UFO Whistleblower ‘Disappointed’ With Mexico’s Display Of ‘Non-Human Alien Corpses’

UFO Whistleblower ‘Disappointed’ With Mexico’s Display Of ‘Non-Human Alien Corpses’

The former Navy pilot who testified in front of U.S. Congress during the much-anticipated hearing on Unidentified Aerial Phenomena (UAP) over the summer called the display of two so-called non-human alien corpses in a Mexican congressional hearing “a huge step backwards for this issue.”

Mexico’s Congress made global headlines on Tuesday after alleged experts who study extraterrestrials unveiled 1,000-year-old “alien corpses” nestled in a glass display during its first hearing on UFOs.

But Ryan Graves, the former Navy pilot and Americans for Safe Aerospace executive director who appeared in the first U.S. congressional public hearing investigating reported military encounters with alleged crafts of non-human origins since the 1960s, said in an X-post following the hearing that the spectacle “disappointed” him.

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“After the U.S. Congressional UFO hearing, I accepted

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