Former Lawmakers To Probe Extraterrestrial Activity

Retired Senator Mike Gravel as well as former House members Carolyn Kilpatrick, Lynn Woolsey, Darlene Hooley and Merril Cook will chair a Congressional-style hearing

AlienMaybe the truth is out there?

A collection of former lawmakers will hold an unofficial hearing at the National Press Club from April 29th through May 3rd to investigate the possibility of extraterrestrial involvement with human affairs.

Retired Senator Mike Gravel as well as former House members Carolyn Kilpatrick, Lynn Woolsey, Darlene Hooley and Merril Cook will chair the Congressional-style proceedings, which organizers say will include testimony from “40 researchers, activists and military/agency/political witnesses.”

The event, entitled Citized Hearing on Disclosure, is being held by the Paradigm Research Group, a transparency organization focused on exposing “a government imposed truth embargo of the facts surrounding an extraterrestrial presence engaging the human race.”

“The motto for this unprecedented event is, ‘If the Congress will not do its job, the people will,’” Stephen Bassett, the founder of the Paradigm Research Group, said in a statement.

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