When Gary McKinnon gained access to the laptops of some of the United State’s top military officials he hit the jackpot.
He hacked into several computers in the CIA, FBI, Pentagon, and NASA. What he found was what most of us have been looking for in our plead for government disclosure when it came to the UFO phenomena.
Most of the media’s coverage generally focused on McKinnon’s criminal acts and his extradition to the United States for a sentencing. The topic of UFOs and Aliens started to slowly leak out and was treated with very little regards, or at least that’s the way it played out for the Americans.
Two of the most interesting things about this was the Johnson Space Center photographs and the infamous Excel sheet.
McKinnon claims to have seen evidence of UFO-like technology and crafts in an album of unedited photographs that came from Johnson Space Center’s Building 8. While hacking away, McKinnon found “processed” and “unprocessed” folders inside a government computer that contained close-up photographs of a cigar-shaped craft hovering above Earth’s atmosphere.
Then, there was Microsoft Excel sheet he came across with 20-30 names of governmental officials that was titled Non-Terrestrial Officers.
Check out this interview:
Here we have a man who was able to write a simple Perl script to brute-force his way into top level United States Military and NASA computers and find what we’ve all been waiting for. Proof of existence and participation with extraterrestrial beings.
It sounds like an episode of The X-files, doesn’t it?
I’m curious to know what the general consensus is on McKinnon’s case? What do you guys believe about it and what don’t you believe?
For all those who are for Disclosure and those who are believers of E.T.’s involvement with our human evolution, why did we all of a sudden sweep McKinnon’s claims under the rug?
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