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Although he wasn't on his deathbed when he began to blow the whistle on the U. S. government's UFO-E.T. cover-up, retired Army intelligence officer, Jesse Marcel, Sr., did point the way for others to come forward with "deathbed confessions" as to their role in, or knowledge of the cover-up.

Had he lived, and talked on the record, for several more years, Marcel doubtless would've become even more of an asset to today's researchers trying to pave the way for a full-scale congressional inquiry into the cover-up.

Essential to that inquiry would be the reliable, verifiable, sworn testimony (with any confirmatory documentary evidence) offered by any witness who, now after perhaps decades of forced silence, has concluded (s)he has nothing to lose by "telling all" in a deathbed confession.

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