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Such Transparency: US Government Admits Area 51 Exists

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Thanks to a Freedom of Information Act inquiry filed by Jeffrey Richelson in 2005, the US government has finally gotten around to declassifying documents about Area 51 and its purpose. Obviously, because this is the government we're talking about, they're all filthy lies.

According to these reports, which include a map of the base's location in Nevada, Area 51 was merely a testing site for the government's U-2 and OXCART aerial surveillance programs. The U-2 program conducted surveillance around the world, including over the Soviet Union during the Cold War.


But the newly released documents make no mention of alien autopsy rooms or spaceship parking lots.

Richelson told CNN he believes this could signal a dramatic change in the government's willingness to declassify information about the famed base, meaning even more information could come out about Area 51 in the future.

So if Area 51 was just a testing site for two 50-year old planes, what's it doing now? What's been going on since the 60's? Sure maybe the site STARTED as a testing facility for planes, but what did it turn into? Take the liquor store down the street. Before it was a liquor store it was a Korean restaurant. See what I'm saying? Just because something started as something doesn't mean you haven't autopsied an alien up in it since.

Thanks to Tom and E V I L A R E S, who believe.

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