A top professor from a leading US university has reportedly received an ominous official warning to "be careful what you say." Stanford's Professor Garry Nolan shared this revelation, which you can see in this video, following the news of a suicide by someone "associated with the UFO back engineering program".

Daniel Sheehan, a lawyer linked with the UFO disclosure community, announced the unnamed engineer's death, stating "It wasn't until law enforcement concluded its investigation that we learned that no foul play was involved." His client, ex-Pentagon agent Lue Elizondo, also issued a statement emphasizing he has no thoughts of self-harm.

Elizondo claimed he had been informed of a threat to his life due to his UFO activism and wrote: "I would like to make this perfectly clear to the American people: I am not prone to accidents! I'm not suicidal! I'm not abusing drugs! I am not engaged in any illicit activities. If something happens to me or my family members in the future, you will know what happened!"

There are some places where one should not tread.

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