The Citizen Hearing on Disclosure set out to accomplish what the U. S. Congress had failed to do for forty-five years - seek out the facts surrounding the most important issue of this or any other time - evidence pointing toward an extraterrestrial presence engaging the human race.
Forty researchers along with military/agency/political persons of high rank and station came to the National Press Club in Washington, DC to testify to six former members of the United States Congress.
The main ballroom of the National Press Club was configured to resemble a Senate hearing room. There were press areas, an audience area, witness tables and committee tables. To the extent possible the protocols for congressional hearings were followed. Committee members received written statements from witnesses, heard oral statements and ask whatever questions they wished about the subject matter at hand.
Hearing witnesses testified for 30 hours over five days in five morning and five afternoon sessions, each composed of two panels of witness, each panel lasting approximately 90 minutes. Most panels were centered on specific topics. Some panels covered a range of topics.
The Citizen Hearing on Disclosure was an unprecedented event seeking to reach four targeted audiences - the poltical media, the United States Congress, the White House and the citizens of all nations. The primary goal of the Hearing is to bring about Disclosure this year by ending the governmental policy of a truth embargo preventing the appropriate institutional engagement of the evidence indicating an extraterrestrial presence.
In service to this goal The organizers of the Citizen Hearing have launched the Citizen Hearing Foundation, a 501(c)3 non-profit organization (CHF) The larger mission of this organization is to educate the public, the media and political leaders regarding controversial issues which do not receive the appropriate degree of consideration by mainstream institutions. In that regard the CHF will pursue other initiatives which address citizen grievances, abuses of power and secrecy, and media neglect.
The first task before the CHF will be to fund a multi-nation initiative to put a joint resolution before the United Nations General Assembly calling for a U. N. backed world conference to assess the evidence pointing toward and extraterrestrial presence engaging the human race. This task was put to the CHF by former members of the U. S. Congress who served on the CHD committee.