The Astonishing UFO Over Iran. Richard Dolan Intelligent Disclosure.
One of the most remarkable UFO events ever, by any reckoning, must be what happened over Iranian airspace in September 1976. Incredible capabilities shown by an unknown object and remarkable documentation, both in terms of official U.S. military records and exemplary witness testimony. Whatever this UFO was, it was well beyond anything we had then, and quite possibly now.
Afghanistan is no stranger to tales of myths and legends. Over hundreds of years, armies sent to conquer the restless deserts of this war-torn nation have told stories about strange occurrences and encounters with paranormal entities. Their accounts leave us wondering if there is something in the desert.
In an April 29 post at Las Vegas Now, George Knapp asserted it was confirmed the Pentagon released the three videos published by TTSA, citing a Form DD1910 of unclear origin. John Greenewald, Jr. subsequently obtained an email statement from a Department of Defense spokesperson who explained otherwise, stating the form actually indicated the videos were “not for public release.” The spokesperson further clarified at Greenewald’s request the internal approval on the form “does not mean public release approval.”
George Knapp did not immediately respond to an opportunity to comment for this blog post.
Form DD1910 in question The sourcing of the vids has been a point of contention, particularly in light of how simple it should be for TTSA to publish a chain of custody. Doubts have surfaced given the lengthy amount of time DeLonge’s group has failed to do so. Questions have arisen over numerous aspects of the clips, including when and how the audio portion of the “Gimbal” footage was laid over the video.
Adding fuel to the fire are TTSA unproven assertions. Early in the Gimbal video posted by TTSA, it is clearly claimed, “Gimbal is the first of three U.S. military videos of an unidentified aerial phenomenon (UAP) that has been through the USG declassification review process and approved for public release.”