The remains of a creature believed to be an alien were presented to the Mexican Congress. (Photo: Reuters)
On September 12, Mr. Jamie Maussan brought with him two boxes containing what he said was the stuffed body of an alien found in Peru in 2017. He said carbon dating was conducted by the University of California. Mexican National Autonomous Research conducted and determined the remains to be 700 – 1,800 years old. Each creature has only 3 fingers on each hand and a slim head, looking like an alien character in a Hollywood movie.
“This is the first time extraterrestrial life has been shown in such a form and I think there is clear evidence that we are dealing with non-human specimens, unrelated to any other species in our world,” Mr. Maussan told parliamentarians and called for the need to recognize this not as a political topic, but as a human issue.
Mr. Maussan said that DNA evidence could prove the samples did not belong to this planet. It is unclear whether any such testing has been performed.
At least one previous statement by Mr. Maussan about supposedly “non-human” remains discovered in Peru has been debunked, despite the samples he presented to parliament on September 12. seems different from the specimen he presented in 2015.
The hearing took place to debate the UFO language in the Space Protection Act. If approved, Mexico will become the first country to officially acknowledge the presence of alien life on Earth, domestic press reported.
Two boxes were presented to the Mexican Congress on September 12. (Photo: Reuters)
Mr. Maussan presented at the Mexican House of Representatives hearing alongside a former US Navy pilot who recently presented a similar case to American politicians in Washington.
The US Department of Defense’s Regional Irregularities Office was established by Congress to investigate such incidents. This office has investigated about 800 reports of UFOs until May of this year. Military officials say many of those cases remain unexplained.
US lawmakers believe that the military knows more about these objects than what they revealed to Congress.
About a month after the hearing in Washington, the Pentagon announced that the Office of Worldwide Unusual Resolutions had launched a new website to provide the public with declassified information about UFOs.
According to CBS News