Area 51 Raid: What would happen, legally speaking? – Real Law Review

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– Thanks to CuriosityStream for keeping Legal Eagle in the air. Almost two million
Facebook users have pledged to storm Area 51 to
demand answers about UFOs. The planned event is scheduled
for September 20th, 2019. We’re through the looking glass, people, the truth is out there. The US Air Force has used
Area 51 for nuclear testing, experimental aircraft and defense systems, but for decades, people
have suspected that Area 51 houses dead aliens,
spaceships, and other gear related to alien life. Although the Facebook user
who organized the event has said the whole thing is a joke, plenty of people are
taking this post seriously. If just one percent of
people who signed up online decided to actually show up, the government could have
a big problem on its hands, and the truth could finally be revealed. That’s why the Air Force
actually issued a statement. Area 51 is an open training
range for the US Air Force, and we would discourage
anyone from trying to come into the area where we
train American armed forces. The Air Force is ready to
protect America and its assets. What started as a joke is
evolving into a serious attempt to learn more about
one of the government’s most notorious military black sites. So what would happen if people actually tried to invade Area 51? Well we’re about to find out. (dramatic music) Hey Legal Eagles, it’s time
to think like a lawyer, and today we are talking
about the legal ramifications of what would happen if a bunch
of idiots stormed Area 51. So what is Area 51? Area 51 is the common name
of a highly classified US Air Force facility located within the Nevada Test and Training Range. The US government set up
Area 51 after World War II, when it was developing the U2 spy plane. Area 51 is near a dry lake
bed called Groom Lake, about 90 miles north of Las Vegas. The first U2 planes took flight in 1955, and immediately reports poured in about unidentified flying objects or UFOs. The U2 spy plane was so advanced it appeared alien even
to commercial pilots. Since the US Air Force was
not going to acknowledge the existence of its
super-secret spy plane program, the government dismissed UFO sightings as natural phenomena or weather events, which has spawned decades of
conspiracy theories ever since. Even after the U2 program
stopped testing at the site, the Air Force continued to use Area 51, we just don’t know everything
that they have used it for. The theories about aliens
intensified in 1989 when an engineer named Bob
Lazar told the local Las Vegas news that he had worked on
alien technology at Area 51. – Yeah, I didn’t even
believe in flying saucers up until I was employed at S4. – He claimed to have
seen nine different kinds of UFOs during his work at Area 51. The Air Force of course did
not comment on Bob Lazar. In fact, for years the
government has refused to even confirm Area 51’s existence, despite the many credible accounts that real people were
actually working at the site. – The government (chuckles)
is doing everything but looking out for us. The only thing they’re
looking out is for themselves. – For example, in the 1990s,
lawyer Jonathan Turley represented federal workers from Area 51 who had been exposed to some
kind of burning chemical that had caused catastrophic
health problems. Doctors could not even
identify what chemicals could have caused the damage. Although the government did
finally acknowledge the site, President Clinton issued a blanket waiver letting Area 51 keep its chemicals secret. Interest in Area 51 piqued again in 2019 after Lazar went on Joe Rogan’s podcast to describe his alleged
role in attempting to reverse engineer alien
technology at Area 51. Lazar is a self-proclaimed
physicist who claims to have worked at a facility called
S4 inside of a mountain. – I went into the hangar
door and in the hangar door was the disc, the flying
saucer that I worked on. This was a small reactor
about the size of, hemisphere about the size of a basketball on a metal plate and when it was running, it produced a gravitational field, a gravitational field of its own. – Regardless of whether Lazar is credible, it is undeniable that things
are still happening at Area 51. A secret commuter jet
known as Janet Airlines still transports federal workers
from the Las Vegas Airport to the site, it’s actually the only way the federal workers can get in, and the site is actually expanding. According to a Popular
Mechanics aerial time lapse, a new runway was built,
buildings have been added, and the government is still
