Two articles on the Citizen Hearing on Disclosure due to be held between April 29 and May 3, 2013. At the present time a disclosure event is being held in Toronto to focus attention on this larger hearing.
Welcome to the Citizen Hearing on Disclosure
An event of historical implications will be held at the National Press Club in Washington, DC from April 29 to May 3, 2013. At that time forty researchers and military/agency witnesses will testify for thirty hours over five days before former members of the United States Congress. The Citizen Hearing on Disclosure of an extraterrestrial presence engaging the human race will attempt to accomplish what the U. S. Congress has failed to do for forty-four years – seek out the facts surrounding the most important issue of this or any other time.
For this reason the motto of the Citizen Hearing on Disclosure is, “If the Congress will not do its job, the people will.”
This event will be live streamed to the world via the Internet in at least four and possibly five languages. Furthermore, the entire hearing will be filmed as the basis for a forthcoming documentary – Truth Embargo.
The title of this film is fitting as the goal of the Citizen Hearing on Disclosure is nothing less than the end of the extraterrestrial truth embargo this year. We have all waited long enough.
Over the coming weeks this site will develop rapidly with new information every day. Check back often to see how you can participate in your hearing – the Citizen Hearing.
Citizen Hearing on Disclosure
National Press Club: April 29 – May 3
The components of the Citizen Hearing are being assembled and we are focusing on raising awareness of the project within the ET research/activist community, in the US and abroad, and the most interested public.
The Citizen Hearing will be conducted over five days. It will consist of 30 hours of testimony from approximately forty witnesses testifying in groups of three and four regarding events and evidence relevant to extraterrestrial related phenomena. Each witness will deliver prepared remarks to be followed by questions from the hearing committee made up of five former members of the U.S. House of Representatives and Senate.
The setting for and conduct of the Citizen Hearing will match that of a formal Senate hearing to the extent possible. The Hart Senate Hearing Room will be the model. In addition to a press section, there will be room for a public audience of approximately 300.
The entire Citizen Hearing, 40 hours, will be live streamed over the Internet.
Simultaneous translations for the live and Internet audience will be available in Spanish, Portuguese, French, and Russian as needed.
The last Congressional hearing addressing the ET subject occurred in 1968. The motto for the Citizen Hearing on Disclosure is, “If Congress will not do its job, the people will.”
The base hotel for the Citizen Hearing witnesses, committee members, and VIP guests will be the Washington Plaza – www.washingtonplazahotel.com
Citizen Hearing Conference
Each evening between 7 pm and 11 pm speakers will present three 55 minute lectures on relevant subjects. These lectures will be presented in the hearing room with an audience capacity of approximately 350. This is a separate event that will also be live streamed to the Internet.
Citizen Hearing Interviews and Conferences by Bassett
Paradigm Research Group