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Conspiracy Theory With Jesse Ventura

Season 1 Episode 2


Aired Wednesday 10:00 PM Dec 09, 2009 on truTV
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Episode Summary

Jesse Ventura and his team investigate the possibility that the attacks of September 11, 2001, were actually plotted not by foreign terrorists but by Americans with a sinister agenda of their own.
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  • What A Train Wreck!

    This show is almost to uncomfortable to watch, but at the same time, you have to keep watching to see if it gets any worse. Jesse was way to dramatic, and his team of "Elite Investigators" were nothing more than actors...Bad actors. The one guy that tries to be the voice of reason for Jesse comes off like he is reading a cue card. How convenient that the rescue worker that knew the people that could prove a cover up ended up changing his story at the end, and the black female "Investigator" is the worst actor out of everybody. I can't wait to see how much worse it gets.moreless
  • An episode that will make you think...

    Even if you are a staunch believer that the 9/11 attack was not an inside job and our Government isn't hiding anything, this episode should give you some food for thought. For one thing, why were none of the 4 black boxes aboard the planes that crashed into the Twin Towers recovered at the crash site (each jet carries two)? An expert testified that these black boxes are built to withstand infernos, and they are specifically designed to withstand burning jet fuel from plane crashes, so where are they? According to the Government they were not found at the crash site. That seems a bit odd.

    Also, I think many people were not aware that there was a third building that also collapsed, one that was not even hit by a plane - Tower 7. According to the Government this building collapsed due to fire/heat, but no plane even crashed into the building. Do buildings that catch on fire routinely collapse entirely? I'm not an engineer, so I can't answer that one, but experts on this episode testified that it was impossible. The degree necessary to "melt" metal can not be reached by a simple fire alone, even one fueled by jet fuel. And also I doubt that many people know that the policy for "shooting down" hijacked aircraft was changed a mere 6 months before 9/11. It used to be that the military had authority to shoot down a commercial airliner in the event of a hijack, without presidential approval. That policy was amended by George Bush so that the military no longer had the authority to shoot down a commercial airliner without presidential approval. Remember that this was changed mere months before 9/11. Why?moreless

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