Details of secret UFO memo sent to Justin Trudeau revealed

Details of secret UFO memo sent to Justin Trudeau revealed

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The memo concerned the shooting down of a UAP over Canada’s Yukon Peninsula earlier this year. Back in February, the downing by US fighter jets of a Chinese balloon over US soil was followed up by the downing of three other objects of unknown nature and origin.The first of the three, which was described as “cylindrical and silver-ish gray”, was shot down by an F-22 Raptor after it was observed flying at an altitude of around 40,000ft over Alaska.

The second was downed a short time later over Canada, followed by a third over Michigan.

Now a previously unseen memo that was sent to Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau following the incident has been brought into the limelight.

The memo reportedly states that the object shot down over the Yukon was in fact the 23rd such object to be tracked over the continent during the first few weeks of 2023.

“Object #23’s function, method of propulsion, or affiliation to any nation-state remains unverified,” the memo reads, before going on to suggest that the wreckage might never be found. “It is unknown whether it poses an armed threat or has intelligence collection capabilities. The area in which the impact occurred is a known (caribou) migration route, which opens the possibility of future accidental discovery by Indigenous hunters.”

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The memo did, however, also play down the significance of the other sightings.

“NORAD numbers objects on a sequential basis, per year, to track every detected object that is not immediately identified. Upon cross-examination most objects are found to be innocuous and do not meet the threshold for higher reporting or engagement.”

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The wording is similar to what US President Joe Biden said about these incidents at the time.

“Nothing right now suggests they were related to China’s spy balloon program, or that they were surveillance vehicles from any other country,” he said.

“The intelligence community’s current assessment is that these three objects were most likely balloons tied to private companies, recreation or research institutions, studying weather or conducting other scientific research.”

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