The Smithsonian Institution has been obliged to produce secret records dating from the early 1900s by the US Supreme Court, revealing that the agency was complicit in a significant historical cover-up.
The cover-up, in particular, reveals massive human remains that have been discovered across the United States.
To safeguard the orthodox chronology of human development, the papers that witnessed these discoveries were ordered to be destroyed.
All of these facts were revealed by a group of Smithsonian whistle-blowers who claimed that a number of papers proving the presence of thousands of human bones up to 12 feet tall had been destroyed.
The court case was turned around when a 13-meter-long human femur was presented as proof of the existence of such huge beings. A Smithsonian had taken the bone in the mid-1930s and kept it with him for the rest of his life.
Since then, the Supreme Court has ordered the Smithsonian Institution to make available any secret information or records relating to the destruction of cultural and historical material. Perhaps, after all these years, we will finally learn the truth about our forefathers and past.
To ensure political impartiality, the materials will be distributed in 2020 and will be coordinated by an independent scientific group.