Japanese Government Official Confirms Partial Recovery Of Crashed UFO

The Japanese Navy Destroyer JS Kurama shown here during UFO recovery efforts

OKINAWA, JAPAN- A high level Japanese government official with knowledge of the recent UFO crash off the coast of Okinawa agreed to speak with Inothernewz.com regarding the salvage operation under the condition that we do not divulge his name. The source today confirmed the Japanese Navy has partially recovered a large chunk of the foreign vessel.

“I can report with complete accuracy that Navy divers from the destroyer JS Kurama have brought up a substantial piece of the wrecked UFO,” he said. “Both civilian and military engineers took part in recovering the piece. It is now safely aboard the JS Kurama, which is the ship being used by the Japanese Navy for its salvage efforts.”

The source went on to detail how the military and government plan on keeping the UFO’s wreckage a secret from the world’s media.

“The government has a plan to deny everything regarding this UFO,” said the source, who works inside the Japanese Prime Minister’s office. “The world’s mainstream media have not picked up on this story yet and that’s just fine with the government and military officials. Several independent, yet smaller news agencies, like Inothernewz.com, however, have been spot on with their reporting and this scares the people involved in this endeavor. The less questions asked, the better. As you can imagine, the UFO crash recovery effort has been classified as top secret at the moment.”

The source says the JS Kurama stood by as divers went down into the murky depths of the Pacific Ocean to survey the extra-terrestial vessel. They then snapped several pictures which aided engineers to devise a plan to lift up part of the wreckage.

“They used massive winches, like cranes, to lift up the portion brought up to the surface today,” said the source. “The piece of wreckage weighed over a ton and the metallic surface consisted of an unknown metallic-like substance foreign to our planet. This is what the scientists onboard the JS Kurama advised the military personnel. They still have not been able to figure out what the metal is. Further tests will be done immediately.”

The source described the recovered piece of space craft as “one huge piece of metal larger than an average Tokyo apartment building.”

Japanese government officials have restricted news agencies from taking photographs of the wreckage site but Inothernewz.com was able to snap a picture of the JS Kurama during its salvage efforts. We were not able, however, to view the UFO recovery directly due to the fact that the Navy used the starboard side of the ship to block the salvage efforts underway along the port side.

“The government will not allow any pictures of the raised vessel under any circumstances,” said the source. “Once all the pieces of the object have been recovered, they plan to survey it at a heavily fortified hangar on Okinawa. This idea is what has been circulated thus far.”

“The world has a right to know this thing, this UFO vessel, is being recovered,” said the source. “It’s too important to keep secret. Over the coming few days there will be many denials issued by numerous government agencies. The public has a right to know.”

Please check back for further updates as they become available.

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