In declassified documents obtained and published by Scott C Waring, editor of UFO Sightings Daily, John F. Kennedy wrote a letter to the head of the CIA demanding their research on alien life and UFOs just days before his death.
The memo is authentic and is a confirmed declassified document released by the CIA.
In the memo, JFK wrote: “It would be very helpful if you would have the high threat cases reviewed with the purpose of identification of bona fide as opposed to classified CIA and USAF sources.
It is important that we make a clear distinction between the knowns and unknowns in the event the Soviets try to mistake our extended cooperation as a cover for intelligence gathering of their defense and space programs. I would like you to arrange a program of data sharing with NASA where unknowns are a factor.”
That same day he wrote a separate memo to NASA asking for “cooperation with the former Soviet Union on mutual outer space activities.”
The situation was obviously of great concern for JFK, because just four days later he visited NASA at Cape Canaveral, Florida, although the details and specifics of his visit are unknown.
More recently, Jimmy Carter promised during his campaign that if he was elected, he would encourage the government release “every piece of information” relating to UFOs and alien life. Coincidentally, there was actually an assassination attempt on Carter during his presidency.
The recent revelations about JFK’s interest in UFO’s have even prompted a response from Presidential Candidate Hillary Clinton, who promised to “get to the bottom” of the UFO mystery if she was elected.
“I think we may have been visited already. We don’t know for sure,” Clinton said in a recent interview.
However, UFO expert Scott C Waring says that Clinton is in over her head.
“Presidential candidate Hillary Clinton doesn’t know it yet, but she does not have the power to release such information. CIA would kill her before she could, just like they did JFK. Hillary will be too scared of the CIA to release such information,” Waring said.