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CAUS v. DoD Interrogatories Peter A. Gersten, Esq.
Attorney for Plaintiff
Arizona Bar #016925
8624 E. San Bruno Drive
Scottsdale, AZ 85258
480-609-9120
UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT

THE DISTRICT OF ARIZONA

CIV-990108-PHX-SMM

CITIZENS AGAINST UFO SECRECY, INC. Plaintiff, v.
DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE Defendant.

INTERROGATORIES

TO: DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE

Under the authority of Rule 33, Federal Rules of Civil Procedure, you are hereby requested to answer in writing and under oath, within (15) days from the receipt hereof, the following interrogatories:

INSTRUCTIONS FOR USE

A. All information is to be divulged which is in the possession of the defendant, its agents, employees, subcontractors, attorneys, agents or other representatives of the named party and its attorney.

B. Where an individual interrogatory calls for an answer which involves more than one part, each part of the answer should be clearly set out so that it is understandable.

C. A space has been provided on the Form of Interrogatories for your answer. Three copies are served herewith. Complete all copies and return two copies to Plaintiff's counsel, retaining a copy in your file. Attach a verification and certificate of mailing.

D. In the event the space provided is not sufficient for your answer to any of the questions, please attach a separate sheet of paper with the additional information.

E. These interrogatories are intended as continuing interrogatories, requiring you to answer by supplemental answer, setting forth any information within the scope of the interrogatories as may be acquired by you, your agents, attorneys, or representatives following your original answers.

F. All interrogatories refer to an aerial object with the following performance characteristics as described by eyewitnesses:

SHAPE: Boomerang; delta; V; and triangular.
SIZE: Very large; football field size
LIGHTS: At the apexes; smaller ones along the sides that have the ability to detach and reattach; another light on underside. Lights are unlike those of conventional aircraft in color, hue and luminosity.
SOUND: None or very low hum.
SPEED: Ability to hover; "float;" accelerate rapidly; high speeds
ALTITUDE: Observed at both treetop level and higher altitudes.
MISCELLANEOUS: Ability to cloak; ability to interact with observer; ability to affect observer's mental and physical capacity; ability to change shape.

INTERROGATORIES 1. Assuming that the previously described aerial object is of terrestrial origin, under what circumstances wouldn't the defendant have any information about it? 2. Assuming that the previously described aerial object is of extraterrestrial origin, under what circumstances wouldn't the defendant have any information about it? 3. What is the responsibility, if any, of the defendant with regard to extraterrestrial craft observed in U.S. airspace? 4. What is the responsibility, if any, of the defendant with regard to craft of unknown technology observed in U.S. airspace? 5. Did the defendant conduct an investigation into the boomerang shaped aerial object that was observed in the Hudson Valley of New York in the summers of 1993, 1994 and 1997? (a) If the answer to the above question is "no" please explain why not. (b) If the answer to the above question is "yes" please produce any and all documents pertaining to that investigation. 6. Did the defendant conduct an investigation and/or inquiry into the triangular shaped aerial object that was observed in Belgium by the Belgium military in 1989 and 1990? a) If the answer to the above question is "yes" please produce any and all documents pertaining to that investigation. 7. Did the defendant conduct an investigation into the triangular shaped aerial objects that were seen in Arizona on March 13, 1997? (a) If the answer to the above question is "no" please explain why not.

(b) If the answer to the above question is "yes" please produce any and all documents pertaining to that investigation and/or inquiry.



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