excavating the mountainside. So the question is could
people storm Area 51? Well, there are two big
problems with storming Area 51. The first is practical
and the second is legal. The practical problem
with storming Area 51 is how to get close enough to the site to actually do or see something. I’m not gonna go into too much detail about all of the practical
problems of storming Area 51 because Real Life Lore has
already done an amazing video essay about all
of the practical issues, including a lot of information
about Janet Airlines, and the issues of storming an air base in the middle of the Nevada desert. So definitely go check out that video after you watch this one,
link in the dublidoo. But suffice to say, the
closest town to Area 51 is Rachel, Nevada, population of 58. Conspiracy theorists
routinely gather there for conventions and fun,
and the locals play along with souvenir shops, alien-themed
food, and general kitsch. The only hotel in town
is the Little A’le Inn, which is already booked for
September 19th and 20th, so obviously someone intends to show up, and they have already booked their rooms. Rachel is located on Nevada Highway 375, which is sometimes called
the Extraterrestrial Highway. To get close to Area 51,
people must take a dirt road from Route 375 which
leads to restricted lands. You can get about 15
miles up the dirt road before you start seeing
fences and security. Now Area 51 is a classified
military operating area. That means that not all of the borders of the huge area are fenced or walled. However, they are marked by orange posts and plenty of warning signs. The signs prohibit
photographs and trespass. Those who have approached the borders have been confronted by
men wearing camouflage. It isn’t clear whether
these camouflaged men are military personnel
or private security, but Area 51 enthusiasts have
dubbed the men Camo Dudes. YouTuber Adventures With
Christian has made several trips to Area 51, including hiking
nearby mountain ranges and driving to various perimeter points. Christian once drove up to the back gate, which is guarded by a high
fence, several buildings, and the camo dudes. The armed guards followed
Christian as he drove back. On another occasion,
Christian tried to sleep inside his vehicle near a different gate, but he was met by police and again camouflaged military personnel. The police politely
told Christian to leave. Christian’s experience seems
to confirm some of the rules of engagement for Area
51 security personnel. They are reportedly ordered
to observe and act as a deterrent, rather than seeking direct engagement with trespassers. However, they will contact
local law enforcement to deal with anyone who is suspicious. The military uses motion sensors, cameras, and other early warning
devices to notify them every time someone approaches Area 51. That’s why the best way
to see the restricted area might be from the air. However, it’s illegal to fly
over Area 51’s air space. The air space above Area 51 is a 23 mile by 25 mile no fly zone, so don’t expect that you’ll be able to
fly any drones nearby. Even pilots from local Air Force bases in California and Nevada are prohibited from flying over Area
51 without permission. Pilots who have attempted
to fly into one of the buffer zones around
the air space are punished, even if it’s just a mistake, and pilots caught knowingly
flying into Area 51 air space can be court marshaled. Drones are also a no go. When Hans Falkner used a
drone to take several videos of Area 51 from above, the
military quickly posted new signs explicitly
prohibiting the use of drones. But let’s say you manage
to turn down Route 375 and approach the boundaries, will law enforcement be there to stop you? This brings us to the second
issue with storming Area 51, the legal problem, and oh boy, there are lots of legal problems. Trespassing on military bases is a crime under Title 18 Section
1382, no person may enter a military installation
without permission. Military installations include a, quote, military, naval, or
coast guard reservation, post, fort, arsenal, yard,
station, or installation. Area 51 is considered part
of Edwards Air Force Base, so it qualifies as a
place you cannot enter without serious consequences. Those found guilty of
trespass face six months in federal prison, a $500 fine, or both, and the authorities take
this issue very seriously. No kidding. In 2014, a tour bus
accidentally drove past the warning signs and got
just inside of Area 51. Military personnel armed
with assault rifles pulled the bus over and
threatened to arrest the passengers and their guide. They were charged with
misdemeanor trespass and given $650 fines. In 2016, a BBC show called
