In a recent memo penned by Sean Kirkpatrick, the esteemed director of the All-domain Anomaly Resolution Office, intriguing insights have been shared regarding the recent subcommittee hearing on UFOs, also known as UAPs.
During the hearing, various captivating claims emerged, including those made by David Grusch, who boldly asserted that the US government had encountered “non-human biologics” at UFO crash sites, further alleging a long-standing cover-up of evidence.
“I was informed in the course of my official duties of a multi-decade UAP crash retrieval and reverse engineering program to which I was denied access,” he said, using the government acronym for unidentified anomalous phenomena.
He also said he had spoken with officials who had direct knowledge of craft with “nonhuman” origins, and that the U.S. government had recovered “biologics” from some of those craft.
However, it is worth noting that not everyone has been swayed by these assertions. Sean Kirkpatrick, leading the charge at the Pentagon’s All-domain Anomaly Resolution Office, emphasized in the memo that his expert team had diligently investigated Grusch’s claims and found no substantiating evidence to support them.
“To be clear, AARO has yet to find any credible evidence to support the allegations of any reverse engineering program for non-human technology,” he wrote.
“I cannot let yesterday’s hearing pass without sharing how insulting it was to the officers of the Department of Defense and Intelligence Community who chose to join AARO, many with not unreasonable anxieties about the career risks this would entail.”
In addition, Grusch had allegedly failed to approach the office about his claims.
“Contrary to assertions made in the hearing, the central source of those allegations has refused to speak with AARO,” Kirkpatrick wrote.