The key for me in the Lazar story was always the question of whether Bob worked at Los Alamos or not. IF he worked there, and IF he worked in some
scientific or technical capacity on classified projects, then it was at least conceivable he could be recruited into the kind of program that he says
was underway at S-4.
Well, I can tell you, he was there, he did work on classified projects, and the lab lied about it. I can state further that the response form Lazar
critics about Los Alamos is purposely deceptive. It is exactly the kind of crap pulled by UFO debunkers---throw out a whole bunch of other
explanations--no matter how preposterous or misleading-- and hope one of them sticks.
Yes, Bob was listed in the phone book and in a newspaper article from the time as being a physicist out there. The lab should have been able to find
a record that he was there, even if he was hired by Kirk Mayer, but they did not. I have a stack of letters as thick as a Bible, correspondence that
passed back and for the between me and the lab and KM. I also made dozens of phone calls, visited the place, interviewed former co workers, took a
tour while accompanied by Lazar. this was an important part of the story, and I did my homework, and I can tell you flat out that the lab lied to me,
dragged its feet, and ultimately had to admit years later that it finally uncovered an employee ID number for Bob which it strangely could not find
until much later, by which time it managed to get its story straight (though still false.)
After the lab denied Lazar had been there, I contacted K/M. The company told me they are a headhunter firm. they hire scientific and technical people
and match them with job openings at places like Los alamos. I sent them a letter giving me permission form Lazar to get his file. KM told me by phone
it would be no problem. The spokesperson said that yes, they had a file on lazar, and yes, they had placed him in a job at Los Alamos. They told me
their file had his background info, educational credentials because that info would have been essential to getting him a position.
Great, I said, can I have a copy of the file? yes, no problem they said. That's when the problems began. Weeks went by--no response. I called again
but no one would speak to me. so i started writing letters asking for the file. No response. After almost three years of this back and forth, K/M
finally told me they don't have any files on Lazar after all. Now, I know damned well they were lying. Even Stan Friedman acknowledges Bob was hired
by K/M , as noted in the lab phone book. If K/M and Los Alamos both agreed to hire Bob in some capacity, I have to think he had some kind of work
experience or educational credentials to go along with that. He wasn't hired as a janitor. How do I know? I interviewed four people who worked with
him at the lab. they all told me the same story. Plus, when I visited the lab with Bob as my tour guide, he took us in thru the main gate, waved at
security, and into the bowels we went.
It was clear he knew his way around, like a rabbit in its own burrow. and Everywhere we went, people would wave or gesture hello, but no one stopped
us or even asked for ID. Bob worked at Los Alamos, knew Los alamos, had sufficient credentials to convince Kirk Mayer, which exists solely because it
is able to supply qualified job candidates to places like Los alamos, that bob was the right guy to work there. K/M subsequently told me they had
hired him, said I could have the file, then changed their minds. You can read into that what you will, as Stan and others have done, but I know what
my own take on it is. (more later)
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