The Smithsonian was forced by the ruling of a US Supreme Court to discharge confidential papers originating from the 1900’s which verify that they destroyed thousands of giant human remains.
The Smithsonian filled a lawsuit against the American Institution of Alternative Archeology (AIAA) for claiming that such action took place and for trying to harm the name of the institution.
During the proceedings, a few Smithsonian whistle-blowers confessed that documents, which supposedly verify such destruction of giant human skeletons between 6 feet and 12 feet in height, really exist. The idea behind this conspiracy is to hide the truth that throughout the America there are remains and traces of highly developed civilization which existed long before the Natives.
A breaking moment during the proceedings was when a 1.3 meter long human femur bone was presented as proof. The presented proof had been stolen during the 1930’s from the Smithsonian by one of their former curators.
By the decision of US Supreme Court, the Smithsonian Institution has been ordered to discharge confidential papers connected to the destruction of giant human remains.
Director of AIAA Hans Guttenberg said that discharge of the confidential papers to the public would benefit archaeologists and historians to reassess present-day theories of human evolution.
The confidential documents are going to be released in 2015 and in order to guarantee political neutrality, the task is going to be conducted by an independent scientific organization.