Did UFO hacker McKinnon find evidence of a secret US UFO fleet?

By | April 18, 2010

Having just finished the Star Trek Enterprise series (all four seasons start to finish) I really love the premise behind this. Which, of course, should raise some alarm bells right there. Sometimes stories are tailor made for people who want to believe. Now we have a tie in between Gary and the Disclosure Project.

I bet some countries are getting pretty nervous about the speed, payload, cloaking devices and crew compliment of our secret UFO space fleet. We’ve been very restrained since Roswell, not risking any leaks of our “Ace in the Hole” alien technology. But there have been plenty of sightings all over the world. 😉

Gary McKinnon (credit: Associated Press)left: Gary McKinnon (credit: Associated Press) left below: Admiral Hillenkoetter (credit: USN), right below: General Curtis LeMay (credit: USAF)

In what US prosecutors have called the biggest military hack of all time, Scottish hacker, Gary McKinnon says it was all done in an effort to end secrecy regarding UFOs and Free Energy technology. McKinnon has been accused of hacking into computer systems belonging to NASA, the US Army, US Navy, Department of Defense, and the US Air Force. He is fighting extradition to the United States to be held on trial, and if extradited faces spending the rest of his life in prison, but where his efforts in vain, or did he really find something.

In all of his interviews, McKinnon talks about two UFO related finds. He told the Guardian newspaper that he thought what he found was so important that he tried to barter with the government. When first caught he was offered the chance to take a plea bargain and get a three to four year sentence. He turned the offer down to get a lesser sentence, threatening to release everything he found if they didn’t give him a better deal. Unfortunately for Gary, the US government wasn’t too worried about his revelations. Now he faces spending a 70 year sentence in a US prison, where they don’t serve tea and crumpets.

McKinnon was inspired by physician Dr. Steven Greer’ Disclosure project. Greer had brought together a number of very credible witnesses to testify in front of the Washington National Press Club that they had knowledge of the existence of Extraterrestrial visitation and that it was being hidden from the public. One of the witnesses said they knew that pictures from space were being altered at NASA’s Johnson’s space center; UFOs were allegedly being taken out of pictures.

Admiral Hillenkoetter (credit: USN)General Curtis LeMay (credit: USAF)McKinnon hacked into Johnson’s systems and said he found a high definition picture of a large cigar shaped object over the northern hemisphere. He said that he was so shocked by the picture that he didn’t think to immediately save it. He also said that the file size was so large that is was difficult to view it on his computer. Eventually his connection was lost, and so was the picture.

The most shocking find to McKinnon, the one he thought would be his ace in the hole negotiating with the US government, was what he found hacking into the systems of US Space Command. McKinnon says he found a log that listed non-terrestrial officers. He doesn’t believe that these were aliens, but he believes this to be evidence that the US military has a secret battalion in space. Some of these logs were ship to ship transfers, but he says he was usually smoking pot when he hacked, so that prevented him from remembering the names of the ships. McKinnon told the Gaurdian: “I was smoking a lot of dope at the time. Not good for the intellect.”

There are rumors that he has talked about the names of two of the ships he saw on the transfer logs, the names of the ships being the USSS LeMay and the USSS Hillenkoetter. Typically Navy ship names just have two S’, an acronym for United States Ship, however there are three S’ here, presumably standing for United States Space Ship. The names of the ships are also significant.

General Curtis LeMay was friends with retired Air Force Reserve Major General and former U.S. Senator from Arizona, Barry Goldwater. Goldwater believed there was a UFO cover-up deep within the government, and suspected that his friend LeMay knew about it. There were rumors that there was UFO evidence being held in a secret room at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base called the blue room. Goldwater told the media several times that when he asked LeMay about this room, LeMay got upset and told him, “Not only can’t you get into it but don’t you ever mention it to me again.” Open Minds magazine will have an article going more into depth on Goldwater in the second issue.

The second ship’s namesake, Admiral Roscoe Hillenkoetter, was the first director of the CIA, and was also a member of a UFO research organization, the National Investigations Committee on Aerial Phenomena (NICAP). In 1960 the New York Times reported that Hillenkoetter had sent a letter to Congress that included this statement: “Behind the scenes, high-ranking Air Force officers are soberly concerned about UFOs. But through official secrecy and ridicule, many citizens are led to believe the unknown flying objects are nonsense.” ….

via What did the UFO hacker really find? | Gary Mckinnon | Open Minds UFO News | Openminds.tv.

I was listening in live to the Disclosure Project broadcast from Washington years ago. It was quite a freaky thing. I’m not sure how much I saw since it was blocked at some point by someone very sophisticated.

Here is a sample from that event.  This is my second try… when I tried to post this the first time, I got a rapid series of three errors on my iPhone which I have never seen, and then the entire post was deleted. Is someone very sophisticated jamming my transmission? If so, you should just take this YouTube clip down:

This next video says the base on the moon mentioned above belongs to the US, not to aliens:

Related: Do you know about USOs?

[YouTube=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TUt6qtgJaVY]

5 thoughts on “Did UFO hacker McKinnon find evidence of a secret US UFO fleet?

  1. Patrick

    I sure wish that there was a mainstream response to Karl Wolfe’s press conference. I cant find anything outside the UFO “community.”

    What do you think, Xeno?

    1. Xeno Post author

      Based on my research years ago interviewing people, testing the relationships of organizations and so on, I do have a view but I see no advantage (and some possible harm) in making a public statement until the time is right… and it may never be. There are forces at work. This just has to play out.

  2. Chris Scud.

    It would be pretty cool if the US did have a UFO fleet, I would give up all my video games to see that……… wait I take that back I would give all my video games except Rock Band 2 and Halo 3 ODST to see that.

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