Daniel Sheehan discusses changes to the UAP Disclosure Act of 2023 led by Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-NY) and Senator Mike Rounds (R-SD), including the removal of an independent review board, eminent domain, and a controlled disclosure process.
Daniel P. Sheehan is a constitutional and public interest lawyer, public speaker, political activist and educator.
Over his career, Sheehan has participated in numerous legal cases of public interest, including the Pentagon Papers case, the Watergate Break-In case, the Silkwood case, the Greensboro massacre case, the La Penca bombing case and others. He established the Christic Institute and the Romero Institute, two non-profit public policy centers. Since 2015 Sheehan has lectured on American history, politics and the assassination of John F. Kennedy at the University of California, Santa Cruz. Sheehan is currently Chief Counsel of the Romero Institute, where his focus is the Lakota People's Law Project.
Sheehan has spoken publicly about UFOs and alien visitation, and has served as counsel for Harvard University psychiatrist John Mack as well as Steven Greer's Disclosure Project. He currently represents Luis Elizondo, the former director of the Advanced Aerospace Threat Identification Program in a case against the US Department of Defense.
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Daniel P. Sheehan (Official Website)
New Paradigm Institute (Official Website)
FY24 NDAA Conference Report
Schumer-Rounds UAP Disclosure Act
Дата на публикация: 9 декември, 2023