After years of legal proceedings, the Supreme Court ordered the German Bundestag to release information about UFOs, the search for extraterrestrial intelligence and a special UN resolution about the research on UFOs. This information is collected by the scientific service of the German parliament.
Until today, the Bundestag kept this information not only secret, but they also tried to prevent the people gaining access through the courts. The verdict is a big step for the German UFO research.
In 2010 Robert Fleischer (Exopolitic.org) found out that the scientific service of the German parliament had a department which was engaged in the search for extraterrestrial intelligence and research into UFOs.
Although several journalists managed to get a copy of a paper of this department, they were not allowed to publish it at all. Frank Reitemeyer dragged the Bundestag to court and was ruled in favor. The Bundestag hired an expensive lawyer, appealed and won. Eventually, the case ended up at the Supreme Court.
The information that must be released includes an international summary of facts about UFOs, information about SETI (the search for extraterrestrial life) and the UN Resolution A/33/426. The authors of the paper conclude remarkably enough, that “neighbors and allies of Germany (including France, the US, Britain and Canada) as well as many other countries did official investigation on UFOs.”
German secret service
This conclusion contradicts the statement of Minister Wolfgang Schaeuble, which in 2008 said that the German government has no interest in doing any investigation into the subject of UFO sightings.
Many researchers and journalists already revealed that the German government secretly investigates unidentified flying objects. They discovered that the German secret service BND has an archive on UFOs.
Source : lionsgroundnews.com