Richard Doty, a US AirForce Special Agent, says there is a special program for managing visitors from other planets.
He claims to have studied secret plans in which aliens collaborate with the US government. Richard Doty took a great risk and broke the silence because it is too important for such things to remain secret.
Doty worked as a special agent in the United States Army Ultrasecret Projects Division. Together with Steven Greer, a renowned UFOologist, Doty presented these secret documents to the Washington DC Press Club within the Disclosure Project.
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Almost 20 years after he worked as counterintelligence officer at the Kirtland Air Force Base, Doty decided to provide accurate details of the nature of his work in the Unacknowledged series, produced and distributed by Netflix.
During my service in the Kirtland Air Force Base, I was included in a special program dealing with alien visitors, he said.
Over the years, Doty has been criticized for admitting that he has also been part of a program to manipulate the public opinion on this subject. In 2013 he appeared in the Mirage Man documentary, in which he revealed how the US military used mythology to hide advanced military technology.
Many people have criticized him for his testimonies in that documentary, but he appears to have been manipulated and misrepresented by documentary maker Mark Pilkington.
Doty says parts of the interview he gave to Pilkington were altered and pans of his audio testimony were deleted. Doty says he saw some aliens after the Roswell’s UFO crash, he says the bodies were about 4 feet tall and injured, and before they were taken to the Los Alamos airbase, they first crossed the Kirtland base from Albuquerque.