Christopher Mellon has now for the first time openly expressed about the information the government has about UFOs. There were some incidents involving UFOs when Mellon worked for the government.
A Navy pilot phoned him one day to say that a UFO circling a fighter. The Navy did as far as he knew no further investigation. In addition, the radar captured four or five bright UFOs in the evening sky. Everyone was puzzled, says Mellon. No government employee showed some interest, even after the images were shown during the TV program Nightline. “It was the complete lack of scientific curiosity because of political correctness,” he said highly frustrated.
Mr. Mellon was particularly impressed by the UFO sighting in November 1989 in Belgium, when 13 policemen and hundreds of other witnesses saw two triangular craft above the land. The Belgian Air Force launched an investigation, worked with a group of scientists and consulted with the US and NATO countries, but could give no clear explanation.
And on March 30, 1993 more than 100 witnesses, including policemen and soldiers saw a triangular craft above England. The object was able to shoot away from standstill. The British Ministry of Defense concluded that “an unidentified object (or objects) whose origin was unknown was operating over the UK.”
Mellon stresses that these objects were not owned by the US Department of Defense. He adds that the US military does not test new vessels over densely populated areas.
Furthermore, he noted that the military is generally unwilling to investigate UFO reports, even if they come from military pilots or senior officials, such as former governor of Arizona Fyfe Symington.
About Hillary Clinton’s promises to declassify UFO files, Mellon does not think Hillary Clinton will gain access to secret government programs on UFOs, if she becomes president.
“I remember instances where employees of the White House could not get access to secret programs of the Ministry of Defense. People like Clinton years may hold high positions without ever accessing secret programs of the Ministry, which mostly deal with new weapons. ”
If Clinton wants to find out the UFO topic to the bottom, the best she can do is reaching out to NORAD, the military organization that oversees the US airspace, and let them do the research.