6. The New Project Blue Book requested an FBI investigation into the Project Blue Book coverup
The writer of the letters to Director Sessions claimed personal involvement in a coverup which included denying information regarding UFOs to President Jimmy Carter. The writer coyly tells Director Sessions, “I could tell you more about this, because I was contacted by the Pentagon on the matter”. He also informs the Director that the New Project Blue Book included “â¦148 present and/or former” personnel of the USAF, NASA, intelligence agencies, and others, all acting as consultants “anonymously”. They are described as having, “â¦been actively engaged in earlier UFO reports or their respective agencies, and who are still muchly interested”. The writer directly accuses the USAF of keeping its true findings derived from Project Blue Book from senior government officials, the general public, and even the President of the United States.
Director Sessions is directly challenged (that word is used by the writer) to investigate the coverup and reveal the truth about the Air Force findings. Yet the writer also warns Director Sessions that he too is likely to be subjected to a bureaucratic runaround. The New Project Blue Book implied a high-level USAF coverup and warned Director Sessions to, “go beyond the Air Force and into the other agencies; such as the Office of Defense, CIA, etc”. It also informed Director Sessions, “President Bush (George H. W. Bush), when asked about UFOs, told the person asking âYou don’t know the half of it”. The letter writer then reminds the Director of the FBI that President Bush “was formerly with the CIA”. The writer closes with an expression of hope of reaching a final conclusion regarding the nature and presence of UFOs, “â¦if that conclusion is an honest one”.