Journalist Advocates for ‘Extraterrestrial’ Recognition in Mexico’s Congress

In a bizarre spectacle, the lower chamber of Mexico’s congress dedicated over three hours of its time to a controversial figure who brought forth claims of “non-human beings” found in Peru. Less than three weeks after Hurricane Otis ravaged Acapulco, the Chamber of Deputies hosted journalist José Jaime Maussan and a group of Peruvian doctors, causing widespread international ridicule back in September due to their presentation of supposed mummies from Peru. Maussan had previously made similar claims in Peru in 2017, only for a report by the country’s prosecutor’s office to debunk the findings as being “recently manufactured dolls” covered in a paper and synthetic glue mixture to imitate skin. Despite this, Maussan and his team appeared in Mexico’s congress with new evidence, including photographs and x-rays, asserting the discovery of a “new species” without lungs or ribs. Amid the controversy, lawmaker Sergio Gutiérrez Luna welcomed the debate, affirming that all ideas and proposals would be considered.


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