Chase Brandon, an ex-CIA operative has been making the usual media rounds sounding off about a plain black box he discovered in a warehouse. He has appeared on Coast to Coast with George Noory twice and has had numerous other sound bites in conventional media and the internet.
"I took the box down, lifted the lid up, rummaged around inside it, put the box back on the shelf and said, 'My god, it really happened!”
He also goes on to talk about the virtue of the CIA and their non-affiliation with the Kennedy assassination. But he doesn't discuss Roswell beyond the depth of the above quote. He also reminds the audience that his new book is out, "The Cryptos Conundrum" and while it is fiction, if you read between the lines, you can figure out Roswell.
A good marketing campaign if I ever saw one.
But I doubt you can trust anything a CIA operative tells you, one way or another. They have life-long gag orders attached to them. The Central Intelligence Agency has two explicit jobs. It gathers information, and it disseminates misinformation, to achieve the American government's goals. This has been apparent in many operations from Grenada to the Korean War to the war in Afghanistan. So there's no reason to assume that if Roswell did happen, the CIA would adopt a different MO.
If that is the case, then for over 50 years the CIA has enjoyed orchestrating this kind of data swarm to confuse people. They could not outright destroy the evidence, but what they could do is encourage the most implausible conspiracy theories to the point where they were as credible as the truth. The more crackpot ideas you nurture, the less likely the real witnesses would be taken seriously and the less likely the truth could be unquestionably revealed. Text book year 1 law school.