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Navy officer faces arrest if he doesn’t dis avow secret UN talks on UFOs

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    Navy officer faces arrest if he doesn’t disavow secret UN talks on UFOs May 24, 1:22 PMHonolulu Exopolitics ExaminerMichael Salla, Ph.D. On May 20, an
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      Navy officer faces arrest if he doesn’t disavow secret UN talks on UFOs

      May 24, 1:22 PMHonolulu Exopolitics ExaminerMichael Salla, Ph.D.


      On May 20, an article was published outing the original source leaking information about secret UFO discussions at the United Nations that began on February 12, 2008. The source in question showed this writer and up to six other researchers credentials revealing his identity as Richard Theilmann, Lieutenant Commander in the US Navy.  The military ID badge he showed me in October 2008 was valid for a three year period and had a bar code for scanning purposes. He also showed a service album showing many photos of his career in different military commands, including his name on a fighter plane on an aircraft carrier. Theilmann (aka Source A) explained that he was on reserve duty and would be activated for different covert missions – including a stint at the United Nations after he was reactivated in 2005 up to 2008. I was also aware of a meeting Theilmann had with Dr Bruce Maccabee at the Naval Warfare Center in April 2008 when he arrived at Maccabee’s laboratory unescorted. He did so by showing his military ID badge which was scanned and he was given the go ahead to bypass normal base security procedures for visitors. This led to Maccabee concluding that Theilman had sufficiently high security clearances and valid credentials in order to visit him unescorted. All this was used to support Theilmann’s claims that he was present at a secret set of UN discussions on UFOs.

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