There are some private technology companies purportedly in possession of extraordinary materials, which are not of human origin. It is rumored that these companies have been engaged in the process of reverse engineering these extraterrestrial technologies for many years. An investigative journalist Ross Coulthart has recently provided a groundbreaking interview, where he asserts his knowledge regarding a private aerospace company that is purportedly endeavoring to divest itself of UFOs within its possession.
In the interview with Emmy-winning host Matt Ford on June 30, 2023, Coulthart raises several legal and governmental implications surrounding this situation. Coulthart suggests that if an aerospace company has held possession of such an object for 60 or 70 years and then divests itself of it, there may be legal obligations to reveal the secret possession. He emphasizes the need for government intervention due to the potential complications arising from this issue.
Coulthart also mentions the importance of intellectual property (IP) and questions the government’s authority to assert any property rights over technology gifted to a private aerospace company several decades ago. He argues that if no commercial contract was signed between the company and the government at the time of the alleged gifting, it becomes unclear on what legal basis the government can claim ownership or control over the technology.
Additionally, Coulthart raises the point that private aerospace companies may have conducted retrievals of their own without government involvement, further challenging the government’s authority to dictate access to intellectual property.
Ross Coulthart is aware of a private aerospace company that is currently attempting to divest itself of a UFO craft in its possession.
— UAP James (@UAPJames) June 30, 2023
Furthermore, Coulthart reveals that individuals, particularly in Silicon Valley, are aware of the alleged technology vesting in aerospace companies, including Lockheed Martin, and express dissatisfaction with the government’s preferential treatment of private corporations. He argues that if these private companies have failed to make scientific breakthroughs or adequately investigate the technology, there may be a case for the government to reconsider granting exclusive technology use to these corporations.
Coulthart highlights the absence of commercial agreements or contracts regulating this issue, adding to the growing concern. He indicates that private conversations are occurring between aerospace companies and senior government officials, where the companies question the government’s authority to intervene in their technology affairs.
The allegation concerning the purported involvement of Lockheed Martin in UFOs has been brought forth by the late former US Senator, Harry Reid. He claimed before his death that the defense contractor may have had fragments of a crashed UFO in its possession. Though he never managed to see the remains personally, he did attempt, unsuccessfully, to obtain approval to investigate the area and hunt for UFOs and aliens at the military base Area-51 in his state, Nevada, rumored to house both.
“I was told for decades that Lockheed had some of these retrieved materials,” Reid said. “And I tried to get, as I recall, a classified approval by the Pentagon to have me go look at the stuff. They would not approve that. I don’t know what all the numbers were, what kind of classification it was, but they would not give that to me.”
Reid was also a proponent of government transparency when it came to UFOs. “The government should be more transparent about such issues. If anybody claims to know the answer to these problems, they’re fooling themselves,” he said. “No one knows the answer yet, but we have lots of thoughts… People all over the world are seeing things — we’re not talking about just one country.”
According to Journalist Christoper Sharp of Liberation Times, filmmaker Jeremy Corbell challenged the US Senate Committee on Appropriations to audit alleged Unidentified Anomalous Phenomena (UAP) Special Access Programs, specifically mentioning Lockheed Martin. (Source)
In an interview with Newsmax on March 11, 2023, Corbell urges Congressman Tim Burchett, who is a UAP transparency advocate, to use his influence to encourage the committee, chaired by Senator Patty Murray and vice-chaired by Senator Susan Collins, to conduct the audit.
Corbell also mentioned Lieutenant General Dimitri Henry, the Director of Intelligence from the US Joint Staff, as someone who should be involved in the investigation and should ask questions to companies like Lockheed Martin about their work on UAP exploitation programs.
Former director of the AATIP Lue Elizondo supported Corbell’s comments and suggested that the inquiry should not be limited to just one aerospace company but should include several others that likely played a historical role in these endeavors.
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Mr. Sharp further mentions the involvement of former Senate Majority Leader Robert Byrd and late Senator Harry Reid in tasking a Congressional staffer named Richard D’Amato with investigating claims of secretive UAP Special Access Programs in the 1990s. While D’Amato was unable to verify such programs, it is suggested by investigative journalist George Knapp that a UFO cover-up could potentially exist within a private company like Lockheed Martin, EG&G, or Northrop Grumman.
Lockheed Martin Scientists Discuss UFOs
In 2019, Lockheed Martin staff physicist Ibteesam Reaz answered this Quora question: “What are the most plausible explanations of Navy pilots seeing hypersonic objects at 30K feet, objects with no visible engine and sometimes described as a cube within a sphere?”
In his response, Raez said that after all the reported circumstances taken into account, there’s only one likely answer: the Tic Tac UFOs are American. However, his response was later deleted, as well as his LinkedIn account. Fortunately, below is his response:
So, these advanced crafts do exist— there is no question about it. Here’s what we can say, noting this technology has stayed somewhat stagnant since the days of the “foo fighter” UFOs in WWII:
Thus we are left with a stronger impetus to speculate that the US government does indeed have something to do with the tic tac. One of the petty officers’ claim that “men in plainclothes” confiscated the tapes makes more sense now. If indeed this is the case, I must say, most of the aerospace engineers who are not privy to the details of how the craft works are being played for fools. Why are we wasting so much sweat, hard work, money when some select group of people literally have technology that is beyond the reach of modern physics? The entire world and its reliance on power would change … but then again, is that a good thing for the powerful who rely on oil and gas for geopolitical control?
On June 12, 2023, a subreddit user “UAPchaserFL92” shared the post where the user claims his/her relative retired from Lockheed Skunkworks after a long career and mentioned that he and his colleagues may want to speak to Congress. In meetings, the user’s relative claims that UFOs were often discussed but referred to as “the others,” without explicitly mentioning aliens.
Moreover, on August 7, 2014, American scientist Boyd Bushman died. For many years, he had been working as a senior fellow at Lockheed Martin. Before his death, he had recorded a sensational video in which he talked about his work in “Area 51,” as well as about aliens and UFOs. (Click here to read the full article)
“We now know how to travel to the stars. The Air Force has just given us a contract to take ET back home.” – Ben Rich (June 18, 1925 – January 5, 1995), former Head of Lockheed Skunkworks.
Boyd B. Bushman’s background was verifiable using public records and FBI FOIA records. He graduated from NYU and worked on the Stinger missile. As a Senior Research Engineer, Bushman worked for Lockheed Martin, Texas Instruments, and Hughes Aircraft. He was regarded as one of the inventors of the Stinger missile and spoke on Camera about Area 51, advanced propulsion systems being tested there and showed pictures of an alleged alien in the picture.