Conspiracy Road Trip decided to film the perimeter of Area 51. They approached the security hut, but when no one came out, the crew of 12 decided to keep going
past the security hut and see how far they could get. (dramatic music) – [Narrator] To me, it seemed like an ordinary military facility. But my companions were convinced this was the gateway to the
extraterrestrial secrets. – The guards were inside
watching a basketball game. When one of the camera
crew knocked on the window of the security hut,
armed guards rushed out and held the man at gunpoint. They were forced to lie on the ground for three hours while the
FBI ran security checks. To would-be alien hunters
and those who believe Fox Mulder’s claim that
the truth is out there. – No government agency has
jurisdiction over the truth. – These penalties may seem not so bad. It actually gets much, much worse. The perimeter of Area 51
contains No Trespass signs warning people that the
military can use deadly force. Has the military ever used deadly force against a trespasser? Yes, yes they have. Earlier this year, Area
51 security personnel shot and killed a man who
approached the perimeter in a car and blew past security checkpoints. After an eight-mile car chase,
he jumped out of the car, and when the man held a,
quote, cylindrical object in his hands, guards shot
him dead on the spot. In addition to death, which
is probably bad enough, people rounded up after
an attack on Area 51 could be charged with acts of terrorism. The Patriot Act defines domestic terrorism as an attempt to, quote,
intimidate or coerce a civilian population,
to influence the policy of a government by
intimidation or coercion, or to affect the conduct of a government by mass destruction,
assassination, or kidnapping. Although there is no
separate federal offense for domestic terrorism,
defendants could be charged under specific state and federal laws. For example, it is illegal
to kill or attempt to kill a federal agent or to use explosives to destroy a federal building. These kinds of charges
carry serious prison time. Even if thousands of alien
enthusiasts showed up on September 20th, it
looks like the US military would probably be ready to respond. Remember that Area 51 is
inside the Nevada Test and Training Range, where
the military conducts live target practice and
conducts simulated war. I was curious about this myself, so I spoke to a friend who
was a major in the Marines serving as an artillery officer, joint terminal attack controller, and a military prosecutor for
the judge advocate general. I asked him what would happen
if thousands of civilians stormed Area 51 and where
they would be tried. His response was they
wouldn’t be tried anywhere because they’d be dead. So there’s that, good night everyone! But when I pressed him, he said that supposing they actually survived, they’d be tried in the local
federal district court, which would be the federal
court in the district of Nevada. But he also pointed out
that the military is not in the habit of fighting
back in the media, so they would be
especially reluctant to use lethal force against
a huge group of people in a highly publicized event. Now given the forewarning
to the US military, the Air Force is likely building up a supply of non-lethal force. An actual invasion would be met with multiple levels of non-lethal force in ascending levels of brutality. So long as the buildings
and hangars were secure, the Air Force would be unlikely to use more than really, really
painful, less than lethal force. So what’s the verdict? Could people storm Area 51
and make something happen? Probably, but what would actually happen would be mass arrests, and even death if people
got particularly aggressive. Of course, this doesn’t mean
that there aren’t questions about Area 51 that are worth asking. It’s just unlikely that
massing outside the entrance to an Air Force base will
yield any real answers. What has worked? Well, a good, old-fashioned
Freedom of Information Act or a FOIA request. Back in 2005, Jeffrey T. Richelson, a senior fellow at the
National Security Archives, submitted a FOIA request about Area 51. Eight years later, the CIA
sent back the largest cache of documents about Area 51 ever released, and confirming the site’s
existence for the very first time. And confirming once again that the lawyers are the
real American heroes. Now obviously, aliens have
never come to planet Earth, but it’s only a matter
of time until they do. Now if you want to prepare
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100 thoughts on “Area 51 Raid: What would happen, legally speaking? – Real Law Review

