Multiple Government, Military Sources Claim US Has Retrieved At Least 12 Alien Spacecraft

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Shortly after NASA held its first public briefing on UFOs, stating that unexplained orbs have been spotted “all over the world,” the UFO investigative world was set on fire by wild new claims by a US intelligence office whistleblower.

The whistleblower, 36-year-old David Charles Grusch, a veteran of the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency (NGA) and the National Reconnaissance Office (NRO), claims that not only has United States retrieved and studied UFOs of non-human origin, it has also recovered alien bodies from UFO crash sites.

Grusch’s allegations of a government cover-up of UFOs and aliens, while difficult to believe are being taken serious enough to warrant the U.S. House of Representatives announcing that it is planning to hold a hearing in an effort to investigate their validity.

“These [programs] are retrieving non-human origin technical vehicles, call it spacecraft if you will, non-human exotic origin vehicles that have either landed or crashed,” Grusch told investigative journalist Ross Coulthart this week.

He also claims that the information he was privy to during his 14 years inside the US government has been illegally withheld from Congress.

Grusch’s story, which was originally told to The Debrief, is now being corroborated by another journalist who claims multiple sources inside the military and intelligence communities have told him that the United States is in possession of at least a dozen alien spacecraft.

Author Michael Shellenberger, writing on Substack, says “multiple sources close to the matter have come forward to tell Public that Grusch’s core claims are accurate. The individuals are all either high-ranking intelligence officials, former intelligence officials, or individuals who we could verify were involved in U.S. government UAP [Unidentified Aerial Phenomena, or UFO] efforts for three or more decades each. Two of them have testified, including as recently as last year, to both AARO [All-domain Anomaly Resolution Office] and Congress.”

The individuals said they had seen or been presented with “credible” and “verifiable” evidence that the U.S. government, and U.S. military contractors, possess at least 12 or more alien space crafts, some of which they shared with AARO, which AARO has refused to provide to Congress. The reason AARO “has not discovered any verifiable information,” they said, is because it does have the authority to verify it and may not want to verify it.

Defense Department spokesperson Sue Gough, who has repeatedly denied UFO and alien claims over the past several years, said about David Grusch’s claims, “To date, AARO has not discovered any verifiable information to substantiate claims that any programs regarding the possession or reverse-engineering of extraterrestrial materials have existed in the past or exist currently.”

Shellenberger, however, states that his “sources all expressed anger and frustration at the Pentagon’s denial of the existence of nonhuman craft and materials.”

“The denials coming out of Susan Gough and the Pentagon are specifically chosen to use AARO as the source of information when Grusch has already addressed that AARO didn’t have access,” one source told him. “And so, of course, they didn’t discover anything.”

Grusch specifically filed a complaint with the Office of the Intelligence Community Inspector General because the military and intelligence community has NOT been properly reporting its findings to the AARO and Congress.

Shellenberger also reports that another source who said they shared information with AARO and Congress told him, “I know of at least 12-15 craft.”

Multiple sources who spoke to Shellenberger “said they felt compelled to speak out publicly to validate Grusch’s claims but did not want their names used” due to non-disclosure agreements or secrecy agreements, but did admit that the Pentagon and military contractors keep the nonhuman spacecraft in different locations, including Area 51 in Nevada.

“What Grusch did was the first giant step to get the information out,” one of them said.

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