A former intelligence official turned whistleblower has recently provided Congress and the Intelligence Community Inspector General with extensive classified information concerning deeply covert programs that involve the retrieval of intact and partially intact crafts of non-human origin.
This groundbreaking revelation, reported here for the first time, has generated significant interest and raises critical questions about the existence of unidentified anomalous phenomena (UAP), commonly known as UFOs.
The whistleblower, David Charles Grusch, a decorated combat officer and veteran of the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency (NGA) and the National Reconnaissance Office (NRO), has alleged illegal retaliation for his confidential disclosures and filed a complaint.
Other current and former intelligence officials have independently corroborated Grusch’s claims, shedding new light on a global phenomenon that continues to defy explanation.
Decades of Covert Craft Recoveries
According to Grusch, the United States government, its allies, and defense contractors have been engaged in the recovery of non-human craft for decades.
These recoveries include both partially intact fragments and complete vehicles, some of which possess unique atomic arrangements and radiological signatures, as well as advanced material science testing.
Grusch’s information suggests that these objects have origins beyond conventional human technology and could potentially be attributed to extraterrestrial or unknown sources.
Illegal Withholding of Information
Grusch’s complaint alleges that the information regarding these covert programs has been illegally withheld from Congress.
He contends that the programs were concealed within multiple agencies, effectively bypassing proper oversight authorities.
His disclosures indicate that there was an ongoing Cold War-like competition, dating back to the Cold War era, between the United States and its near-peer adversaries to identify and recover UAP crashes or landings, exploiting the retrieved material for reverse engineering and national defense advantages.
Grusch asserts that this critical information was deliberately shielded from Congress and other oversight bodies.
Corroborating Witnesses and Public Awareness
Grusch’s claims have been supported by several current and former intelligence officials who have knowledge of these recovery programs. Notably, Karl E. Nell, a retired Army Colonel who served as the Army’s liaison for the UAP Task Force, characterizes Grusch as “beyond reproach.”
Christopher Mellon, a former Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense for Intelligence, has also collaborated with Congress on UAP matters and has received detailed information from sources regarding these programs.
However, getting this potentially explosive information into the right hands for validation remains a delicate matter due to concerns about the leadership of the newly established All-Domain Anomaly Resolution Office.
A Global Phenomenon and Unanswered Questions
The disclosures made by Grusch and other insiders point to the existence of a global phenomenon related to non-human intelligence.
Jonathan Grey, a generational officer of the United States Intelligence Community, emphasizes that these retrievals extend beyond the United States and that a global solution continues to elude us.
The information provided by Grusch highlights the urgency of unraveling this colossal enigma, which has profound national security implications.
Government Accountability and Future Inquiries
Grusch’s decision to leave the government and disclose this information to the public reflects his commitment to promoting government accountability through increased awareness.
Supported by his credibility and the corroboration of several sources within the intelligence community, Grusch’s disclosures represent a significant step toward shedding light on decades-long covert programs.
With Congress increasingly pressing for answers through public hearings and classified briefings, the path to validating and comprehending this complex issue may finally be within reach.