LAS VEGAS - Can a rock star do what generations of investigators have failed to manage -- that is, find out what the government knows about UFOs? Last year, Tom DeLonge, the co-founder of Blink 182, told the I-Team about his plans to create a multi-media empire based on inside information given to him by military sources he had cultivated. Since then, DeLonge has taken some lumps, and his grand plan was nearly crushed by the WikiLeaks disclosures. The rock star life was good for Tom DeLonge. he had millions of fans, sold millions of records, and would occasionally mention his obsession in song lyrics. But since becoming more serious about UFOs, he's managed to tick off just about everyone, especially the UFO faithful who've accused him of being a dupe, a fraud, a tool of the deep state, or delusional. DeLonge has persevered. "This is the greatest story never told period, you don't even need to sensationalize anything. It's like science fiction, but more like science non-fiction," said Tom DeLonge, founder of To The Stars. Read More: LasVegasNow
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