Lions Ground accused Secureteam10 of publishing fake, hoax and misleading content. In a 20 minute video is explained with legitimate evidence that Tyler Glockner has only the intention to generate revenue.
Why Debunking Secureteam10?
Producing or promoting fake UFO videos for money is not only fraud, but it has a damaging effect on genuine UFO research. Some researchers have dedicated their entire life to solve the UFO mystery, some even died. The idea they make revenue this way is disturbing and unscrupulous. It also has a similar effect as cointelpro, a technique used by the FBI aimed at surveilling, infiltrating, discrediting and disrupting information.
Who Is Tyler Glockner?
Tyler Glockner, 29 years old from Huntington, West Virginia Area. Glockner joined Youtube on May 24, 2011. His channel has over 753.159 subscribers and 179,691,997 views. Secureteam10 generates an average revenue between €15,000 and €19,000 per month.
On November 19, 2014, Glockner published the video “Giant body behind Saturn entering solar system,” which has been removed. A second character called Ken is the main character. But Ken is actually Tyler:
Tyler knowingly falsifies a story. We managed to grab a copy of this video, it is available on Patreon.
Then Tyler claims that an alien ship is being stored at the South Pole in one of his latest video. Antarctica is more than just snow. You can find mountains, hollow snow and frozen lakes. If you rotate the camera angle on Google Maps, it is clear that this is about a frozen lake. You see this mostly near mountains. When ice melts, the water runs off the mountain until the water reaches the deepest point.
Tyler of Secureteam10 has recently blocked the Twitter account of Lions Ground so he can answer Tweets behind the back of the lion ‘undisturbed’.
“What the haters fail to mention is that I told my viewers that it was me and only for effect,” says Tyler.
- He has not informed the viewers in the video
- He has not informed the viewers in the video description
Another lie Tyler.
“Its an unidentified object. Furthermore it looks absolutely nothing like the surrounding frozen water,” claims Tyler on Twitter. It’s not very surprising that frozen lakes have different shapes. This has to do with the shape of the land and the cavity. This shows that Tyler has not conducted any research and just gives it a UFO tag.
A UFO researcher tries to examine first to determine if the material is worth publishing, something Tyler fails to do.