United States government has UFOs of 'non-human origin' in its possession - whistleblower

United States government has UFOs of 'non-human origin' in its possession - whistleblower
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A whistleblower alleges the United States government has UFOs of "non-human origin" in its possession.

David Grusch, who is a veteran of the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency (NGA) and the National Reconnaissance Office (NRO), claimed this information about "deeply covert programmes" has been hidden and that it's about "retrieved intact and partially intact craft of non-human origin".

According to science news website The Debrief, Grusch said recoveries of non-human origin objects, including "intact vehicles", have happened for decades.

"The existence of complex historical programs involving the coordinated retrieval and study of exotic materials, dating back to the early 20th century, should no longer remain a secret," he told The Debrief.

A claim he previously made to the US Congress was the existence of a decades-long "publicly unknown Cold War for recovered and exploited physical material". This included a competition with "near-peer adversaries" over the years to identify UFO crashes or landings and retrieve the material for exploitation or reverse engineering to "garner asymmetric national defence advantages".

In 2022, Grusch gave Congress hours of recorded classified information that included specific data about the materials recovery programme. 

His investigation relied on extensive interviews with high-level intelligence officials, some of whom were directly involved with the programme. But Grusch claimed the operation was illegally shielded from proper Congressional oversight and he was targeted and harassed because of his investigation.

He said the craft recovery operations are still going on at various levels of activity and he knows the specific people involved.

"Individuals on these UAP [unidentified anomalous phenomena] programmes approached me in my official capacity and disclosed their concerns regarding a multitude of wrongdoings, such as illegal contracting against the Federal Acquisition Regulations and other criminality and the suppression of information across a qualified industrial base and academia," Grusch told The Debrief.

The US also has "non-human origin technical vehicles", with Grusch telling News Nation: "Call it spacecraft, if you will. It's probably not the right parlance. But no kidding, non-human exotic origin vehicles that have either landed or crashed."

He said the are "quite a number" of spacecraft from other species.

He isn't alone either. Intelligence officer Johnathan Grey told The Debrief that the "non-human intelligence phenomenon is real".

"Retrievals of this kind are not limited to the United States. This is a global phenomenon, and yet a global solution continues to elude us."

Grusch believes it was dangerous for this "80-year arms race" to continue in secrecy because it "further inhibits the world populace to be prepared for an unexpected, non-human intelligence contact scenario".

Grusch's claims come just days after a Pentagon chief admitted that unidentified "metallic orbs" have been found "all over the world".

Sean Kirkpatrick, director of a new UAP analysis office, said these objects are making "very interesting apparent manoeuvres".

"While we are still looking at it, I don’t have any more data other than that," he said.

"Being able to come to some conclusion is going to take time until we can get better-resolved data on similar objects that we can then do a larger analysis on."

The US government has recently centralised its system for reporting UFOs, and now the Pentagon receives between 50 and 100 reports a month. Although Kirkpatrick said just 2 to 5 percent of these are "really anomalous".

"For the few objects that do demonstrate potentially anomalous characteristics, AARO [All-domain Anomaly Resolution Office] is approaching these cases with the highest level of objectivity and analytical rigour," he said.

"AARO has shared these cases with the appropriately cleared NASA team members in order to discuss and help recommend potential scientific areas of study that NASA may want to take lead on."

Kirkpatrick added that AARO plans to deploy "dedicated sensors for typical UAP" sightings. This is equipment that is independent of the existing military defence sectors that have picked up evidence during their normal duties.