  • LegalEagle Post author

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  • Eric Geil Post author

    Area 51 is right next to the Nevada Nuclear Testing area but no nukes were ever tested on Area 51. One is run by the Department of Energy and one is run by the Department of Defense. Two separate agencies so get your facts right Legal Eagle.

  • Thomas Jensen Post author

    Ever think of doing some J.A.G. cases/stories?

  • Gabriel Zero Post author

    Funny how, only ONE man used the law in favor of Area 51 and took some anwsers, Legal and Legitiment anwsers.

    So, there is no reason for do such stupidity…Go play GTA SA and storm Area 69 or play Area 51 for the PC. Fantasy is more worth than Naruto Ninja-Running though a Bulletstorm

  • Serban David Post author

    I know this may sound dumb but can you enter area 51 with an underground tunnel?

  • K M Post author

    Nah the lawyers aren’t the real American heroes, the FOIA request was a limited hangout…. you think the Defense Department would provide any true inner workings? Get real. This lawyer guy speaks with such confidence for a mouthful of rocks.

  • Keefe Stone Post author

    It's not negligence that you left out the U.S. Governments investigation into UFOs, Project Blue Book, led by a skeptic & by the end of the investigation was a believer, right? Because if you're arguing the conspiracy theories are just that, theories, leaving out evidence that hurts your argument makes you look like a liar even if there is no actual proof. They investigated, spent tax money on something you argue is a theory & then classified the report. I'm on the fence about it all, it's all possible, but you shouldn't omit facts just because they don't align to your narrative.
    & though I agree they're prepping with non-lethal, they will still most likely start to "diffuse" the situation with USW like the LRAD.

  • Jonathan Goodwin Post author

    Let's be honest. It's not really gonna happen. The date is going to come and go, and then everyone can stop talking about it.

  • NukeNade Post author

    Area 51 stormers: they dont have enough bullets for all of us

    Area 51 Camo dudes and staff: laughs as they load their jets and machine guns

  • VincentDoesThings Post author

    Me: ok let’s raid Area 51

    Time traveler: oh hey are you about to raid Area 51?

    Me: Yea!

    Time traveler: 1 or 2?

    Me: there’s a second one?

  • Jareth Charles Post author

    Could you do a video about God's not dead 2? It would mean the world to me if a real lawyer tear part the dumbest case in movie history.

  • sailure1 Post author

    You cant state Aliens have never come to earth… because you dont know that for a fact. There is more factual evidence, based on REAL science, that supports they have over they have not. Its basic math… time vs size of the Galaxy…

  • Drizzy Post author

    I subbed cuz he looks like Jim

  • Sam Post author

    What an idiot!

  • Painful Sneeze Post author

    OBJECTION! No human can have hair that perfect. You must be an ALIEN!

  • Jeffrey Allan Backowski II Post author

    Depends on if the mob was armed, or if assault vehicles were used etc.

  • jfricano Post author

    Please bring us this real law analysis— Did he break the law: Man armed with AR15 goes to Walmart as “social experiment”

    This person is arguably wrong in a moral sense. But has he committed a crime? If so, is the application of that crime unconstitutional under the second (and possibly first) amendment(s)

    I’m not particularly pro-gun, but I am pro-law, pro-fairness, and anti-hypocrisy

  • Oscar Nemo Post author

    What would be the aliens' legal rights?

  • thebatmanover9000 Post author

    I have a bulletproof vest and a bus ticket to Nevada, let's do this!

  • The Lost Ranger Post author

    a semi actual question for you @LegalEagle
    eventhough the guy who started ALL THIS has gone on record and stated "it was only a joke and don't take this serious" could he STILL be held somewhat countable for implanting the idea of storming area 51 and causing all this- as technically he IS at the center here. and what kinda of "penalty" could he get? (again, he seems legit and semi-regret posting this (or.. as far as can tell with them weebs and kyles" as they're called

  • Iain Ballas Post author

    Wow. They got to you too.

  • Sheetalkumar Ballal Post author

    I am so happy that I can not raid Area 51 so I will not die be because the military will be shooting us to protect their own area 51

  • Alex T. Post author

    By Aliens, the military means foreigners lol 😂

  • Zyvo2 Post author

    What if WE are the aliens? And the government are protecting the natives in Area 51? You would be the villains.

  • King games 2018 Post author

    What about Canadians

  • BLOOD+CHROME Post author

    I think I like lawyers now…well, at least this one.

  • chris zag Post author

    i threw up a little in my mouth when he said lawyers are the true heros

  • ipsurvivor Post author

    Area 51 is not where someone should try a “1st Amendment Audit” or any kind of protest…

  • Death By Cake Post author

    Naruto Runners Ok guys, make sure to dodge the bullets.

