Corbell & KnappIn an astounding revelation that has far-reaching implications, investigative journalists Jeremy Corbell and George Knapp, renowned for their work in uncovering hidden truths, have acquired and published a document on the international cooperation of reverse-engineering Unidentified Aerial Phenomena (UAPs). The document, disclosed on their website,, signals a new age in our understanding of unidentified aerial phenomena.

Following the groundbreaking testimony from UAP whistleblower David Grusch, this new document further illuminates the international response to these phenomena. A letter, alleged to have been penned by a veteran Member of Parliament from Canada, has been directed at the Defense Minister of the country. The implications of the information enclosed within this letter could redefine our understanding of the cooperation among nations regarding UAPs.

The Member of Parliament, Larry Maguire, offers detailed insights into a covert program run by the “Five Eyes” alliance. The intelligence alliance, comprising the USA, Canada, Australia, UK, and New Zealand, is said to be actively involved in analyzing and reverse-engineering exotic materials acquired from UFO crashes. These materials, according to Maguire, date back to the early 1950s, a revelation that adds another layer of mystery to the UFO narrative.

Maguire’s letter underscores the urgency for the Canadian government to proactively handle the UAP story. He warns of potential revelations that could undermine public trust and bring embarrassment to the governments involved in the Five Eyes alliance.

Beyond shedding light on this multinational effort, the letter also reveals the specific names of programs involved in reverse-engineering materials collected from UFO crash sites. The unveiling of these classified details could potentially alter the course of public discourse on UAPs.

The Defense Research and Development Canada’s possession of recovered UAP material is notably highlighted in the document. Maguireā€™s emphasis on the matter serves as an outright admission of the reality of UAP presence on Earth.

It is worth noting that the revelations within this letter reflect a key technology host program involved in UAP research within the Five Eyes alliance. The implications of such multinational cooperation are profound and bring into question how much of this truth has been deliberately withheld from the public.


Maguire’s efforts in revealing his country’s involvement in these UAP programs, and his ongoing advocacy for greater transparency, is indeed commendable. His urgent call for proper oversight and transparency in the domain of UAP research signifies a breakthrough in the long history of secrecy surrounding UFOs and UAPs.

It is now openly admitted by the Department of Defense and allied nations that long-term UAP reverse-engineering and exploitation programs exist. This admission, as Corbell states, marks the time to acknowledge the UAP presence.

To protect their sources, Corbell and Knapp make it clear that they adhere to Shield Law. This law, safeguarded by the First Amendment and enforced by the Supreme Court of the United States, allows sources to speak freely and anonymously to journalists and reporters. In the fight against the suppression of transparency, Shield Law provides a crucial countermeasure.

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This article is part of an ongoing series exploring new revelations and research in the field of Unidentified Aerial Phenomena. Continue to follow for updates and exclusive coverage.

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