FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
CITIZENS GROUP HAS UNDENIABLE EVIDENCE OF "ET" INVASION AND SUES FEDERAL GOVERNMENT AND ARIZONA FOR PROTECTION
SEPTEMBER 1, 1999
PHOENIX -- In a continuing effort to end government secrecy surrounding UFOs and contact with a non-human intelligence, Arizona attorney Peter A. Gersten filed papers today in U.S. District Court requiring the Federal government to protect the residents of Arizona from a "clandestine invasion."
Gersten, the Executive Director of the Phoenix-based Citizens Against UFO Secrecy, Inc. (CAUS), had filed an earlier lawsuit under the Freedom of Information Act on January 22, 1999 against the Department of Defense (DOD).
Today's precedent-setting legal initiative comes under Article IV, Section 4 of the U.S. Constitution, which requires the federal government to protect each of the fifty states against invasion.
CAUS is an Arizona activist organization dedicated to ending the secrecy surrounding Earth's contact with an "extraterrestrial intelligence." The organization, Gersten said, sent letters to the country's 50 Governors as well as Secretary of Defense William Cohen and Attorney General Janet Reno requesting they take immediate action to protect United States citizens against these intruders. Only three governors have replied.
"It's outrageous that this threat is continually ignored," Gersten stated. "I can prove in a court of law, and beyond a reasonable doubt, that we are in contact with another form of intelligence. More importantly, one aspect of this contact poses a threat to our safety."
"Arizona will be a test case," Gersten said. He cites the reported crash of an "unusual" craft in Paradise Valley in 1947, the Travis Walton disappearance in Snowflake in 1975, the infamous "Phoenix lights" seen throughout the state in 1997 and countless other reports during the past 52 years. "Arizona is definitely a targeted area for the clandestine intruders," Gersten believes.
The CAUS legal papers contend that the intruders are conducting nonconsensual physical acts including abductions, sexual abuse, assaults and unlawful imprisonment upon the citizens of the United States.
CAUS is asking the federal court in Phoenix to compel both the Federal government and the State of Arizona to initiate an immediate study and investigation, and "to proceed to protect the citizens from the intruders" which, according to Gersten," would restore the full measure of independence, safety and security guaranteed by the federal government."
For the full text of the complaint, as well as material related to it, visit the group's website at http://www.caus.org or contact Mr. Gersten at (480) 609-9120
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