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June 29, 2013
Area 51 Bob Lazar left the UFO limelight - June 29, 2013
Bob Lazar left the UFO limelight, and has not spoken on the topic for many years. He started a scientific equipment and supply store called United Nuclear.
Openmindstv contacted United Nuclear to find out if Lazar would be interested in speaking about his experiences as next year will be the 25th anniversary of his famous interview with Knapp.
But in a recent email from United Nuclear: "Sorry, Mr. Lazar no longer involves himself in matters related to the topic of UFOs. Apparently he is now a science and technology consultant to Raytheon and his company has contracts with the military".
Raytheon Company is a major American defense contractor and industrial corporation with core manufactoring concentrations in weapons and militairy and commercial electronics and Raytheon is the world's largest producer of guided missiles.
Openmindstv found the response rather interesting, as I am sure you will as well.
Read entire article at Openmindstv
Video: Bob Lazar shatters the cloak of secrecy surrounding the Unites States military's most highly sensitive operations located at an area known as S4 of Area 51, in the Nevada Air Force Range. Lazar gives a full account of Alien spacecraft the Government has hidden at S4 as well as details on their propulsion systems and how they operate. Bob Lazar was part of the reverse-engineering team.
As chief physicist on project "Galileo", Lazar reveals what the US Military has known and held secret for decades. The Lazar Tape - describes and portrays the components and capabilities of an extraterrestrial vehicle used for interstellar space travel; a gravity propelled disc.
Between December 1988 and April of 1989, as a young nuclear physicist, Bob Lazar was part of the back engineering team. As part of this team his job was to understand and attempt to duplicate the propulsion systems of these craft. ufotvstudios