Why isn’t someone in the press officially asking the U.S. gov/defense if the videos are real?

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With all the incredible analysis done in this sub of the airline disappearing, I think any journalist will have enough documentation to ask this question. I mean, how long have we been analyzing now? 11 days?

The videos have stood up to well argumented debunking attempts, but has not been debunked.

To move on, the next logical step is to ask the U.S. if the videos are real. If they deny, the burden of proof is on them.

If they confirm, disclosure will have to happen.

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