By Tracy Connor
The man who put Area 51 on the UFO map is not impressed by newly declassified CIA documents that acknowledge the existence of the facility but say it was used to test U-2 spy planes — not flying saucers.
"Everybody has known that for 25 years or so," said Bob Lazar, who came forward in 1989 with a tale of government scientists tinkering with alien spacecraft at a military base in the Nevada desert.
"Tell us something we don't know."
A controversial figure even in the UFO community, Lazar claimed that as a government scientist he was taken to Area 51 near Groom Lake and then put to work at a facility called S4 about 15 miles south.
By his account, flying discs powered by anti-matter reactors with seats too small for humans were being tested at S4 — reverse-engineered by the U.S. to create its own futuristic technology. . . .
. . . Lazar, who said he now runs a private consulting firm and wants nothing to do with UFO enthusiasts, isn't surprised — saying all the extraterrestrial work went on at S4.
"That’s a minuscule baby step forward," Lazar said of the Area 51 disclosures. "Maybe a decade from now they’ll acknowledge there’s an S4." . . .
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