The whistleblower, according to the Express, filed a report with the Mutual UFO Network on February 13 claiming he wants to promote “disclosure”. He was quoted as saying:
After this, Tompkins worked with a number of leading aerospace companies from 1947, which included Northrup, Lockheed, Douglas Aircraft Corporation, TRW, and General Dynamics. Tompkins has included a number of documents in his autobiography, Selected by Extraterrestrials. They reveal his work in designing kilometer long spacecraft in the 1950s and 1960s. These were eventually built and deployed by the U.S. Navy as space battle fleets in the 1980s.
Tompkins is working on the next edition to his autobiography where he will release more of the documents he accumulated during his military and corporate career that support his claims of U.S. Navy and corporate involvement in extraterrestrial/UFO projects.
Could the thousands of documents soon to be released by the new whistleblower mark the start of the long anticipated document dumps Secret Space Program whistleblower Corey Goode has been discussing since mid-2015?
On June 15, Goode wrote:
In a previous article published on January 1, I wrote about recent meetings by elite groups which indicated that negotiations were secretly underway to prevent the catalyzing event from occurring:
In this regard, Goode wrote yesterday:
Tompkins testimony, as discussed in a series of articles, provides an important basis for evaluating the new whistleblower’s claims and documents. This will help determine whether the new whistleblower’s testimony is part of a partial disclosure plan intended to cover up crimes in space, or a genuine disclosure initiative designed to acclimate the general public to what lies ahead.