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Mystery over ‘three-fingered Peruvian alien’ deepens as UFO expert faces CRIMINAL charges after unveiling ‘E.T corpse’ | The Sun

THE so-called UFO expert who unveiled two "non-human" bodies in Mexico is now facing criminal charges for allegedly stealing them.

Furious officials in Peru have launched a criminal probe into journalist and self-proclaimed extraterrestrial boffin Jaime Maussan.

The bizarre saga has taken another strange turn as it emerged that authorities are investigating how he got his hands on them.

The 70-year-old presented the two mummified specimens, retrieved from a mine in Cuzco, Peru, at a congressional hearing on UFOs in Mexico last week.

The corpses, which Maussan claims are over 1,000 years old, had small bodies, three-fingered hands and odd elongated skulls.

Maussan testified under oath that the alleged aliens "are not part of our terrestrial evolution" and have "non-human DNA".


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The 70-year-old stood alongside forensic scientists in Mexico while making the bold declarations that have shocked the world.

But experts, UFO conspiracy theorists and politicians have all raised doubts over the authenticity of the alleged ET findings.

Peruvian officials have now launched a probe into how the two alleged ETs managed to leave the country and ended up in the Maussan's possession.

Culture Minister Leslie Urteaga announced a criminal complaint has been filed, although the details of this remain unclear.

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She described the corpses as pre-Hispanic objects and vowed to get to the bottom of how they were transported to Mexico City.

But Maussan has insisted he has "done absolutely nothing illegal," although he said he could not answer how the two specimens arrived.

When quizzed on how he acquired the duo, he mysteriously said he would only disclose the information "at the appropriate time".

The alien buff has even given the pair – known as the Nazca mummies – names, Clara and Mauricio.

Maussan told the Mexican congress hearing: "These aren’t beings that were found after a UFO wreckage. They were found in diatom (algae) mines, and were later fossilized."

The bodies were allegedly studied by scientists at the Autonomous National University of Mexico (UNAM) who were able to draw DNA evidence using radiocarbon dating.

After comparisons were made to other DNA samples, it was also allegedly found that over 30% of their DNA was “unknown".

Scans were also shown during the hearing, with claims they showed one of the bodies was a female which had eggs inside.

Both also have implants made of very rare metals, such as Osmium, according to Maussan.

Jose de Jesus Zalce Benitez, Director of the Health Sciences Research Institute of the Secretary of the Navy, supported Maussan's claims.

Representatives of Mexico's congress said the presentation had left them with "thoughts" and "concerns" and with the view to "continue talking about this".

Mexican politician and Maussan's friend, Sergio Gutiérrez Luna, said he believed the UFO hearing could lead to "legislation on unidentified aerial phenomena".

But former employee at the Ministry of Defence Nick Pope received the "discovery" of the alleged alien corpses with large amounts of disbelief.

He pointed out that if the UNAM did carry out such meticulous analysis, it would have been published in a peer-reviewed journal.

"I wish this discovery was true, but I am getting increasingly sceptical about this story," Pope told The Sun Online.

"If I was the scientist behind this, I'd be sniffing a Nobel Prize and thinking about my place in history.

"I would be writing up a scientific paper and wanting to get it peer-reviewed and published in a prestigious journal."

Pope added that Maussan's timing was unfortunate as it could be a distraction and potentially pose a threat to "serious investigations" on UFOs, such as NASA's groundbreaking UFO report.

Ryan Graves, a former US Navy pilot who in July claimed the number of UFOs was being "grossly underreported", attended the UFO hearing in Mexico.

But he later said he was "deeply disappointed by this unsubstantiated stunt".


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Maussan has previously been linked to other "alien" discoveries – which were later debunked, such as five "bodies" found in Peur in 2017 that were later shown to be human.

He has also shared widely rubbished videos of UFOs, including one showing lights "flying" out of Popocatepetl.

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