Brennan also commented on the footage that was taken of UFOs engaging with US Navy aircraft pilots. In the footage, the objects are flying around 30,000 feet in the air at hypersonic speeds and showing no visible engines or exhaust plumes typical of any known aircraft currently on Earth.
Brennan’s 25 years with the CIA included work as a Near East and South Asia analyst, as station chief in Saudi Arabia, and as director of the National Counterterrorism Center.
In a new documentary titled “The Phenomenon,” Former Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid said that UFOs and potential alien activity have been covered up by the government for years.
Eshed said that some governments are in contact with a “Galactic Federation” of aliens from far reaches of space who are observing humans for their own research purposes.
A Florida man who was allegedly attempting to break into somebody’s home died in a freak accident after the window he was trying to climb through abruptly fell down on his neck, pinning him down and ultimately choking him, police said.
According to the Lee County Sheriff’s Office, 32-year-old Jonathan Hernandez died Saturday while attempting to break into a residence in in Lehigh Acres, an unincorporated zone in the Cape Coral-Fort Myers metropolitan area.
“When Hernandez was trying to work his way through the window, it unexpectedly closed on top of him, pinning him and keeping him suspended in the air,” said Lt. Russell Park, a spokesman for the sheriff’s office, on Monday.
When authorities finally arrived, the tattooed and heavily pierced Hernandez had already died.
A photograph of the grisly scene was provided to the News-Press by the property manager of the home. In the image – which the local paper declined to publish – the lifeless body of a person can be seen caught in the green-framed window roughly five and a half feet up from the ground. The window is closed on the man’s neck while his right arm is hanging at his side.
Records from the local jail show that Hernandez, whose full name is Jonathan Hernandez-Zuluaga, had a number of prior arrests on his record including felony charges for grand theft, as well as probation violations.
The alleged thief was “no stranger to law enforcement,” Park added, noting that Hernandez had been busted “for his involvement in a murder case” back in 2014. That report and other details weren’t available.
Hernandez had five children and was a hip-hop artist known as Taz UFO or UFO.
Family members and loved ones of Hernandez are in shock over his death, and are perplexed about the circumstances surrounding his death.
“Soon as I got there I’m like, there’s no way. This isn’t what happened,” Hernandez’s fiancée, Patricia Duarte, told NBC2.
Those close to him have also defended him in local media, noting that he was a complicated human being who wasn’t simply defined by his run-ins with the law.
“When I first met him, I was like man he looks like he has a rap sheet like El Chapo,” she aded. “And he’s the complete opposite of that. He’s the sweetest person you’d probably ever meet and has the biggest heart.”
Tyson Lane also defended Hernandez, saying that despite his past offenses, “He is not a burglar. He’s not a thief. He’s not a bad guy.”
“That’s not what he is. If he had a roof over his head and you didn’t, he would give you a roof over your head, bring you in his household,” Lane continued. “That’s something that he did for a lot of people, including myself.”
Hernandez’s family and friends plan to continue pushing for answers.
“I just need something to be done the right way. I need a proper investigation,” Duarte said. “I need the actual truth to come to light.”
A report published last Tuesday by the French Military Ethics Committee has indicated that the country has begun to develop technology for bionically enhanced soldiers. The report discussed conditions in which devices like implants can be used to improve soldier performance on the battlefield.
The report said that maintaining clear ethical lines would be important in the development of bionic soldiers. The report called for eugenic or genetic applications of the technology to be banned, as well as anything “that could jeopardise the soldier’s integration into society or return to civilian life”.
The country’s military leaders believe that it is necessary to develop this technology because not doing so would allow other countries to get ahead and gain a military advantage.
In a speech last week, Defence Minister Florence Parly, said that the country’s military doesn’t plan on developing anything extremely “invasive” right away, but said that this could be an option in the future because other countries will be pushing the technology as far as they can.
Intelligence officials in the United States have suggested that the Chinese military has conducted biological tests on its soldiers in hopes of creating an army of enhanced supersoldiers.
In his article, Ratcliffe claimed that “The intelligence is clear: Beijing intends to dominate the US and the rest of the planet economically, militarily and technologically. Many of China’s major public initiatives and prominent companies offer only a layer of camouflage to the activities of the Chinese Communist Party.”
“US intelligence shows that China has even conducted human testing on members of the People’s Liberation Army in hope of developing soldiers with biologically enhanced capabilities. There are no ethical boundaries to Beijing’s pursuit of power,” Ratcliffe wrote.
His assertions are likely based on a paper that was published by American researchers last year that looked into China’s use of biological technology for military applications.According to Mint, Elsa Kania, one of the authors of the paper, said that the Chinese government was using CRISPR gene-editing technology to enhance soldiers.
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