  • Deathbrewer Post author

    In reality? They wouldn't even get to the legal process considering someone not too long ago in the news was shot and killed trying to trespass on Area 51 after going on an 8 mile car chase and not complying with officer's orders. This happened back in January, which I believe was even before this Area 51 meme/Facebook group got started, lol. I think the group was only formed in June. Most people still realize it's all just supposed to be a big joke and not actually happen anyway, lol. It just scares me that some crazy people might actually try to do it anyway, but hey, there's always that risk in life with any situation or context, I suppose. Can't go running around changing how us normal people live just because crazy people might blow a joke out of proportion. It's not like banning jokes would stop crazy people from being crazy, and we shouldn't ban something that in the first place to begin with, of course.

  • Jack Thompson Post author

    "They can't shoot all of us!”

    Yes they absolutely can.

  • entertainment-knone Post author

    I would pay to see this spectacle. These conspiracy fruitcakes don't realize that the military will shoot anyone on sight who trespasses on government property that hosts secret government agencies. Take this, for instance, invading the grounds of the White House.

  • Daniel MacLean Post author

    Please review a case (or 2) from Judge Judy or People's Court…

  • Uncle Duke Post author

    Great Video . . . Excellent insight. I tip my "Tin Hat" off to you Sir.

  • Phazon Mitchell Post author

    Lol, Area 51 was almost infiltrated because the guards were watching a basketball game. 🤣🤣🤣

  • Dan Traverse Post author

    What part of "Trespassers will be shot, survivors will be shot again" do these microcephalic addlepates not get.

  • Quiet Side Post author

    The only strange thing in Area 51 is Area 52, which is much smaller and kept in a desk draw.

  • Crispin Driver-Schroder Post author

    They will have LRAD sonic deterrent and probably the V-ADS (vehicle mounted active denial system). The first being the LRAD is an acoustic weapon that can transmit verbal instruction up to 5.5mi away, and extremely loud deterrent sounds. The second is a microwave based directed energy weapon at 95Ghz which penetrates less than 0.4mm roughly less than the second layer of skin, but heats up very quickly so you wouldn’t be able to stand in the same area for more than 30 seconds.

  • James Weeks Post author

    im getting iin there and clappin them alien cheeks!! you cant stop me!!

  • Kody Tiffany Post author

    Really the best PR thing Area 51 could do is release as much info as possible that does not directly give away secrets that they can to some public location or site without prompting from others.
    It would abait most curious people if a bunch of boring documents that have those annoying black lines everywhere to be released in mass. They with hold even the innocent documents so why would people not be driven mad in modern free info access society.

  • NightBazaar Post author

    Scene opens as several thousands of people approach and gather at the security guard station.

    Invader: Excuse me sir, I was wondering if we could request taking a tour of your fine facility.
    Invader: Men, assume the Naruto position!
    Guard: Not so fast Bub!
    Lights turn on revealing tens of thousands of armed soldiers, a fleet of tanks, numerous cannons, thousands of barrels of Zombie Goo, hovering UFOs equipped with death ray weapons, cow launchers, and who knows what else, all pointed at the crowd.
    Invader: Er, Um, sorry to have troubled you sir!
    Invaders assume the Naruto and quickly run away to safety.

    Later, back at the AL' E' INN, people gather together to have a beer, a few joints and party on. Police arrive and start handing out tickets
    Cop: Looks like we're gonna need another truckload of tickets.

  • GTS Revolution Post author

    So what you are saying is….. attack during an important basketball match. Got it.

  • goauld88 Post author

    Is this guy even a real lawyer?

  • Johnathan Maygarden Post author

    Karate kid 1980s film legal kick have be commencement and never be process

  • Tony Boss Post author

    What if actual special ops teams used the civilian raid as cover

  • C S Post author

    wonder how the stormers decide who gets to be the first pepper balls of the day?

  • Toni Olson Post author

    I foresee another Bejing Square scenario happening. We have a president who likes to see people shot if they don't do as He commands, thank the good Lord it's still against the Law to shoot people down who create inconveniences for them. However, we have learned that DT holds no regard for Our Law's here in the United States of America. He respects the Law's of Russia, The United Arab Federation and for North Korea and any other doctorial country. It's going to have some pretty tense moments that day.

