Aliens Among Us, Intelligence Officer Says

LETA

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Image: Edward Keith Abbot via Earthfiles
A former U.S. Army intelligence officer came forward with an extraordinary account of alien infiltration and manipulation of our planet known and sanctioned by the highest levels of government. On a recent interview with Linda Moulton Howe, Edward Keith Abbott exposed the secrets he uncovered while stationed at Schofield Barracks in Oahu, Hawaii.

Shortly after enlisting in the Army in 2006, Edward was sent to Fort Huachuca in Arizona for sixteen weeks of intelligence analyst training that soon got him attached to the 500th Military Intelligence Brigade housed in Hawaii. During his service there, he mingled with officers from the nearby super-secret facility, Kunia Camp Tunnel -- an NSA outfit tasked with global eavesdropping -- from whom he learned of an operation dedicated to "Otherwordly communications" with aliens.

There's only eight of us. No enlisted, just officers. We are all linguists, and we just listen all day to otherwordly communications. We have been doing this for a very long time. We are already traveling through space...

As if this weren't shocking enough, Edward also had a UFO sighting which he managed to capture on his cellphone, and learned that aliens are embedded in our society working on a covert plan to genetically manipulate humanity into a more docile species. And that all these extraterrestrial operations are explicitly - or at least tacitly - endorsed by our government. For detailed info on this story, listen to Linda's interview below.

 
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Dundee

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If there is truth in this it is a hell of a story.
If you get past the acceptance of Aliens, an advanced civilization would be able to do this
 

LETA

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If there is truth in this it is a hell of a story.
If you get past the acceptance of Aliens, an advanced civilization would be able to do this
For sure. To his credit, he's putting his identity in the public domain. Not many of Linda's whistleblowers are willing to do that.
 
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Dundee

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For sure. To his credit, he's putting his identity in the public domain. Not many of Linda's whistleblowers are willing to do that.
Yeah Gutsy move. It is one thing to speak up on a forum anonymously. But a different matter to put it all on the line like he has.
 

LETA

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Yeah Gutsy move. It is one thing to speak up on a forum anonymously. But a different matter to put it all on the line like he has.
On the interview, he mentioned a serious heart condition. He feels he may not have much time left and that's why he is talking.