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A former national security official who blew the whistle on reports of UFOs claimed the Pentagon tried to smear his reputation and discredit him so the government could continue to cover up details about unexplained aerial phenomenon.
Lue Elizondo, a former head of the Advanced Aerospace Threat Identification Program, filed the 64-page complaint with the Pentagon’s inspector general on May 3, according to Politico.
“Several internet bloggers were notified … that I had no duties regarding AATIP and that AATIP did not involve the study of UAPs,” Elizondo reportedly told the IG. “As a result, the bloggers began to disseminate reporting, accusing me of being a fabricator.”
The complaint also said a senior official warned Elizondo he would “tell people you are crazy, and it might impact your security clearance,” according to the article.
“These negative actions against me have resulted in great personal and professional challenges to me and my family,” Elizondo’s complaint reportedly read.