Former Intelligence Worker Claims UFOs Have Been Recovered

( – A former U.S. intelligence agent put out a report on Monday via Debrief detailing his efforts to expose the government’s cover-up of the UFO phenomenon, now known among officials as unidentified aerial phenomena (UAP).

The whistleblower, David Charles Grusch, is a decorated veteran who served with the National Reconnaissance Office and the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency. While at the Reconnaissance Office, Grusch was part of the Unidentified Aerial Phenomena Task Force, claiming to have had high-level clearance levels.

Attempting to bring more information about UAPs to the public, Grusch submitted classified information to Congress and the Intelligence Community Inspector General. He claims that “partial fragments” as well as “intact vehicles” have been recovered “by the government, its allies, and defense contractors,” and that the analysis of these recovered objects determined them to be “of exotic origin” and created by a non-human intelligence of unknown origin.

There are other unidentified whistleblowers and members of the intelligence community who support Grusch’s efforts to shed light on this subject. In the Debrief report, a retired Colonel from the U.S. Army as well as a former Deputy Assistance Secretary of Defense attested to Grusch’s character and good standing.

Brusch followed the proper protocols with every office and department required to review the information that he intended to release to the public. His statements on the record were cleared by the Pentagon in April to be published.

He claims programs to investigate the phenomenon have historically been hidden inside “multiple agencies” that have nested “UAP activities in conventional secret access programs” while ignoring the “appropriate reporting” to oversight authorities. He also said that he reported on the existence of a “publicly unknown Cold War” to Congress focused on the recovery and exploitation of “physical material” recovered from UAP crashes in order to reverse engineer the technology for “national defense advantages.”

A few days prior to the release of Grusch’s report, Christopher Mellom of Harvard’s Galileo Project, published an editorial calling on the government to “come clean” about what they know regarding UAPs and whether or not they have recovered any artifacts of non-human origin.

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