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This novel includes many actual events that took place as the result of the CIA’s efforts to stop a major motion picture studio from completing a documentary using information and material that was legally, but inadvertently released to them by a high-ranking Pentagon official.

The Government feared that dissemination of this previously classified information concerning UFOs and extraterrestrials would cause uproar in the religious community, possible panic in the general public, and influence upon an upcoming presidential election.

Author Dan Brown’s the DaVinci Code did an excellent job of presenting a theory that may have affected persons of various religious beliefs.

Author Ray Rivas’ the Human Dress Code does an excellent job of presenting information that can have an effect on every person in the world. He was a key player in dealing with the Cleaner… an agent sent by the government to stop production of the documentary that is the subject of this book.

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The Human Dress Code: The CIA's UFO Conspiracy
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The Human Dresscode
April 5th, 2015
Who actually wrote this book, a seven-year old child? The tense constantly switches from the past to the present, often in the same paragraph, and then back again a few sentences later. Scenes and characters change with no break in the narrative so you suddenly realise that a different person is talking from the one you thought actually was. The result is a total distraction from what could have been an interesting story. Unfortunately I'm not even sure what message the author was trying to tell us due to the fact that I spent the entire reading of this "work" trying to sort through the train wreck of the grammar. Stick to your day job, Mr Rivas. Please.
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