A man who operates a website focused on Area 51 recently had his two homes raided by government agents, who confiscated many of his personal belongings and caused thousands of dollars in damage.
According to an article by The Associated Press which was posted on Fox5Vegas.com, Jeorg Arnu, who founded and operates the DreamlandResort.com website, said military and federal agents raided his home in Vegas, and his house in the desert town of Rachel, Nevada on November 3.
The article also cites Arnu saying that these “agents confiscated ‘laptops, phones, backup drives, camera gear, and my drone’.”
The research was recently reported by the Las Vegas Review-Journal, which describes its website as “a collection of Youtube videos taken from drones flown over Area 51satellite images of the base, a discussion forum and articles on UFOstest flights and mysterious “black projects”.
The Associated Press the article also states that Arnu alleges that he received an incomplete search warrant from government agents. He also says that the records regarding his case have been sealed so he cannot find out why his residences were searched.
According to the article on Fox5Vegas.com, “Lieutenant Colonel Bryon McGarry, head of public affairs at Nellis Air Force Base in Vegassaid he knew that by Arnu properties had been sought by FBI and Air Force Office of Special Investigations agents. McGary said he could not provide any additional information. Officials with the FBI and the Air Force OSI either declined to comment on the research or did not respond to emails from The Associated Press.
Jeorg Arnu defended itself and its website in an email sent to The Associated Pressstating that he and the members of his website are not spies, that they support the US Army, and they “understand the need for secrecy to keep our country safe.”
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