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Disclosure Diaries Update #43: A summary of notable Disclosure updates from June 3-June 9, 2024

Jun 10, 2024 | Disclosure Diaries Weekly Updates

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This past week in Disclosure:


June 6 – Rep. Tim Burchett suggests David Grusch’s list of hostile/co-operative witnesses will come into play during the upcoming UAP hearings

During a live listening session with Askapol, Rep. Burchett indicated that Grusch’s list of hostile/co-operative witnesses (as referenced during his July 2023 public testimony) may be relevant during the upcoming UAP hearings.

Askapol: “David Grusch gave a list of cooperative and hostile witnesses, what have they done with this list?”

Rep. Burchett: “That’ll be part of the next hearing, some of those folks. I’m afraid to give out too many names, because, as you know, what happened the last time we had like 12 people that were coming in. We ended up with three.”

Notably, Rep. Burchett remained doubtful that the Schumer-Rounds UAPDA language would be useful:

“I just I don’t see [the UAPDA language] doing much. [Schumer’s] a Democrat. Again, I just want disclosure. I don’t want all the bureaucracy. I’m sick of it. 50 pages or 60 pages of bureaucracy to say ‘release it.’ Obviously, they’re putting something in there where they’re not going to be releasing it…”

June 7 – UAP Whistleblower David Grusch releases new statements regarding avenues various whistleblowers have taken to provide their testimony

Speaking in reference to the 40-odd witnesses that informed his July 2023 testimony, David Grusch released the following statement(s):

“I am not aware of any of the 40 primary interview subjects that formed the basis of my ICIG whistleblower complaint having gone to AARO to be interviewed.

“[The witnesses] conveyed to me [a] lack of trust in [AARO] and the ‘command climate.’”

“I am only aware of three individuals with mostly second-hand knowledge that were interviewed by AARO that I also spoke with some years back during my research process. Those individuals did produce some interesting leads I followed, but it appears AARO did not have the expertise to distill the information they were given, as it should have provided them access to a large body of foreign intelligence and other U.S. program information I had access to that is not reflected in the AARO Historical Report Vol. 1.

“Sen. Gillibrand does not have access to my witness list, so I am unaware how the Senator allegedly has made any assessment in that regard [referring to this].”

June 8 – Senator Gillibrand confirms another public UAP hearing will take place in July, or September 2024 at the latest

I’m hoping July, and if not then September. But I’m trying to do July.” – Sen. Gillibrand tells Askapol in reference to a future UAP hearing she has mentioned in the past.

She hopes to have the new interim director of AARO be a part of it, to showcase a variety of solved cases so the public can better understand what’s going on:

Sen. Gillibrand: “And I told [the interim AARO director] I wanted him to do video of the things that he’s figured out. Cause like they’ve figured out a bunch of things that looked really weird and now I want to know what they are because it gives the community something to fully understand, to see how strong the science is.”

Askapol: “To present to the public basically?”

Sen. Gillibrand: “To present to the public. So the public can say, ‘If you see these ten weird things, we figured out three of them. We’re gonna show you these three. We still don’t know about seven, but here’s three and this is why we know.’ And this is why better footage is important, it’s why better sensors are important, it’s why we need to do over the horizon radar in a certain way. Because, without data, we can’t assess and not knowing is isn’t acceptable. And so I’ve asked him and he said yes.”

June 9 – the newly founded UAP Disclosure Fund announces plans to support pro-UAP disclosure candidates in upcoming elections

The recently founded UAP Disclosure Fund‘s Executive Director provided several statements to the Liberation Times:

“For members of Congress who are part of the UAP caucus and working on UAP legislation, we will closely monitor their primary and general election races.

We’ll identify situations where providing political support could benefit their campaigns. When we determine that our involvement could make a difference, we will inform our supporters about where their actions could be most helpful.

We plan to support every lawmaker who takes the UAP issue seriously, regardless of party affiliation. As a nonpartisan group, we aim to collaborate with all members of Congress working on this issue.”


Things to look out for in the near future:



  • According to Senator Gillibrand – a public hearing in line with AARO’s latest report can be expected soon, saying –”I’m hoping July, and if not then September. But I’m trying to do July.”


  • Lue Elizondo has indicated his much-awaited book will be published in August 2024. Elizondo was the former director of the now defunct Advanced Aerospace Threat Identification Program (AATIP) – a program associated with the release of the Pentagon UFO videos.

Beyond/currently unknown

  • Following the UAP hearing on the 26th of July, Members of Congress have called for a select committee with subpoena authority, to “go about the task of collecting information from the Pentagon and elsewhere” on unidentified flying objects. There have been conflicting messages from various Members of Congress on whether this is likely to happen anytime soon. Note – a select subcommittee was formally requested on March 13th.
  • Reps. Moskowitz, Luna, and Burchett have repeatedly stated their intent to hold field hearings to overcome stonewalling from the Pentagon and military establishment “I think we [Congress] should try to get into one of these places [housing UAP evidence]…and if they won’t let us in I think we should have a field hearing right outside the building…and the military will have to explain why that is.” – Rep. Moskowitz (D) It is currently unknown when exactly we might expect that to occur, however as of Jan 12 – Rep. Luna confirmed: “I feel confident that we have enough evidence to move forward with our first field hearing. We will be announcing details soon.”
  • Several journalists have indicated that first-hand witnesses of the alleged UAP legacy programs are in the process of providing testimony/evidence to the relevant authorities (e.g. the IC IG) and/or are on the verge of making public statements in the near future (Example 1, example 2, example 3, example 4)
  • David Grusch has received additional clearances through DOPSR to discuss some of his (alleged) first-hand knowledge of Legacy programs. He has mentioned he may be covering more of this information in an upcoming Op-Ed
  • Some commentators have speculated that the architects of the UAPDA (e.g. Sens. Schumer/Rounds et al) are working diligently behind the scenes to continue furthering serious legislative UAP transparency efforts

Skimmed through this post but need a quick refresher on how we got to this point? Check out this handy Disclosure Timeline to get up to speed.