It appears as though the United States Air Force has denied access to sensitive documents to the UAPTF or Unidentified Aerial Phenomenon Task Force. The report, which is scheduled to be released in June, was ordered by the Senate Intelligence Committee and ordered the Director of National Intelligence to work in coordination with the Department of Defense to complete the task. However, not unexpectedly, one of the entities involved is refusing to fully cooperate, thereby creating a log jam of sorts with the information scheduled to be released. It appears to us that those that do not cooperate should be removed and replaced by those more willing to disclose information the public should have had for decades. After all this is not a request from the Senate Intelligence Committee but rather a demand. Bryan Bender writing for Politico explains what is happening and you can find it HERE.