As of this writing, the CEFAA
is still seeking help from expert groups to resolve the mystery.
"This has been one of the most important cases in my career as director of CEFAA
because our Committee was at its best," General Ricardo BermAaAaAeA de former CEFAA
director, told Kean.
Ricardo Bermudez, CEFAA's director, told a UFO conference last month that the spots were caused by an object travelling at speeds in excess of 4,000 mph.
Kean said that went back to the CEFAA official regarding the bugs.
This was definitely not a drone," Jose Lay, the international affairs director for the CEFAA, stated in the HuffPost report.
After the predictable explanations were eliminated, the CEFAA analyst and other staff concluded that the spotted object can be qualified as a UFO and the captured images were worthy of further analysis.