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Is this the real reason the FBI raided Bob Lazar?


Posted on Friday, 15 November, 2019 | Comment icon 21 comments

Did Lazar really steal samples of Element 115 ? Image Credit: CC BY-SA 4.0 Dudeanatortron
Newly released documents have shed light on why the alleged former Area 51 worker was raided last year.
Widely attributed with bringing the secretive test facility into the limelight, the 60-year-old made headlines three decades ago when he revealed that he had worked with captured extraterrestrial technology during his time at 'S4' - a site situated near to Area 51 - between 1988 and 1989.

An alleged witness to captured alien 'saucers', Lazar claimed to have intimate knowledge of what powered them - Element 115 - a chemical element with exotic properties.

In 2018, his claims became the topic of the documentary 'Bob Lazar: Area 51 and Flying Saucers', which introduced a whole new generation to his remarkable story.

During filming of the documentary however, his firm - United Nuclear Scientific - was the subject of a raid by the FBI and local police, leading to speculation that authorities had been attempting to locate samples of Element 115 that Lazar may have acquired during his time at Area 51.

Lazar himself had discussed such a possibility with the documentary team the very day before the raid occurred and he has long maintained that he has been under ongoing government surveillance.
But was this really the purpose of the raid or were authorities looking for something else ?

Now according to reports written by Michigan State Police Sergeant Detective Thomas Rajala, the search was actually related to an investigation into the death of 31-year-old Janel Struzl who was believed to have been poisoned by thallium sulfate - a highly toxic substance.

While Lazar himself is not a suspect in the case, it is understood that the raid was designed to determine who may have previously purchased thallium from United Nuclear Scientific.

Exactly why authorities felt it necessary to raid his home as well however remains unclear and Lazar remains adamant that the search had nothing at all to do with the murder investigation.

"None of the agents [or] officers were the least bit interested in the thallium," he said.

Source: Vice.com | Comments (21)

Tags: Bob Lazar, Area 51

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Comment icon #12 Posted by Piney on 16 November, 2019, 22:06
https://rationalwiki.org/wiki/Robert_Lazar  
Comment icon #13 Posted by Piney on 16 November, 2019, 22:07
Nope......
Comment icon #14 Posted by Noteverythingisaconspiracy on 16 November, 2019, 22:12
Elements are categorized by their number of protons. Element 115 have 115 protons, hydrogen have just 1. Isotopes are categorized by their total number of protons and neutrons. This why we can have both uranium235 and uranium238, the latter have three more neutrons but the same number of protons. The thing about the real element 115 is that it have an extremely short lifetime. It have a half life of 0,65 seconds, which means that after 0,65 seconds half of it have changed into another element and 0,65 seconds later half of the remainder have done the same... and so on, so it doesn't take long ... [More]
Comment icon #15 Posted by OverSword on 16 November, 2019, 22:42
Maybe that crazy Canadian guy that was working on anti gravity orders from him 
Comment icon #16 Posted by OverSword on 16 November, 2019, 22:46
Never mind. Forgot all that stuff. A quick google and reading a sentence refreshed my memory 
Comment icon #17 Posted by OverSword on 16 November, 2019, 22:52
Yes. I think you misunderstood my question.
Comment icon #18 Posted by Noteverythingisaconspiracy on 16 November, 2019, 22:53
There can be only one element with any specific number. Currently we have 94 naturally occurent elements and around 20 that only exists in the laboratory. Element 115 belong to the latter group. In theory there is no limit to the number of elements, but anything larger than plutonium (Element 94) is incredibly unstable.
Comment icon #19 Posted by Piney on 16 November, 2019, 22:55
https://rationalwiki.org/wiki/Robert_Lazar#Element_115
Comment icon #20 Posted by Noteverythingisaconspiracy on 16 November, 2019, 22:58
Hey I worked hard to answer your question and you just brush me off. 
Comment icon #21 Posted by OverSword on 16 November, 2019, 23:05
Sorry about that 


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