http://video.google.co.uk/videoplay?docid=-2852102957751601495&q=area+51&total=4031&start=0&num=10&so=0&type=search&plindex=2 This bloke must have balls of solid rock! The "Cammodudes" have yet to make someone "disappear" to my knowlege, but they are authorized to shoot you if you enter the base. The chances are they'd just arrest you and call the police, but if they were having a bad day they'd kill you and nobody would ever hear from you again. There's be no coroner's inquest, no funeral, nothing! The Cammodudes are civilian contractors- mercenaries, in other words. They are probably employed by Wakenhut, a company used in Iraq, Afghanistan and Kosovo and known to be employed by EG&G, the company that runs much of Area 51. Wakenhut troops have a reputation for being very trigger-happy and have been implicated in several atrocity allegations.
http://video.google.co.uk/videoplay?docid=7067690895370029603&q=area+51&total=3920&start=0&num=10&so=0&type=search&plindex=4 This is a good doc, but really it only scratches the surface. The experiences of Robert Frost and the other men who sued the govt over the illnesses they got working at Area 51 shows exactly what the place is: a black hole. You enter it and you cease to exist. All your legal rights are made void and what happens on the base stays on the base.
My guess is that this is fake, but I'm not 100% certain. If it is fake then the producers have learnt the lessons of the Santilli film, the famous "Alien Autopsy". They've shot the puppet in a dark studio so it's a lot harder to see detail. The rest of the stuff about aliens being interviewed etc is a lot more plausable. I recomend looking up articles and films about Phil Schneider. Unlike so many other self-styled Area 51 insiders, Schneider produces hard evidence, pictures of aliens, alien material etc. Another interesting guy is Bob Lazar. I used to have serious doubts about him, but as I listen to more and more of what he has to say, and what others have found out about him, he seems more and more credible. For instance, it turns out that Lazar really did work at Los Alamos before being deployed to Groom Lake; an initial inquirey turned up negative and I used to assume he'd made it up. But George Knapp, the reporter who first brought him out into the public view, managed to locate records of his name at the Top Secret laboratory. Here's an Art Bell radio interview with Bob Lazar: http://video.google.co.uk/videoplay?docid=182784337870001874&q=bob+lazar&total=216&start=0&num=10&so=0&type=search&plindex=4