BBC journalist Tim Leach was allegedly threatened by the U.S. Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) while reporting on a 1994 Unidentified Anomalous Phenomena (UAP) landing case at a school in Ruwa, Zimbabwe.

The case involved 62 students from Ariel School in Ruwa, who reported seeing a disc-shaped craft land in a field behind their playground on 17 September 1994 - some students even claimed that humanoid beings emerged from the craft.

Following the incident, the BBC's correspondent in Zimbabwe, Tim Leach, visited the school to investigate the case.

After filming a report and sending the tape to London to be aired on the BBC, the tape went missing. That meant Leach had to file a separate report. 

Liberation Times can reveal that according to a source who wishes to stay anonymous, Leach confided that he had received threats from the CIA. Leach indicated that the CIA was interfering with his story. 

The source also provided Liberation Times with audio of a conversation with Leach from 1994, in which the journalist, sounding rattled, warned them to “be very careful.”

Leach, a former head of the Foreign Correspondents' Association, died in 2011.

News regarding the CIA’s alleged involvement in the Ruwa case comes months after the Daily Mail revealed allegations that the Agency’s Office of Global Access had conducted multiple retrieval missions of non-human craft.

Three sources, who spoke to the Daily Mail on condition of anonymity to avoid reprisals, were all briefed by individuals involved in those alleged UFO retrieval missions.

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