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Recent incidents involving objects the Pentagon has, to date, refused to identify have renewed debate over excessive secrecy in the United States, especially as it relates to the question of unidentified aerial phenomena. If the government won’t release imagery it has of suspected balloons shot down over North America, then what does this say about any truly anomalous imagery in its possession?
Joining us to discuss this is reporter Tim McMillan, who weighs in on the subject of excessive secrecy with relation to the ongoing UAP debate in this installment of The Micah Hanks Program.
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