  • bystander2009 Post author

    people who wont listening to you are a lost cause. thanks very much

  • tristanovic2 - Post author

    What kind of punishments are there on accidentally flying into the no fly zones?

  • J C Sherrard Media construct Post author

    It’s always time to think like a lawyer! Ever since I studied law I approach everything with a legal perspective. Fascinating to watch the world today and see how dumb people are too Law and that magic word (reasonability). Thank you for your contributions.

  • John Irby Post author

    Yeah if a million people march on anything I doubt anyone could stop that…honestly…what could they do? Arrest or kill a million people?!

  • levitan71 Post author

    im kinda hoping they have stands on the border with water and stern warning.

  • Codenamed Zombie Post author

    A whole massacre would happen to these weebs that would attempt to blitz in.

  • The Master Muftii Post author

    They’re going to find aliens in Area 51

    I’m going to find bobby shmurdas hat

  • nightmare09 Post author

    i hope those idiots who storms area 51 get shoot

  • wapaha Post author

    You lost me as soon as you called the people "idiots". Thought you were to be non-bias.

  • Red Pill X X Post author

    Don't forget to tell Gordon to shine the Batman signal in the sky at precisely 2AM

    Batman has no jurisdiction

  • Dr. M. Hfuhruhurr Post author

    mens re·a
    /menz ˈrēə/[sic] and everything aside ok just in case we have to alert the kids; does a sequestered preponderance of voir díre foreign and abroad mean the jury is not paid by lobbyists for assurance porpoises or no (re: )&WHERETHEHELL'SMYMONEY (re: ?

  • Jo Finley Post author

    Omg… I used to LOVE PBS Idea Channel! ☺

  • Source_16 Post author

    Please do the movie "Flight" I think you would like it ! @LegalEagle

  • Brian Barnes Post author

    The question is, why would our military shoot their own people? Civil unrest is already growing to a peak. Imagine now they decide to kill anyone. They wouldn't get backlash from the media, it would be the people. The us can not handle another civil war. Bad enough men like Epstein get away with what they do because of their political backing, but this would cause so much more. Mass arrests wouldn't even go without it's consequences. I guarantee if people actually end up storming area 51, this will be the start of so much more.

  • Null Nullion Post author

    Are you related to Ryan Reynolds?

  • Jonathan Gupwell Post author

    Live test range means unexploded munitions from misfires and the like, I can see some idiot getting his leg blown off.
    If there is not outright mine fields.

  • Arthur Heuer Post author

    1:48 The first YouTube planes took flight in 1955? Aliens? Time travel? Illuminati confirmed 2019.

  • Zan Furlan Post author

    Anway cant stop us im one of naruto runners so stfu when I die I die _ AND???? all people die one time so yes lets see aliens or death I dont care what will happen.

  • Weston Hettinger Post author

    You have got to cover Epstein.

  • Dade Lee Murphy Post author

    the second they trespassed upon government property; they would be shot …. and it's legal. end of story.

  • 2nd Round Post author

    I know this is an oldie but I just rewatched it, PRIMAL FEAR! Have you done Primal Fear yet! An original twist ending legal drama!

  • Blazer the Delphox Post author

    Hey, Legal Eagles! I have a question! Could the SCP Foundation legally exist in real life?

  • Mike Smith Post author

    Who will be held responsable for the deaths of the poor brainwashed kids who think is a good idea. The mastermind of this silly event will have lots of blood on there hands. Sick people for sure. 💀💩😪

  • Nicanor Núñez Post author

    How about Nesttle?

  • Bob Saget Post author

    Where are areas 1-50???

  • NicGlol Post author

    the problems with the world; the select few control the government, use force and militia to control the masses and the masses are being told to comply and not fight back
    the masses should control the world

  • Paul Newman Post author

    Why not even entertain the idea that not a few thousands, but a million people might show up? What would they do then? That's what we'd like to know. If they arrested everyone, that would almost double the US prison population. Not to mention they simply wouldn't have the manpower to arrest everyone if they'd be outnumbered 100 to 1. And if they shot everyone, that would probably be the biggest massacre on unarmed civilians in the entire history of the world. What else could they do though?

