In a new development concerning Unidentified Aerial Phenomena (UAP), a batch of documents and videos has emerged from the United States Customs and Border Protection (CBP). The unexpected find came to light thanks to X user “Dr.Disclosure89 (@Docneuroeo)”, who alerted The Black Vault about this discovery.
As of now, the origins of this release remain a mystery. There are two main possibilities: either CBP took the initiative to proactively disclose these materials to the public, or they were released as a result of a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request. The Black Vault currently has multiple FOIA cases with CBP. Some of these requests were transferred to other agencies, while others remain open with CBP.
To get to the bottom of this, The Black Vault reached out to CBP for clarification. But after navigating an intricate phone menu system, no representatives were available to provide a comment or an explanation about the nature of the release.
While the actual context and background of the released documents and videos remain unclear, they offer a glimpse at some new cases, though much of the resolution seems to be on the low side. The Black Vault will also be seeking higher resolution versions of the videos, along with higher resolution scans of the documents.
All of the material is now available below.
The following PDF is exactly how the CBP released the documents. They remain in the order they were released, and seem to be a stack of records reviewed, all thrown into one PDF with no particular order.
All CBP UAP Documents [390 Pages, 44MB]
Click on video to download file name to download. That link is followed by a streamable YouTube version for convenience:
- Video pertaining to Unidentified Aerial Phenomenon 10.mp4 [103MB] (Note: #10 was doubled on the CBP release with numbering only – videos are different. On the CBP release, this was labeled “3.2” but the file within the zip was labeled “10”)
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