A former United States Air Force (USAF) intelligence expert believes the mysterious swarm of drones spotted in recent weeks over Colorado may not be drones at all – but new state-of-the-art military technology.
Authorities in the US state have been flooded with reports of drones “as big as cars” being spotted almost every night.
Such is the frenzy over what they could be, a task force involving 10-15 law enforcement agencies including the FBI was set up to “get to the bottom of it”.
But despite claiming there is nothing “criminal” about the craft, no one has of yet managed to explain them.
And now, an intelligence expert who has worked in all branches of the military believes they may not be drones at all.
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Mike Turber told Daily Star Online that the craft may actually be showcasing the USAF’s “tic-tac” technology.
Speaking to this site after his explosive appearance on The Hidden Truth Show with Jim Breslo, he said: “I’m guessing it’s Navy related.
“I’ve seen several videos that have gotten me into this.
“I’m a debunker and I’ve never jumped on the UFO bandwagon.
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“But as I’m watching these videos, I’m seeing some objects that look a lot like a tic-tac would be.
“There’s one where an aircraft is zooming by at a ridiculous speed.
“As far as I know, they very well could be these tic-tacs but I have no inside knowledge of what these are and can’t really confirm anything.”
These tic-tac craft, Mike believes, are the same objects spotted by US Navy fighter jet pilots from the USS Nimitz in November 2004.
While the Navy has labelled the craft as Unidentified Aerial Phenomena, the intelligence expert is convinced they are actually being built by the US military.
Conspiracies over what the mystery drones continue to rage ever since they were first reported on December 23.
Aviation attorney and drone enthusiast Loretta Alkalay told Motherboard that the drones may not exist at all, suggesting the media frenzy over them have turned the stories from fact to fiction.
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