CAUS PRESS RELEASE--CAUS v. Department of Defense
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
CITIZENS AGAINST UFO SECRECY (CAUS) TODAY FILED
Continuing its legal battle under the Freedom of Information Act against government secrecy, attorney Peter A. Gersten, Executive Director of Citizens Against UFO Secrecy, Inc (CAUS), a nonprofit Arizona activist organization dedicated to ending all secrecy surrounding this planet's contact with an extraterrestrial intelligence, announced today the filing of a new FOIA lawsuit.
A 1998 CAUS lawsuit, still pending in the Federal Court in Phoenix, is against the Department of Army for documents involving the allegations of Col. Philip Corso in his book The Day After Roswell. This new lawsuit is against the Department of Defense for information about the alien craft seen in our skies.
Gersten, accompanied by a dozen eyewitnesses on the steps of the US District Court in Phoenix, stated "its time someone in authority is held accountable and responsible for identifying these strange craft that are continually sighted in our skies and sometimes over populated areas. Its time we knew exactly what these objects are and more importantly, their purpose."
He described these craft as "either delta, boomerang, triangular or v-shaped; ranging in size from a house to a football field; moving very slowly or apparently floating; little or no sound; and with many lights including, on occasion, a red trailing light." Some of these objects, according to the CAUS director, were seen in the Hudson Valley in 1984 through 1987; in Phoenix, Arizona on March 13, 1997; in Salisbury, North Carolina from April-June 1998 and Sedona, Arizona on July 15, 1998 as well as countless other places throughout the planet since the early 80s.
One eyewitness stated that "I swear this craft just appeared over my head. I can say for certain I saw lights at each one of the three corners of the craft and at least one on each of the sides. I did see what appeared to be either a large light or a window directly in the center of the triangle. The eerie part was the silence for a craft hovering so close. It disappeared just as suddenly as it appeared and was gone again without any visible movement. It was pretty creepy."
"At a time when everyone is anxious about terrorist attacks, its alarming that no government or military agency appears concerned about these enigmatic and apparently technologically advanced craft that have unrestricted access to our skies," Gersten stated as he entered the Federal Court to file the CAUS papers.
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