Former United States Senator Harry Reid, of the state of Nevada, declared that it would have been banned from seeing UFO remains during one of its five terms between 1987 and 2017. According to him, the aerospace products Lockheed Martin has fragments of a unidentified object and hides them somewhere unknown. 

Reid told the magazine New Yorker that the suspicion that the company, which also manufactures military supplies, has pieces of UFOs is old, but any questioning on the subject was forbidden. "I was told for decades that Lockheed had some of those materials recovered," the former senator told the magazine. 


The politician even appealed to the US government to try to gain access to the alleged fragments, but was unsuccessful. “I tried to obtain, as I recall, a secret approval from the Pentagon for me to take a look at things ”, he recalls. “They would not approve of that. I don't know what all the numbers were, what kind of classification it was, but they didn't give me that ”, he added. 

UFOs are serious stuff

Harry Reid was one of those responsible for making UFOs stop being a matter of conspiracy and start being treated with more seriousness by the American government. The Democrat was at the center of a misunderstanding a few years ago, when the US press went so far as to say that he actually saw the wreckage. 

More than ever, United States Armed Forces and the Pentagon itself has been searching for answers about unidentified flying objects, be they terrestrial or, although less likely, aliens. "There are guys who have spent their lives studying things like Roswell and died without answers," said a former Pentagon official. "Are we all going to die without answers?" 

However, the US government encouraged both conspiracyists and those who study the subject without passion by revealing that must make some important revelations about UFOs soon. The CIA and other intelligence agencies are expected to share everything they know with the public by June. 

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