The US has been urged to release evidence of UFOs after claims they were intact alien vehicles.
  • By ufos-usa
  • / August 8, 2023
  • / USA

The United States was urged to release evidence of UFOs after a whistleblower, a former intelligence official, said the government was in possession of partially intact foreign vehicles.

Former intelligence official David Grusch, who led the analysis of unexplained anomalous phenomena (UAP) at a US Department of Defense agency, claimed that the US had non-human devices.

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Grusch claimed in the report that information about these vehicles was illegally withheld from Congress. Grusch said that when he provided classified vehicle information to Congress, he faced retaliation from government officials. He left the government in April after a 14-year career in U.S. intelligence.

Jonathan Gray, the current US intelligence chief at the National Air and Space Intelligence Center (Nasic), confirmed in a report the existence of “exotic materials,” adding: “We are not alone.”

These revelations follow a wave of credible ones Sightings and reports that have reignited interest in extraterrestrial ships and possible visits in recent years.

In 2021, the Pentagon released a report on UAPs (most of the alien community prefers this term to UFOs) that uncovered over 140 cases of unexplained UAP encounters.

The report follows the leak of military footage showing seemingly inexplicable events in the sky, with Navy pilots saying they frequently encountered strange ships off the coast of the United States.

In an interview with Debrief reporters Leslie Kean and Ralph Blumenthal, who previously revealed the existence of a secret Pentagon UFO research program, Grusch claimed that the US government and government contractors, US defense officials, had recovered parts of non-human ships in some cases the entire ship, for decades.

“We are not talking about a secular origin or identity,” said Grusch. “The material includes intact and partially intact vehicles.

Grusch told the report that the analysis showed the material was of “exotic origin,” meaning “inhuman intelligence, extraterrestrial or unknown origin.”

“[This assessment is based] on vehicle morphology and scientific studies of materials, unique atomic arrangements and radiological signatures,” Grusch said.

Gray, who according to the report analyzes anomalous phenomena that did not explain Nasic, confirmed Grusch’s story.

“The phenomenon of non-human intelligence is real. We are not alone,” Gray said.“This type of research is not limited to the United States. This is a global phenomenon, and yet we lack a global solution.”

The debriefer spoke to several of Grusch’s former colleagues and each of them vouched for his character. Karl E. Nell, a retired Army colonel, said Grusch “cannot be blamed.” In the 2022 report’s performance evaluation, Grusch was described as “the officer with the strongest moral compass.”

Nick Pope, who studied UFOs for Britain’s Ministry of Defense (MoD) in the early 1990s, said Grusch and Gray’s report on extraterrestrial materials was “very significant.”

“It’s one thing to post on conspiracy blogs, but this takes things to the next level and exposes the real whistleblowers,” Pope said.

“If these people file a complaint, they do so on the condition that they have knowingly made a false statement and face a fairly large fine and/or prison sentence.”


“People say, ‘Oh, people make up stories all the time.’ “But for me, going to the inspector general of the intelligence community in front of Congress and doing that is a completely different thing. Because if it turns out to be wrong, there would be consequences.”

The debriefing revealed that Grusch had material and vehicle knowledge. “Don’t Human” was based on “in-depth interviews with high-ranking intelligence officials.” He said he reported to Congress about the existence of a “recovery program” of UFO material.

“Grusch stated that recovery operations with varying levels of activity were underway and that he was aware that specific current and former individuals were involved,” the report said.

In the review article, Grusch does not say that he has personally seen the alien vehicles or where they might be stored. He asked in the report not to disclose details of retaliation by government officials related to the ongoing investigation.

He also does not specify how he believes the government retaliated against him.

In June 2021, a report from the Office of the Director of National Intelligence found that there were 144 encounters between military pilots and the UAP in 2004-2021, 80 of which were recorded on multiple sensors.Only one of the 144 encounters could be explained with “great certainty”: it involved a large balloon deflating.

Due to growing interest from the public and some US senators, the Pentagon created the Office of Domain Anomaly Resolution in July 2022, tasked with monitoring UAPs.

Last December, the office said it had received “several hundred” new reports, but so far there was no evidence of extraterrestrial life.

The publication of Grusch and Gray’s claims comes after a team at the US space agency NASA tasked with investigating unexplained anomalous phenomena found that the stigma associated with reporting encounters and harassment of people reporting on meetings hinder his work.
, Navy pilots who described their experiences encountering unexplained objects during military flights in 2021 said they and others chose not to report internal encounters for fear it would embarrass them in their careers. “Harassment only further stigmatizes the field of UAP, significantly hinders scientific progress, and discourages others from addressing this important issue,” said Nicola Fox, NASA’s chief science officer, in a public meeting on May 31.

Dr. David Spergel, independent chair of NASA’s independent UAP research group, told the Guardian that he did not know Grusch and was unaware of his claims.

The Defense Ministry did not immediately respond to a request for comment.

In a statement, a NASA spokesperson said: “One of NASA’s highest priorities is the search for life elsewhere in the universe, but to date, NASA has found neither credible evidence of extraterrestrial life nor evidence that UAPs are extraterrestrial. . But.” NASA explores the solar system and beyond to help us answer fundamental questions, including whether we are alone in the universe.

Pope said that in his work on UFOs for the Defense Department, he saw no concrete evidence of craftsmanship or non-human materials.

“Some of our cases have been fascinating,” Pope said. “But we didn’t have a spaceship in the hangar anywhere. And if so, they didn’t tell me. However, Pope said Grusch’s claims should be seen as part of a growing flow of information – and hopefully revelations – about UFOs.

He said: “It is part of a larger puzzle.And I think if this is all true, it brings us closer to the heart of it all than ever before.

Richard Luscombe contributed to this report


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