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Originally posted by pipefitter
I've spent many hours pouring over everything I could fine about Bob Lazar. my gut feeling is that he was telling the truth. I think they needed him enough that they decided not to get rid of him outright. He seems to be a pretty smart fellow for someone who didn't go to college.
One thing for sure is that highly respected investigators such as George Knapp still seem to support his story.
He seems to be a pretty smart fellow for someone who didn't go to college.
Originally posted by kidflash2008
reply to post by Norio Hayakawa
Lazar produced a fake pay stub (he would of been paid by his contractor, not the government), and went to work immediately on a project that would of required a long wait to get such a security clearance. While I think his story is interesting, that is all it is.
Originally posted by Norio Hayakawa
The fact that his firm still deals with defense contractors from time to time is significant.
Originally posted by Interestinggg
"Investigative reporter George Knapp, however, found Bob Lazar's name among that of other scientists in the 1982 Los Alamos phone book, indicating Lazar did work there as a technician."
The endless discussions concerning the veracity of Bob Lazar's story simply shows us the futility of proving or disproving such claims.