I watched Corey Goode’s deposition in his ongoing lawsuit which is now available on a number of online locations. He is now claiming that many terms he introduced in his SSP testimony since late 2014, “Dark Fleet”, “Anshar”, “20 and back”, “Lunar Operations Command”, “Interplanetary Corporate Conglomerate”, etc., were his own inspired creations, hence his intellectual property, rather than based on actual physical events and institutions he experienced. He may feel compelled by legal reasons to backtrack from his earlier testimony, but all who interviewed CG know that he always claimed the majority of these were real physical events rather than astral journiess, inspired creations, channeling, etc., as he claimed in his testimony. He never once said to me since we began collaborating in April 2015 that the majority of these claims were anything other than real physical events that could be objectively confirmed by investigation. In fact, he encouraged me to do so. Regardless of where one stands on the controversy generated by CG’s latest position on his testimony and intellectual property claims, it is important to point out that many of CG’s SSP claims were preceded by Randy Cramer (early 2014) and Michael Relfe (2000) who earlier discussed “20 and back” programs, “Lunar Operations Command”, corporate operations on Mars, supersoldiers, etc.