Recently on “Phenomenon Radio” we heard Jeremy Corbell say:
“I will tell you this now and I will be proven right later, but I’ll put it on the record now, that there are multiple UFO programs going at this time that are not being named right now, and there are four in particular that will probably come out.”
Now, thanks to the always valuable research of Giuliano Marinkovic we have this quote from the well respected Dr. Bernard Haisch:
“The following is conjecture.
Sources tell me that this is merely the tip of the iceberg. A group of four related but separate unacknowledged SCI programs tracing back to a 1947 Truman memorandum still exist and were housed as of the 1990s in major aerospace companies such as for example Lockheed, TRW, Raytheon, Aerospace Corp. etc. These would be expensive programs since the cost of secrecy can be several times higher than the research. The AATIB program has no relation to these four much better funded deep black ones. Indeed, the black programs collectively have budgets in the $10B range and up. Topics apparently include both reverse engineering and extraterrestrial biology. The AATIP did find the UFO crash retrieval program via official channels, but was denied access to it because the AATIP itself is not a SAP. Sen. Harry Reid petitioned the DoD to confer SAP status to the AATIP, but the DoD denied his request.”
Jeremy Corbell replied to Guiliano‘s social media post:
“Gold brother. Gold.”
George Knapp also replied to Guiliano on social media:
“Dr. Haisch is well respected and well connected. His “speculation” is not idle chit chat.”
Even as a rumor, this is legitimate information that should be taken seriously. The information drop we have heard so much about in 2019 starts now. It’s history in the making.
An especially telling Chris Mellon (of TTSA) quote comes to mind that seems to fit in with this story. Its from a Leslie Kain article, circa 2016:
Kean: Some inside sources have proposed that retrieved hardware from a UFO may exist within a private aerospace company which has become independent from the DoD. In this way, it would be exempt from government oversight and known only to a few people. Do you think this is possible?
Mellon: I find it hard to imagine something as explosive as recovered alien technology remaining under wraps for decades. So while I have no reason to believe there is any recovered alien technology, I will say this: If it were me, and I were trying to bury it deep, I’d take it outside government oversight entirely and place it in a compartment as a new entity within an existing defense company and manage it as what we call an “IRAD” or “Independent Research and Development Activity.”
From Grant Cameron:
“The young guns of ufology have struck again with more important news. I think I will be able to confirm some of this down the road.
Also keep in mind that Bender at Politico made the multiple program claim hours after his December 16, 2017 article telling NPR, “We were told that there are other programs that other agencies – perhaps, the CIA, perhaps, the individual military branches, the Air Force, the Navy – could likely have their own.”
Bryan Bender‘s quote and audio from Giuliano Marinkovic:
George Knapp: “It suggests there might be other studies and programs that might shed light on this?”
Harry Reid: “Other programs that have been done and information they have, including different pieces of evidence.”