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Navy Commander Swears Under Oath That US Government Holds Alien Bodies And UFOs

In a recent US Congress hearing, there's been talk about the government's involvement with UFOs and whether there's truth to claims of extraterrestrial life.

David Charles Grusch, a former intelligence officer for the US task force and a whistleblower, provided evidence in support of these claims. He was once a colonel at the National Geospatial Intelligence Agency (NGA) but felt something was amiss when he was denied access to certain operation data.


He revealed to the panel, "I became a whistleblower through a PPD19 urgent concern filing in May 2022."

Grusch explained how he became isolated, stating, "Following concerning reports from multiple esteemed and well-credentialed current and former military and intelligence community individuals, the US Government is operating with secrecy above congressional oversight with regards to UAPs."


UAP stands for Unidentified Aerial Phenomena, as classified by NASA's website, indicating that Grusch was given information about the government's handling of UFOs.


"My testimony is based on information I've been given by individuals with a longstanding track record of legitimacy and service to this country," the NGA officer said.

During the congressional session, Grusch shared with Ms. Mace that he was given 'compelling evidence in the form of photography, official documentation, and classified oral testimony' from his colleagues.

When asked about his findings, Grusch revealed that 'biologics' were recovered from crash sites.


Ms. Mace then inquired if the government possessed the bodies of the pilots who operated the crashed vehicles, to which Grusch confirmed that they did.

He stated, "As I've already mentioned in my NewsNation interview, biologics were found in some of these recoveries."

When asked if these biologics were of human or non-human origin, Grusch honestly replied that they were non-human, thereby confirming the existence of extraterrestrial life.


Despite knowing that speaking out could harm his career, Grusch bravely decided to reveal this evidence after four years of working with the UAP task force. His aim is to shed light on the information so that Congress can investigate further.


On the witness stand, Grusch affirmed, "I am driven by a commitment to both the truth and transparency, rooted in our inherent duty to uphold the United States Constitution and protect the American people."

During his time as a member of the UAP task force from 2019 to 2021, stationed at the NRO Operations Centre, Grusch had access to a wealth of confidential information.

In 2019, he was tasked by the UAP task force director to identify all special access programs and controlled access programs necessary to fulfill their congressionally mandated mission. As a result, he obtained clearance to access all compartments required for his job.


However, there was one specific area that remained inaccessible to him.

Grusch received information about a long-standing UAP crash retrieval and engineering program but faced a swift denial when attempting to access the necessary 'additional read-ons' to provide to his superior.

In response, he made a courageous decision based on the collected data. He reported the information to multiple inspectors, which ultimately led to his blacklisting from the industry.


The question arises: Do you believe he's telling the truth under oath?