The journalist Michael Shellenberger said that government contractors support US Air Force whistleblower David Grusch’s claim that the US is in possession of 12 ‘non-human’ spacecraft.
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The report comes after US Air Force whistleblower David Grusch alleged in the media that the government is in possession of non-human spacecraft and its pilots but have been hiding that information from Congress.
The United States is in possession of 12 non-human spacecraft, according to multiple military and intelligence contractors whose comments were published by journalist Michael Shellenberger on Wednesday.
The sources who spoke with Shellenberger say Grusch’s allegations were accurate.
Grusch told two US media outlets on Monday that he filed a complaint with the Intelligence Community Inspector General (ICIG) about the alleged illegal coverup.
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By Tuesday, former deputy assistant secretary of Defense for Intelligence, Christopher Mellon, likewise reported that four witnesses told him they are aware of “a secret US government program involving the analysis and exploitation of materials recovered from off-world craft,” and demanded that the US government come clean with the public if it has recovered a spacecraft of non-human origin.
While Grusch was unable to provide hard evidence for his claims, he has an impeccable background in the military and intelligence communities, and was formerly the US National Reconnaissance Office representative to the government’s unidentified anomalous phenomena (UAP) task force – the precursor to the All-domain Anomaly Resolution Office (AARO) which is investigating the UAP phenomena now.
Grusch presented classified material, including reports and emails, to the ICIG, but the Defense Department prevented him from sharing photos in his disclosure. He also swore under oath that his accusations were true.
Grusch said he did not know how many spacecraft the government is in possession of, stating only that it was “quite a number” of partially intact or fully intact crafts.
The sources that spoke with Shellenberger say that the government and government contractors are in possession of “12 or more” non-human spacecraft. Some of these ships were shared with the AARO, while others were not, said the sources, adding the AARO has refused to share that information with Congress.
The AARO denies it has discovered any information about the government being in possession of off-planet crafts. “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,” said Defense Department spokesperson Sue Gough.
But some of the sources say that is by design. They point out that the AARO only has Title 10 authority, and that organizations with Title 50 authority have stonewalled them because they do not respect the lower authority of Title 10 organizations.
Christopher Mellon, a former deputy assistant secretary of Defense for Intelligence who specializes in UFOs, said that four scientists worked on a secret program to rebuild crashed UFOs.