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Former Official Claims US Gov. Possesses Alien Crafts & “Non-Human” Biologics

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Former United States Air Force intelligence officer, David Grusch, reiterates his previous assertions during his sworn testimony to the US Congress. Grusch claims that the US government possesses alien aircraft and hints at the possibility of possessing alien bodies as well.

According to The Guardian, Grusch asserts that the government conducted a long-running program spanning decades, focusing on the collection and reverse-engineering of crashed unidentified flying objects (UFOs). He played a key role in analyzing unexplained anomalous phenomena (UAP, an official US government term for UFOs) within the Department of Defense until recently.

Additionally, Grusch alleges being denied access to secret government UFO programs and claims knowledge of individuals who suffered harm or injury while the government attempted to conceal UFO-related information.

The Pentagon, represented by spokesperson Sue Gough, refutes Grusch’s claims in a statement. The investigators have reportedly found no verifiable evidence to substantiate the existence of programs related to the possession or reverse-engineering of extraterrestrial materials, either in the past or currently.

During the testimony, US congresswoman Nancy Mace inquired about the recovery of the pilots’ bodies from the alien crafts. Grusch responded, “As I have stated publicly already, biologics came with some of these recoveries.” When asked whether these biologics were human or non-human, Grusch asserted, “Non-human, and that was the assessment of people with direct knowledge of the program that I talked to.”

In a previous interview with The Debrief, Grusch had disclosed that the US government, along with allies and defense contractors, has been recovering partially and fully intact vehicles for several decades. His analysis indicated that these objects are of “exotic origin,” implying that they are either extraterrestrial or of unknown provenance.

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