A TV producer has launched a lawsuit in a bid to end UFO secrecy within the US government and expose a secret ‘anti-gravity’ project.
Bob Kiviat, who has help make television shows on aliens and the paranormal, has filed a lawsuit in California against CIA scientist Ron Pandolfi and his former employers InterNASA.
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He claims that Pandolfi ran the agency’s X-Files-style “Weird Desk” dealing with extra-terrestrial visitors.
Kiviat is seeking £230,000 in unpaid wages he claims InterNASA – an advanced physics firm – owes him, according to his lawsuit filed in Orange County.
In a bid to fund his historic lawsuit he has launched a GoFundMe page.
He also hopes his legal case will prise open the inner workings of the CIA’s alleged “disinformation” campaign which he says is designed to confuse the public about UFOs by manipulating researchers.
Kiviat said: “Covering UFOs and other unexplained topics for TV networks made me keenly aware that both a former Director of the National Security Agency (NSA) and a famous astronaut had moved into anti-gravity research and development upon leaving government service.”
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He joined InterNASA in January 2018 after chief executive Joe Firmage told him they had secured funding and CIA backing for a gravity-control machine.
Anti-gravity is a theory popularised in science fiction where objects such as flying saucers are free from gravitional attraction.
Kiviat was tasked with overseeing InterNASA Studios – which Firmage envisioned as a news and entertainment entity which would inform the public about the implications of his discovery.
And Kiviat says he performed multiple tasks for the firm, working for both Firmage and Pandolfi, including corporate communications and investor relations.
‘Gillian found fame playing Scully in The X-FilesHe also claims to have made multiple trips to New York to pitch two major TV Networks a series which would unveil InterNASA’s plans.
Kiviat was informed the company was going “dark” to work on the machine without distraction and that he would be the last to be paid.
He said: “From that point on, I focused primarily on getting a TV deal since it seemed money would have to come in from some outside source to keep InterNASA going.
“TV executives I met with in both Hollywood and New York showed a lot of interest and these negotiations are continuing despite the lawsuit being filed.
“One way or another, I think a series similar to what I presented will ultimately get made and it will be the most definitive and far reaching TV project ever concerning UFOs, the subject’s connection to exotic propulsion systems and what the US government knows about possible extra-terrestrial visitation.”
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But Kiviat sees his case having much more significance than simply being about receiving compensation.
He added: “Not only am I seeking to be paid for what I am owed legally for my dedicated efforts, but the suit has the added value of exposing the way the US intelligence agencies have manipulated the UFO community and overall, the general public for years.
“And to put it mildly, it stinks, many good people have been damaged and it has to stop.”