Anonymous will leak UFO data, or was trolled again

Video warns Anonymi will release data from 'the Illuminati' proving existence of ETs

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>Members of the hacktivist group Anonymous are denying the group has or plans to release secrets government documents detailing the activities of, coverups involving and autopsies on extraterrestrial alien visitors spending time on Earth to probe the gastrointestinal secrets of imaginative, emotionally needy people in desolate rural areas.

During the '50s and '60s, the UFO/flying-saucer craze was driven by rumors of strange aircraft, sightings of aliens and a crashed alien spacecraft was recovered by the U.S. military near Roswell in 1947, all centered around the remote Air Force facilities on the federal reservation near Roswell, N.M. known as Area 51.

Many of the sightings were real, according to admissions in 2009 from scientists and engineers working at Area 51 during the '40s and '50s; the sightings weren't flying saucers, though. They were more likely to have been of the nearly 3,000 test flights of a plane code-named A-12 Oxcart, which became the altitude- and speed-record-setting SR-71 Blackbird, which flew so high and so fast pilots and civilians who saw it often believed humans could not be at the controls.

Anonymous is about to burst that comfortable bubble of denial with the real story behind the alien visitations, according to analysis by UFO activist and Internet radio talk-show host Jeffery Pritchett, who tentatively endorses the possibility that the hacktivist group really is behind a YouTube video of uncertain provenance that promises to disclose the real story behind decades of government conspiracies.

"Anonymous claims to have UFO & alien info. We do? This is news to us!" responded YourAnonNews, a primary source of news on the collective.

Denials only confirm the story for conspiracy theorists, however,

"Anonymous coven denies UFO agenda video and mocks Alien life, Seriously? Sequel to article from Monday," Pritchett responded in his own Twitter feed.

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