by Douglas Dean Johnson @ddeanjohnson on X/Twitter Originally posted: September 3, 2023 The purpose of this page is mainly to provide easy access to the texts of the latest versions of the array of legislative proposals currently under consideration in Congress that deal directly or indirectly with Unidentified Anomalous
By Douglas Dean Johnson @ddeanjohnson NOTE: As of June 24, 2023, this article is superseded by an updated article, "Senate Intelligence bill gives holders of 'non-earth origin or exotic UAP material' six months to make it available to AARO," which incorporates most of the material below, as well as newly
By Douglas Dean Johnson @ddeanjohnson on X/Twitter Original publication: May 1, 2023. All substantive changes since initial publication are logged at the bottom of the article. “So we have a very unusual situation there, where we have the best possible witnesses.” – Jacques Vallee, A Different Perspective, June 3, 2021
By Douglas Dean Johnson @ddeanjohnson on Twitter Original publication date: April 29, 2022. The most recent update was on June 5, 2023 (see list of changes at the bottom of the article). "[Kevin Knuth, Ph.D., physicist] plans on writing a scientific paper on UAP characteristics using the [October 5,
Congress directs the military and intelligence agencies to get a grip on "unidentified aerial phenomena," and authorizes the resources required. By Douglas Dean Johnson @ddeanjohnson on Twitter WASHINGTON– (December 7, 2021, 1:45 PM EST) – With the unveiling today of legislative language already agreed on in negotiations between key lawmakers
By Douglas D. Johnson December 13, 2020 @ddeanjohnson on Twitter Having long since internalized the admonition of pop-culture-UFO promoter Jeremy Kenyon Lockyer Corbell to "weaponize your curiosity," I must ask: Does Joe Rogan inhabit parallel universes simultaneously -- one universe in which Bob Lazar's story is absolutely true, and another
The U.S. Senate may soon consider a far-reaching proposal to upgrade military and intelligence investigations of Unidentified Aerial Phenomena, and to require annual unclassified reports by Douglas Dean Johnson @ddeanjohnson on Twitter WASHINGTON (Friday, Nov. 5, 2021, Noon EDT, with later updates noted in brackets) -- The U.S.
In June 1990, Bob Lazar pled guilty in Nevada to a felony charge, criminal pandering. Lazar received a three-year suspended sentence, with probation; he satisfactorily completed the probation. These documents are part of the now-public file of court documents associated a petition filed with the court in 1996, seeking to