Dr. Steven Greer: “Anyone Who Knows This Material Would Have A Bullet With His Name On It.”

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For those who don’t know who Steven Macon Greer is, we will clarify that he is an American retired doctor and ufologist. Steven was born on June 28, 1955.
He is the founder of the Center for the Study of Extraterrestrial Intelligence (CSETI), and the initiator of The Disclosure Project. Both of these projects are trying to uncover allegedly confidential UFO data.
We recommend that you watch the video attached to this text and judge for yourself: Is Dr. Steven Greer is right when he says, “Anyone who knows this material would have a bullet with his name on it.”
Ufology career
Greer founded the Center for the Study of Extra-Terrestrial Intelligence (CSETI) in 1990 to create a diplomatic and research-based initiative to contact extraterrestrial civilizations.[7][8][9] The group defined CE-5 or ‘close encounters of the fifth kind’ as human initiated contact and communication with extraterrestrial life.[9] CSETI claims to have over 3,000 confirmed reports of UFO sightings by pilots and over 4,000 of what they describe as landing traces.[8] The organisation utilizes ‘Rapid Mobilisation Investigative Teams’ with the aim of arriving at landing sites as quickly as possible. CSETI has defined a protocol for human initiated contact to UFOs using consciousness.[10][3]
In 1993, Greer founded the Disclosure Project, the goal of which is to publicly disclose the government’s alleged knowledge of UFOs, extraterrestrial intelligence, and advanced energy and propulsion systems.[11][12][13] The Disclosure Project was founded in an effort to grant amnesty to government whistle-blowers willing to violate their security oaths by sharing classified information about UFOs.[14] Greer claims to have briefed CIA director James Woolsey at a dinner party, although Woolsey disputes the accuracy of Greer’s claim.[15][16]
In October 1994, Greer appeared in Larry King‘s TV special The UFO Coverup?[17]
In May 2001, Greer held a press conference at the National Press Club in Washington, D.C. that featured 20 retired Air Force, Federal Aviation Administration and intelligence officers. /WIKIPEDIA

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