...By Judah Olanisebee for TDPel Media.
Pentagon Releases New Footage of Spherical UFO over Middle East The Pentagon has released new footage of a spherical UFO spotted over Middle Eastern villagers, which bears a remarkable similarity to a previously sighted “Mosul orb” in 2016.
Dr Sean Kirkpatrick, director of the All-domain Anomaly Resolution Office, announced that his team is currently tracking 650 cases, and 52% of them are spheres.
Dr Kirkpatrick shared two declassified videos, one of which remains unresolved.
The sighting was made by an MQ-9 Reaper drone last year, which used electro-optical sensors to spot the apparent spherical object, and it is virtually impossible to identify it solely based on the video.
The Mosul Orb Video should be Declassified Investigative filmmaker Jeremy Corbell called on Dr Kirkpatrick and the Pentagon to release the “Mosul orb” video, which has been used to educate armed services, intelligence community, defense contractors, political representatives, etc.
Corbell claims that similar “spherical UAP” have been spotted globally since humans took to the skies, and over-classification is corrosive to public trust.
He believes that the public has the right to view the video, and their representatives have the responsibility to release it.
Dr Kirkpatrick claimed that, as yet, there was no data to show that such craft were extraterrestrial or used off-world technology or defied laws of physics, which was contradictory to previous Pentagon-confirmed sightings of UAP, including the Nimitz UFO in 2004.
UFO Sightings and Public Trust The Pentagon’s release of new footage of a spherical UFO and the controversy over the Mosul orb video call into question the need for transparency on this topic.
Over-classification of the data can create suspicion and distrust in the public, who should have the right to view this footage.
The issue of UFO sightings is not only about the sightings themselves but also the credibility of the information provided to the public.
Withholding information is corrosive to public trust and can harm the government’s reputation.
Therefore, it is imperative that the authorities provide evidence and transparency on this subject.