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originally posted by: imitator
Maybe Bob saw an Janitor ad like below and got the job!
EQUAL EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY SPECIALIST Application on Employer's Website: Naval Intelligence Command
Washington, DC $10,000.00 to $20,000.00
Recently Posted Job Title: Industrial Janitor SPECIALIST
Department: Department of the NavyAgency: Naval Intelligence Command Job
Announcement Number: xxxxxxx
RANGE:$10,000.00 to $20,000.00 / Per Year OPEN PERIOD: Thursday, August 01, 2015 ...
Job Summary: The Industrial Janitor will be responsible for the keeping the buildings in clean an...
(fr. open minds dot tv, Link won't work for some reason.)
Officials have denied his claims that he worked for the government as a scientist, and, until now, no one has ever come forth to say otherwise. However, in a recent interview a documentary filmmaker shared statements he was given by a physicist who worked at Los Alamos National Laboratories in which he claims to have met Lazar at Los Alamos and can confirm he was employed as a physicist.
originally posted by: Phage
a reply to: sheilala
But he never SAW any aliens.
You're probably right. But are you sure he never said he had?
On one of Bob's last nights at S4, he was being escorted down a hallway by armed guards and was told to keep his eyes forward. As they passed a door with one of those small square windows in it, out of the corner of his eye, Bob thought he saw a small "grey" alien standing between two men in lab coats. All three were facing a console of some sort and had their backs to the door. When he tried to turn his head to actually look and confirm his sighting, he was pushed forward by a guard behind him and told, again, to keep his eyes forward. Bob recognized it as a "grey" alien because these types of beings were shown in reports in the briefing room. To this point, he had surmised that any grey aliens had been gone since 1979, at least that's what the briefing reports implied. The sight in that room surprised him, to say the least.
by Gene Huff
[As posted to alt.conspiracy.area51, 12 Mar 1995.]
This is a synopsis, or maybe booklet, of Bob Lazar's story which is being offered as a round zero for future dialogue. After coming to the internet a short time ago, I noticed that people's knowledge of Bob's story varied widely. This is an effort to increase that knowledge base so people who either support or dismiss Bob's story do it for the right reasons. Bob's story is long and complex and in this document I've tried to condense it to a manageable size without omitting relevant points. I'm going to emphasize how things looked from my point of view. I won't elaborate on propulsion systems and things of that sort, so if you want that you can get it on the Lazar Tape and hear if from Bob himself. So here we go...
It was on February 21, 1990 that a crew of Nippon Television Network (NTV) of Japan and I (total of 7) had an opportunity to visit and interview Bob Lazar at his residence in Las Vegas. This was made possible through Bob's friend, real estate appraiser, Gene Huff.
We arrived at Bob's residence around 11 a.m., or so, to the best of my recollection.
They took us to the living room, which at that time did not seem to me to be fully furnished and "lived". They showed us Bob's study room, which also did not seem to me to be fully furnished. Yes, there were a few books on physics on the bookshelf and there were computers on his desk. In any case, the interview was conducted by a writer from a magazine and I was simply there as an interpreter.
The interview lasted about two hours.
When we arrived at his house, there were about 5 or 6 men in the house.
At first I thought they were simply Bob's friends. But later on I notieced something unusual about some of those men. It seemed that throughout the interview, whether in the living room or in Bob's study room, two men were constantly on each side of Bob. One of them seemed to have a rectangular black communications equipment with him. Perhaps it could have been a cellphone (although this was in 1990).
When we moved to the kitchen area, those two men also moved alongside Bob. When we moved to Bob's study room, those men also moved together with Bob.
So we asked Bob, "who are these men?" Bob simply said that, "don't worry, these are just friends".
Perhaps this was nothing. But I just thought to bring this up, because that's the one thing throughout the interview that impressed me the most.