Existence of the UFO-related files was disputed as recently as 2008
UFO enthusiasts have pushed for their release, resulting in a legal battle
The German Supreme Administrative Court in Leipzig has ordered the Bundestag to make the UFO files available, but no date has been confirmed
Move has been welcomed by UFO researchers, but some fear they may not be as exciting as hoped
Germany’s parliament has been ordered to release confidential documents about UFOs after a lengthy legal battle.
The existence of the files was disputed as recently as 2008, but a UFO enthusiast discovered evidence to the contrary and pushed for their release.
News of the impending publication has been welcomed by UFO researchers, but some fear they may not be as exciting as hoped.
The German Supreme Administrative Court in Leipzig ordered the Bundestag to make the UFO files available.
In 2008, Dr Wolfgang Schäuble, Germany’s Minister of the Interior denied that the German government had ever investigated UFOs, but in 2009, a UFO enthusiast named Robert Fleischer discovered a parliamentary department had been investigating extraterrestrial objects.
A German blogger named Frank Reitemeyer took the Bundestag to court over the secret reports and the dispute has only just been resolved,The Express reported.
No date for the release of information has yet been confirmed.
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