The US Navy has confirmed that it has “multiple videos” of UFOs that it can never show the public.
As our readers know, the US Navy was the catalyst that sparked Congress and the Pentagon’s renewed investigations into what are know better known as Unidentifed Aerial Phenomena, with the release of the footage of a warship’s encounter with the “tic-tac” UFO. Now, the Navy says that it has other UFO videos in its possession that it cannot release to the public as the information would “harm national security.”
The admission of the undisclosed UFO footage comes after a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request was filed by the government transparency website The Black Vault was denied by US Naval officials. The initial filing dates back to April 2020, which, according to reports, was only one day before the infamous three confirmed-to-be- videos of the tic-tac UFO were released — which showed US Navy pilots filming an object that moved in ways impossible to humans.
Per the FOIA request, The Black Vault requested that the Navy reveal any and all videos it has on UFOs.
The FOIA request was flatly denied, but the denial confirms that there are more videos that have not been seen by the public. Notably, Gregory Cason, deputy director of the Navy’s FOIA office, wrote in a response letter to the FOIA request that the release of the requested information “will harm national security” as it may provide adversaries valuable information “regarding Department of Defense/Navy operations, vulnerabilities, and/or capabilities.”
Furthermore, Cason’s reply to Black Vault touched on why the US government released/confirmed the three UFO videos back in April 2020, and according to Cason, the Navy only declassified those videos because they were already leaked to the media and were avidly being discussed by the public.
Additionally, Cason said that the Navy concluded that the release of those videos wouldn’t further damage national security.
It seems that while now the US government has admitted that it is taking UFO reports more seriously, it is also forced to walk a tight line between releasing UFO videos that won’t harm national security and providing the public with requested information under FOIA.