are not alone out there.