posted on Jun, 19 2012 @ 11:15 AM
Here's a link to the article: Area 51 the plane truth
No, it is not a link from the "media name we apparently shall not speak"
This an entirely separate article, that interviews Fred Dunham on his experiences working for area 51, not of his possible lawsuit that may or may not
be in process. However, this is in direct response to the front page thread so graciously shut down by our mods with no further explaination, which
for those not in the know can be found here:Former sick area 51 employee writes
I am fully antisipating a possible block to this thread as well, so I want to make it clear in the opening post that the only explanation provided by
moderators for closing the last thread was by super mod maria_stardust:
" This thread is now closed for a staff review. Please refrain from
attempting to post content from a blocked site."
So again, to clarify...this is a completely separate article, and is not a blocked site.
In this article, Fred Dunham once again speaks out to another media outlet to get his story in the public. In the article he claims he fears someone
is attempting to shut him up (hmm, sounds familiar). He goes into details on living conditions and projects he's worked on that have since led to him
having numerous health problems the government has refused to address for him.
A few quotes from the article:
Dunham, who is now 60, was recruited to work at Area 51 in 1980, just as the stealth fighter programme was getting under way. (Dunham himself won’t
directly name his former place of work; part of the contract of employment he signed swore him to a lifelong oath of silence. Instead, he refers to it
as “up there”, “that place” or, more often than not, “the area”.)
A security guard at a Las Vegas casino, he was approached by a former colleague who told him about this great job out in the desert, with double the
money and a lot less stress than frogmarching drunks out of bars. All he would have to do was sit in a small guard hut, either at one of the many
checkpoints at the heart of the base or on the two dirt roads that cross its perimeter, and make sure that whoever came through had the relevant pass.
He’d be paid $17 an hour.
Among the most sensitive of the secrets was the coating that was applied to the aircraft. The exact make-up of this radar-absorbent paint has still
not been made public, even though the aircraft has been retired from active service, and pieces of one of them are on display in a museum in Serbia,
where it was shot down in 1999. What is known is that it was considered toxic enough that safety instructions drawn up for first-responders –
firemen and other emergency services who may have to attend a crash site – called for breathing apparatus to be used if an F-117A caught fire.
West of the base’s main living quarters, on a piece of ground slightly above the lake bed, a waste dump had been constructed. Vehicles with
California license plates would head up to the dump to unload cargoes of waste too secret to dispose of normally.
Some of the trucks bore the markings of NDB – a company of which no records appear to exist; rumour on the base had it that it was a front for some
department of the government, the initials apparently standing for None of your Damn Business.
So what say you folk? Another blatent disregard for human life on our governments part, or should he shove his case where the sun don't shine as our
justice system has suggested to him in so few words?
Mods! We're still waiting for a response on the previous thread...this is not something that will simply go away on its own by turning a blind eye.
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edit on Tue Jun 19 2012 by DontTreadOnMe because: title edit, to reflect source info, only