Tony Bragalia received some interesting press with his website posting that the Pentagon had admitted, in a response to his FOIA request, that they had recovered alien debris. You can read the posts here (There is an earlier one as well):
We did talk about his suggestion, talking first about FOIA and then how it works. We then discussed the documents he received and why he believed that they proved that the Pentagon had admitted to the debris. You can listen to the program here:
We did examine some of the information in the various reports he had, and I wondered about the low level of classification. I think part of our problem is that he was looking at this as something from a scientific and engineering arena, and I was thinking more in terms of military secrets. He thought that feeding the information into the private sector for study, using compartmentalization as a protection would be the proper way to study the debris. I think that it would be highly classified and held close to the vest by the military and by extension, the federal government (read Deep State).
We did get hung up on how he inferred, from the documentation he received, that alien debris was involved. To him it related to the specifics of his request, and to the response he received. Although the documents themselves make no reference to UFOs or alien debris, it was in the cover letter from the DoD FOIA officer and the use of the term UAP that was important to understanding the context. We might have spent too much time on this with neither of us budging on point of view.
You’ll notice that at the very end of the show, there was a bit of a problem. I was out of time and was attempting to wrap things up, but Tony had wanted to talk about John Greenewald. There just wasn’t time to do it and when you have two people talking at the same time, the listeners become annoyed. Besides that, in the notes I send to each guest prior to the show, I mention that I’ll take the last two or three minutes for the wrap up and we’ll sever the connection at that point. We had just run out of time and there wasn’t anything that I could do about it…
Ironically, next week’s guest is John Greenewald. We’ll be discussing FOIA, Bigelow Aerospace and the same documents that Tony and I discussed.