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Canadian Leader's Bombshell UFO Memo Details Response to US Shootdown of 'Small, Cylindrical Object' Over Alaska, Canada

Justin Trudeau's Bombshell UFO Memo Details Response to US Shootdowns
Source: Mega

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau received a secret memo outlining the Canadian government's response to the February 11 incident in Yukon.

Sep. 13 2023, Published 8:55 a.m. ET

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Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau received a secret memo outlining the Canadian government's response to the February 11 incident in Yukon, where an unidentified object was shot down.

The memo, titled "Memorandum for the Prime Minister," was obtained by Canadian outlet CTV News through a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request. It stated that the full exploitation of the object shot down over Alaska on February 10 by the U.S. Air Force had not yet been completed, reported.

The memo also expressed concern about the indigenous hunters potentially finding the object during their caribou hunt.

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The memo, sent by Canadian official Janice Charette, who was the clerk of the Privy Council at the time, highlighted the fact that the function, method of propulsion, and affiliation to any nation-state of the object remains unknown.

It is unclear whether the object posed an armed threat or had "intelligence collection capabilities."

The Canadian Air Force (CAF) led an aviation search effort to find the downed object. Still, the memo stated that the "prospects of recovery" were unlikely due to the mountainous terrain, snow cover, and expected new snowfall.

Charette raised questions about the nature of the object and its potential threat, considering that it was shot down. Canadian Defense Minister Anita Anand described the object as a "small, cylindrical object" smaller than the Chinese spy balloon shot down off the coast of South Carolina on February 4.

The Wall Street Journal reported that the object was a small metallic balloon with a tethered payload, which aligns with Gen. Wayne Eyre's statement that the object was similar to the Chinese balloon.

The memo also briefly addressed the February 10 UAP shootdown over Alaska, referred to as "UAP #20." The "full exploitation" of this object had not been completed at the time of the memo.

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The New York Times reported that the fallen object broke into pieces upon hitting the frozen sea ice off Prudhoe Bay, and the U.S. military called off the search for wreckage.

The memo's reference to "full exploitation" suggests that intelligence services and the U.S. military were conducting Foreign Material Exploitation (FME) operations to learn more about the object's construction, operation, and capabilities.

While there was an active search to find the wreckage, if nothing were found, data collected from various sensors and platforms that tracked the object would have been utilized for analysis.

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The memo does not address UAPs #21 and #22 specifically, but it mentions the shootdown of a UAP over Lake Huron on February 12. Intercepted radio communications indicated that this object was a small balloon.

Efforts to retrieve more information from agencies involved, such as NORAD, the Canadian Defense Ministry, the U.S. National Security Council, and the All-Domain Anomaly Resolution Office (AARO), are ongoing. Despite requests, the Pentagon has not released any imagery from the shootdowns, leading to speculation about what they may be withholding.

According to the memo, actions are being taken to improve detection and understanding of these objects, including upgrades to NORAD's sensor ecosystem and demands from Congress for a better understanding of vulnerabilities.


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