Bloke who found UFO evidence hacking NASA says theyll never tell the truth

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    NASA will never tell the public the truth about UFOs and aliens, claims the man behind the "biggest military computer hack of all time".

    Gary McKinnon, 57, claims he found evidence of contact with 'non-terrestrial' beings when he illegally gained access to US Army, Navy, Air Force, Pentagon, and NASA computers in 2002. The hacker claimed to have unearthed the secrets that are being held about other life forms living here on Earth as he claims to have seen thousands of images and documents providing 'proof'.

    Gary claimed to have seen images of a cigar-shaped "craft" hovering above Earth on a NASA owned computer. He also claimed to have found evidence of aliens on the US Navy network, claiming that her saw an Excel spreadsheet of "non-terrestrial officers", ships and military materials on "fleet to fleet transfers".

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    However, McKinnon claims he doesn't have a copy of the evidence due to slow internet at the time of his hack. He said that a NASA employee caught on to him and shut him down quicker than he could download the documents.

    He has since bashed NASA, especially since the White House has admitted that UFOs and UAPs are 'a real issue' that are impacting US Air Force. McKinnon said: "As usual, they said nothing, on balance. And when pressed they just repeated their non-committal statement. We'll never get any truth from military institutions, which NASA is, regardless of the fact that it pretends to be a civilian institution."

    He added: "It's a fact that there are objects we don't understand flying around in our skies, it's also a fact that there are scientific, intelligence and military departments that study these objects. They will never tell us the truth."

    But contrary to what McKinnon believes and while NASA refuses to respond to conspiracy theories and UFO claims, NASA administrator, Bill Nelson, has insisted that the organisation will share its UAP data with more transparency and disclose any evidence of alien life to the public – if is ever found.

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    As a result of his cyber crime, McKinnon spent nearly a decade fighting extradition to the US, where he would have faced up to 70 years in jail if convicted. However, his extradition was eventually blocked by then Prime Minister, Theresa May, on human rights grounds after he was diagnosed with Asperger's syndrome in 2012.

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