Whistleblower David Grusch refused to meet with Pentagon UFO office | Space

(NewsNation) — Newly released public documents show whistleblower David Grusch, who said the Pentagon is operating a secret UFO-retrieval program, refused to meet with the governmental office tasked with investigating unknown aerial phenomena.

The documents were released to The Black Vault’s John Greenewald in response to a Freedom of Information Act request. They show the All-domain Anomaly Resolution Office repeatedly tried to meet Grusch following his whistleblower complaint.

Grusch, a former Air Force and intelligence officer, said in a complaint to the Office of the Inspector General for the Intelligence Community that the government was operating a secret program to retrieve and reverse-engineer UFO technology and even had possession of nonhuman bodies.

Grusch said he was made aware of the program while working on the Pentagon’s UAP Task Force by those who were familiar with the alleged activity.

The newly released documents show that then-AARO leader Sean Kirkpatrick repeatedly tried to arrange a meeting with Grusch over several months. At one point, a meeting was scheduled, but Grusch failed to appear.

According to communications in the document, Grusch had concerns about providing classified information to AARO that was not authorized…

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