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Richard Doty is a retired USAF agent with special clearance, who has broken his silence on apparent alien investigations. In May 2001, with the help of ufologist Steven Greer, Doty gave evidence at the National Press Club in Washington DC, as part of the Disclosure Project. Here, 20 retired Air Force, Federal Aviation Administration and intelligence officers all came together to give first-hand accounts on their UFO experiences.
Almost two decades later, Doty detailed his exact role at Kirtland Air Force Base during the 1990s, which apparently involved studying aliens.
“I was a counterintelligence officer at the base,” he revealed in 2017 Netflix series “Unacknowledged”.
“During my time there I was briefed into a special access programme involving the US government’s investigations into extraterrestrials.
“I studied their planned visitation to Earth.”
Doty has received criticism over the years, after admitting he was also part of a disinformation project with the US government at one time.
He featured in a 2013 documentary titled Mirage Men, where he revealed how the military used mythology to cover up their advanced technology.
It led many to discredit his story as people struggled to see the difference between truth and lies.
However, Doty maintains his innocence, claiming he was falsely represented in the movie by writer Mark Pilkington.
He claims his interview was edited and parts of the audio were voiced over.
Doty also previously claimed he was witness to alien bodies after the notorious Roswell UFO crash.
He detailed: “They were about four foot in length and some were heavily injured.
“We were told they were taken to Kirkland Air Force Base, Albuquerque, before going to Los Alamos.”