- David Grusch, an intelligence veteran, testifies before Congress claiming the U.S. government holds ‘nonhuman’ bodies and evidence of UFOs.
- Grusch alleges the existence of an ongoing cover-up of a multi-decade retrieval and reverse-engineering program.
- The former intelligence official also claims he and others have faced retaliation for coming forward with this information.
In a startling Congressional testimony on Wednesday, intelligence veteran David Grusch claimed the U.S. government possesses “non-human” bodies and evidence of unidentified anomalous phenomena (UAPs), widely known as UFOs.
Grusch, a former member of the Air Force and National Geospatial Intelligence Agency, testified that he knows the “exact locations” where this evidence is concealed, based on interviews with “over 40 witnesses over four years.”
“I actually had the people with first-hand knowledge provide a protected disclosure to the inspector general,” Grusch added, stating that these locations have also been disclosed to an inspector general and “some of which” to congressional intelligence panels.
Last month, Grusch came forward with whistleblower allegations regarding the existence of non-human crafts and claims of a cover-up by Congress.
His quest for information about an alleged multi-decade retrieval and reverse-engineering program was continually rebuffed, despite leading UAP study efforts for years.
In a House Oversight subcommittee, Grusch testified that “biologics came with some of these recoveries.”
According to him, those still involved with the project believe these biologics are “non-human.”
He even mentioned that evidence of non-human intelligence has been in the U.S. government’s possession since the 1930s.
Grusch refuted a statement made by Sean Kirkpatrick, head of the Department of Defense’s All-domain Anomaly Resolution Office (AARO), tasked with investigating UAPs.
In an April testimony before the Senate Armed Services Committee, Kirkpatrick claimed that there is no credible evidence of extraterrestrial activity, off-world technology, or objects that defy known physics laws.
Grusch dubbed Kirkpatrick’s statement as “not accurate,” citing overlap between the individuals he has debriefed and those who have approached AARO.
Moreover, Grusch testified that he has faced “brutal” retaliation since he went public.
“It hurt me both professionally and personally,” he stated, adding that he knew others who had been harmed or injured.
When asked if anyone has been murdered, Grusch replied cautiously, “I have to be careful answering that question. I have directed people with that knowledge to the proper authorities.”