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Was Bob Lazar raided by the FBI (and other agencies) in the middle of filming my recent movie Bob Lazar : Area 51 & Flying Saucers? YES… it happened. It was real. I have heard the craziest of stories - that I fabricated the raid for the film - that it didn't happen. What's shocking to me is that it is very clear from the opening scene of my film, that it did indeed happened. ...
I think it was because they were looking for a piece of the fuel source of the extraterrestrial craft he worked on - that they were looking for a piece of Element 115....
Event’s like this are a head-scratcher for sure. So let's put this conspiracy to bed. Yes, there was an actual, physical raid. Now the question is, did it have to do with his story about Area 51 and Element 115? That's for you to decide, my opinion is not as important as yours. In my film you get to see what happened just before the FBI (multi-agency) shakedown, and you be the judge. I trust in your analytical skills and logic.....
This happened just after I left filming an important part of the documentary about Element 115. So unfortunately, the raid DID in-fact happen. There's no photoshop, this happened. I felt so terrible the next day. I woke up to a barrage of texts and I felt horrible that the simple act of telling Bob’s story could have caused this type of disruption......
Jeremy Kenyon Lockyer Corbell
Source : Extraordinary Beliefs
“..this investigation started in Houghton MU in regards to a homicide investigation involving poison. The search warrant will be for records and poisons that Lazar does sell. R/O [Reporting Officer] was advised that a hazmat team will also be involved in the execution of the search warrant...”
Aug 25, 2016
HOUGHTON, Mich. (WLUC) - An investigation continues after a Houghton woman was poisoned to death last December.
Janel Rene Sturzl, 31-year-old Houghton resident, became ill in October of 2015 where it was soon discovered she had been poisoned with lethal levels of thallium. She died on December 22, 2015.
Thallium is a heavy metal substance, and in the past, was used in agricultural pest control. The substance is odorless, colorless, and tasteless. Cases reported of thallium poisoning are extremely rare in the United States.
Another thallium poisoning case took place this month to a Battle Creek, Michigan man, however, the two cases seem to be unrelated.
The Houghton Police are actively investigating leads. They are being assisted by the Western Upper Peninsula Health Department, Michigan State Police, and the Federal Bureau of Investigation. Anyone who has any information on this investigation is asked to contact the Houghton Police Department...
Source : Upper Michigans Source
Back to the Lazar search; for me, one of the most intriguing details of the report comes from the inference that, at least initially, Bob Lazar was being viewed as a suspect by the FBI. To be clear, nothing from the report makes me think law enforcement thought Lazar was directly involved in the murder of Janel Sturzl. Instead, there’s the suggestion the FBI thought Lazar was potentially involved in the unlawful possession or distribution of toxic chemicals.....
The report’s author suggests the FBI’s goal was not to simply obtain copies of sales records for past client purchases; as it’s been implied. Instead, the FBI’s intent was to physically search the property of United Nuclear Scientific for contraband – namely toxic poisons. Confirmation this isn’t simply a “records check” is further supported by the fact the report describes the pre-op briefing and actual execution of the search, with a HAZMAT team going in to clear the building before other investigators conducted the search....
United Nuclear only sells harmless radioactive Thallium isotopes that are fused and a part of epoxy disks. The substance referred to as “the poisoner’s poison,” which would’ve been used to kill Mrs. Sturzl would have been Thallium sulfate – an odorless, tasteless, fine powder form of the toxic post-transition metal. Could one speculate that Bob Lazar secretly sells banned poisonous chemicals on the black market? Sure. However, it’s important to note, the FBI clearly didn’t find anything of that nature during their search – as Bob Lazar is still a free man.
Source : Tim McMillan's Blog
originally posted by: mirageman
a reply to: chiefsmom
I think if people looked deep enough that the whole Lazar case could be solved once and for all. Given enough resources of course. But sometimes people don't even want to look....
originally posted by: NoCorruptionAllowed
Toxic chemicals, even radioisotopes of ALL elements (except large amounts of plutonium and uranium are not "illegal". But of course they don't need to be illegal in the first place.
What people do with them can certainly be illegal.
The FBI, if they stated that Thallium was illegal, are full of cr*p as usual.
"All our Radioisotope sources are NRC Exempt 'safety sealed' sources. The radioactive material in the disks cannot be removed or altered - it is fused and part of the plastic/epoxy disk. The disks measure 1" in diameter and just under 1/8" thick.
These radioactive sources are low level and exempt from Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC) regulations and licensing. They do not require any sort of special handling or storage
See : United Nuclear Disk Sources
What is your thoughts on Lazar — truther or hoaxer?
I’m personally on the fence with Lazar.
I’m not on the fence with Jeremy Corbell. He’s a whiny little tool that thinks far too much of himself. He washed up as a photographer, so why not get on the ufology money train...
originally posted by: dave649
If Bob took a lump of element 115, then what is his plans for it? That is important. If he intends to use it as evidence then why won't he come forth and have it studied? I would like to know his reasons for keeping it secreted, because I'm certain he has at least one reason.
Why not have it independently examined? Is he afraid?