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On February 14 Popular Mechanics published a lengthy article written by Tim McMillan, which gave a detailed timeline of the controversial ‘UFO programs’ known as AAWSAP and AATIP, and attempted to ‘set the record straight’ with regards to the activities run by BAASS while they had the $22 million contract offered by the DIA –at the behest of Senator Harry Reid– and also whether Luis Elizondo was in fact the director of AATIP or not, before he resigned to join Tom DeLonge’s To the Stars Academy of Arts and Sciences.

To research his story, McMillan made use of anonymous sources  who gave him limited access to a 500-page report created by BAASS’s contractors, which to this day remain classified because under American laws they are corporate property, and therefore exempt from disclosure under the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) which has been utilized in the past by investigators to obtain government information on UFOs.

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Category: Weird Desk