posted on Mar, 16 2007 @ 04:02 PM
There are still some MAJOR issues with dismissing his accounts out of hand.
1. He knew details about the base that weren't public prior to his accounts.
2. He knew the security personnel well enough to gain access easily, with witnesses. The W-2 and security badge are certainly at least evidence to
3. He knew the dates and times of certain test flights that he would not be privy to in any other way, and again, led witnesses on more than one
4. He currently works on defense-related government contracts.
5. Many of his ideas pertaining to two different types of gravity are being bolstered by recent quantum physics (though admittedly, there are still
6. He's generally been very truthful on even personal subjects in interviews.
7. Lazar isn't the first reference to the front of EG&G and the ficticious DNI (Department of Naval Intelligence). The real name is ONI Office of
Naval Intelligence, but it isn't unheard of for black projects to use realistic sounding agency names for deniability. Similar antics were used for
folks on the U-2 and SR71 projects.
8. Regardless of the real education, Lazar is obviously knowledgable enough to know his stuff in the field.
9. There is at least proof of a deliberate attempt to deny Lazar worked at Los Alamos, when there is proof he did, regardless of capacity.
10. Lazar is off on other things, not looking to "cash in" on the UFO stuff, he simply wanted out.
While there are a LOT of issues that are fishy with this story, there is also too much to simply dismiss out of hand, or throw the baby out with the
bathwater....and one can't dismiss the idea easily that he could have also simply been fed some disinfo as well.