Citizen Hearing on Disclosure

The last congressional hearing dealing with the extraterrestrial issue was before the House Science and Astronautics Committee in July of 1968 – 49 years of silence from the U.S. Congress.

The Citizen Hearing on Disclosure was a mock congressional hearing  held in April/May of 2013 to do what the Congress has failed to do since 1968 – seek out the facts surrounding the most important issue of this or any other time – evidence pointing toward an extraterrestrial presence engaging the human race.

Forty-two persons including researchers and military/agency/ political witnesses of rank and station came to the National Press Club in Washington, DC to testify before six former members of the United States Congress.

The main ballroom of the National Press Club was configured to resemble a Senate hearing room. There were press areas, an audience area, witness tables and committee tables. Protocols for congressional hearings were followed as closely as possible during the testimony. Committee members received written statements from witnesses, heard oral statements and asked whatever questions they wished about the subject matter at hand.

Hearing witnesses testified for thirty hours over five days in five morning and five afternoon sessions, each composed of two panels of witness, each panel lasting approximately ninety minutes.

In the evenings, additional lectures were given by a number of the Hearing witnesses.

The entire Citizen Hearing on Disclosure was filmed and this video record would be delivered to every member of Congress in November of 2014.  This marked the beginning of PRG’s Election 2016 Political Initiative that would force presidential candidate Hillary Clinton, President Clinton, John Podesta and President Obama to publicly address the extraterrestrial issue a dozen times during the campaign.

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