  • Charles DeLiberis Post author

    you could say nobody wont miss them , for being stupid

  • Scott Hedrick Post author

    I believe it was Fox that produced "When Aliens Attack", which was a surprisingly intelligent discussion about real military plans for an alien invasion. The gist seems to be we're screwed, but we have a chance if the aliens can't get rapid reinforcements and we can secretly explore any of their technology that we can capture. If the aliens can rapidly replace losses, we lose.

  • Scott Hedrick Post author

    In the book Battlefield Earth, the Earth lawyers save the planet and make us rulers of the galaxy.

  • Andrew Lockwood Post author

    Let's see, storming a military facility that has guards armed with automatic weapons – at the very least, one would be guilty of stupidity.

  • nolaz010 Post author

    Me in the boys getting out of Area 51 with a copy of Tony Hawk's Underground 3

  • Family Escalante Post author

    Family Escalante

  • dangerouslytalented Post author

    OBJECTION: If aliens invaded, I would want to dress my best, as there’s no defence against a species that is capable of interstellar travel, so why not simply put your indo chino suit on and welcome our new overlords?

  • Devlin O'Rourke Post author

    Speculative non fiction
    Otherwise known as fiction

  • Entity303 Post author

    Lawyerso aren't heroes they're just pussies who sit behind desks and at the first sign of danger the turn around with their tails between thier legs and run home for their mommies and ask the people who they were against for protectonight cough*gun owners *cough and then they sue the gun owners for not helping them

  • Scp Post author

    Naruto runners pas fence while the kyles and Florida men fought guards.
    Interior guards. Laugh in 3000 rounds per minute

    Shut up nerd this is for scheisse heads

  • Kosh Naranek Post author

    maybe, just maybe, Trump administration should built a "BIG, BEAUTIFUL WALL" around Area 51 to eliminate all those fuss ?

  • C.L. Johnson Post author

    I see you're trying really hard not to laugh. 🤣

  • Dominus Pegas Post author

    That spaceship at 13:37 looks like a Kohr-ah marauder.

  • Mr. Patch Post author

    Bold of you to assume we value our lives

  • Hemanth Hemu Post author

    Futurist- I came from the future
    Person- do u know what happened on September 20 2019 in area 51
    Futurist- u mean the great area 51 massacre

  • Iggy P Post author

    dude if 2 million people raid area 51 the aliens inside the huge underground bunker would see this as chance for freedom and escape with there space ships

  • Noah Post author

    2:39 yeah I believe that guy has seen 9 different UFOs, maybe on his home planet

  • Joaquin Hernandez Post author

    Hope to see a new Laws Broken or Real Lawyer Reacts soon.

  • Bryan Machiavelli Post author

    Found a funny TV court case you could review for realism. It's available to watch on youtube. "The Beverly Hillbillies S01E032 The Clampetts In Court"

  • Ronald Perla Post author

    You should do a legal review of American Hangman on Netflix. That movie is dope and I'd love your take on it.

  • NewTyrone88 Post author

    Condemned Criminal Origins – Ethan Thomas proving his innocence and self defense how legal is it?
    SKX killing serial killers, how legal is it? You should do a video about this cool video game to show audience how illegal everything is.

  • Duncan McMillan Post author

    You need to cover the last episode of Chernobyl's courtroom scene, I think it's one of the greatest I've ever watched

  • Riversdale county Post author

    I cant wait to see the highlights on live leak

  • Nicolai Veliki Post author

    Concerning real law reviews I'm interested in Taylor Dumpson v Daily Stormer and I'd appreciate your insight on this

  • TazTheYellow Post author

    Broke: 2,000 Naruto runners

    Woke: 2,000 FOIA inquisitors

  • John Morton Post author

    #objection Area 51 at Groom Lake is on Nelis Air force base not Edwards Air Force Base…

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