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Former agent claims Pentagon holds extraterrestrials in its possession.

Three former military personnel appeared before the United States Congress yesterday to testify about unidentified aerial phenomena and whether the government is concealing information about them.


Of the three, the most controversial testimony came from David Grush, a former Air Force intelligence officer. This is what he stated under oath in response to Congresswoman Nancy Mace's questions.

David Grush asserted that the United States is concealing a program dating back almost a century, dedicated to the recovery of unidentified flying objects, and that they have likely been aware of non-human activity since the 1930s. The Pentagon has denied his claims.


In a statement, the spokesperson for the Department of Defense, Sue Gough, said that investigators have not found "any verifiable information to support the claims that past or current programs exist related to the possession or reverse engineering of extraterrestrial materials.


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