A former head of the Pentagon's secretive UFO investigation department (turned whistleblower) claims his life is in danger.

Knewz.com has learned that Lue Elizondo, who allegedly left the Department of Defense in protest of the cover-up of unidentified aerial phenomena (UAP), took his concerns to the New York Times resulting in numerous threats against himself and his family.

According to The Good Trouble Show podcast host, Matt Ford, Elizondo claimed that he and “several other whistleblowers formerly associated with the UAP effort for the U.S. Government,” all faced some kind of harassment.

“I would like to make this perfectly clear to the American people,” Elizondo continued to say. 

“I am not prone to accidents. I am not suicidal. I am not abusing drugs. I am not engaged in any illicit activities.”

Nevertheless, s**t still happens.

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