A Pentagon whistleblower claims that people have been killed by aliens who have “acted with malevolence” when visiting Earth.
David Grusch claims the US has run a top secret UFO retrieval program for decades and alleges that some of the ‘non-human intelligences’ discovered are malevolent and have killed humans.
Grusch, 36, served 14 years in the US Air Force, where he says he was told about the program by others who were involved.
He is a decorated Afghanistan combat officer who went on to work for the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency (NGA) and the National Reconnaissance Office (NRO).
He was the NRO’s representative when dealing with the Unidentified Aerial Phenomena Task Force set up to investigate UFOs.
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He claims that the US is in an arms race with Russia and China to understand the extra-terrestrial life.
“I think the logical fallacy there is because they’re advanced, they’re kind,” he is reported as saying by the Dail Mail. “We’ll never really understand their full intent and that’s because we’re not them.
“But I think what appears to be malevolent activity has happened. That’s based on nuclear site probing activities and witness testimony.
“While I can’t get into the specifics because that would reveal certain US classified operations, I was briefed by a few individuals on the program that there were malevolent events like that.”
Grusch claimed that the US government would do anything to protect the secret, including killing people itself.
“At the very least, I saw substantive evidence that white-collar crime was committed,” he said.
“I’ve heard some really un-American things I don’t want to repeat right now.”
He claimed some of the UFOs discovered have been as large as football fields.
Another military veteran told the Daily Mail that his six man unit saw a hovering UFO being loaded with weapons while he was serving in Indonesia.
Others say they have encountered aircraft that can distort space and time.
Grusch filed his report in July last year. At the time, the Intelligence Community Inspector General called the complaint ‘urgent and credible’ .
The Pentagon denied having any knowledge of the program described by Grusch, but said it would follow ongoing investigations into his claims ‘wherever they lead’.
The House Oversight Committee has also said that it would investigate his claims.