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Is there anybody out there?
Rep. Eric Burlison (R-MO) also pushed Grusch on some of these statements. "You've said the U.S. has intact spacecraft. You said that the government has alien bodies or alien species. Have you seen the spacecraft? [...] Have you seen any of the bodies?" Burlison asked.
"That's not something I have witnessed myself," Grusch replied. But he answered a subsequent question by stating definitively that, when it comes to UAP crash retrievals, "biologics came with some of these recoveries." Rep. Nancy Mace (R-SC) pushed Grusch if he meant human or non-human. "Non-human, and that was the assessment of people with direct knowledge on the program I talked to," Grusch replied.
Grusch added in response to a later question from Burchett that he is aware of "reverse-engineering programs for non-terrestrial craft."
"The American public has a right to learn about technologies of unknown origins, non-human intelligence and unexplainable phenomena."
All three witnesses — former fighter pilot Ryan Graves of Americans for Safe Airspace, former intelligence official David Grusch and former Navy pilot David Fravor — said UAPs “potentially” pose a risk.
The House Oversight subcommittee on national security spent the morning hearing from witnesses who pushed for more transparency in how the government handles reports of unidentified anomalous pheno…