The woman who forced the US government to take UFOs seriously

If it wasn’t for the French dossier, UFOs might not have dominated Leslie Kean’s life for the past two decades. In 1999, the independent journalist was handed … a 90-page report of UFO sightings by military and commercial pilots. Today, the hypothetical situation Kean extrapolated from the French report – of US military and government leaders speaking openly about sightings of inexplicable flying objects – has arrived. By 25 June, the Department of Defense’s director of national intelligence is expected to release an unclassified report to Congress, detailing the accounts of unidentified aerial phenomena (UAP) sightings by military pilots, making it the government’s most transparent and substantive release of such information ever. Kean’s biggest breakthrough came in 2017, when she was invited … to meet with Luis “Lue” Elizondo on the day he resigned as the director of a clandestine Pentagon program that collected information about UFOs, the shadowy Advanced Aerospace Threat Identification Program (AATIP). Kean teamed up with Ralph Blumenthal and Helene Cooper to write up her scoop for the New York Times, Glowing Auras and ‘Black Money’: The Pentagon’s Mysterious UFO Program. The story revealed the existence of AATIP from 2007 to 2012. Kean said she remained agnostic on what the findings are. “If there’s any agenda that I have, it’s to get the truth out,” she said. “There is a phenomenon that cannot be explained. And there is plenty of data to show that.”

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