Posted by: Johan Normark | May 10, 2012

2012: Julia-Levy and the Mexican law

Readers of this blog may recall that I have written about an upcoming documentary that supposedly will show that the Maya were visited by aliens. The producer behind this documentary, the Mexican soap opera actor Raul Julia-Levy, is in the pseudo-news again. It now seems that the documentary may not be finished (unless this is part of Julia-Levy’s attempt to create a hype for his product…).

Anyway, The Wrap, says that the executive producer, Elisabeth Thieriot, has fled Mexico with two dozen hard drives and ten computer towers that contain footage for the documentary. She filmed without a valid permit on federal ground (such as at Calakmul and Jaina). Apparently three other people have also been accused of stealing footage and equipment. The Wrap article also mentions that Julia-Levy may actually be an imposter by the name of Salvador Fuentes… What a mess. On Twitter, Julia-Levy addressed Thieriot  two days ago with these words: “Serpent you can run, but you can’t hide from the law, I’m coming after you and the rest!”


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