Published: 5:37 PM 7/6/2016
made public 11 sensitive documents...
A TOP alien investigator publicly “dared” the US government to charge him after he released files which reveal the radar tracking over 1,800 UFOs.
By Clara Strunck
Canadian activist Victor Viggiani made the challenge to the US government during what has been called the first ever national enquiry into alien spacecrafts.
Viggiani has made public 11 sensitive documents about North American Aerospace Defence Command (NORAD) – who have reportedly tracked nearly 2,000 UFOs.
The shock statement was made at the first Canadian National Enquiry into UFOs in Ontario, where onlookers said it was a bold move of defiance.
A staunch believer in alien spaceships, Viggiani quoted from the documents, which read: “Any distribution of this kind of information threatens National Security.”
He argued that the existence of these secret files proves that UFOs have been discussed “at the highest levels of governance and military authority on the planet”.
The documents – which Viggiani calls the Renock files – allegedly come straight from NORAD.
They are said to contain details of UFOs being found and intercepted by the military.
Viggiani also claimed that Canada and the US have joined forces to play down the issue of UFOs for years.
In his shock challenge to the US, he said: “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.”
UFO sightings have bewildered people for years and the rumours of extra-terrestrial life refuse to go away.