Conspiracy Theory With Jesse Ventura

Season 2 Episode 5

JFK Assassination

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Aired Wednesday 10:00 PM Nov 19, 2010 on truTV
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Ventura investigates newly declassified CIA documents that may connect the John F. Kennedy assassination to the Watergate scandal that brought down Richard Nixon. He questions Lee Harvey Oswald's widow Marina Oswald Porter to get additional insight into the "Two-Oswalds" theory that a CIA-double murdered JFK.

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      • Jesse Ventura: Almost 50 years later, it's still the same old military, industrial complex. The same powers still calling the shots, still threatening, still trying to keep us from the truth. A lone gunman? A magic bullet? Wake up! I'm Jesse Ventura, and this is Conspiracy Theory.

      • Jesse Ventura: A guy named Ken Haas from the public affairs office told us that they don't like our show and what we've got to say. So I got my congresswoman on the case and all she got was more run around, more bull, and no answers.

      • Jesse Ventura: Vince is a friend, but that's what we're up against. You can pile up all the evidence in the world and they don't want to listen.

      • Jesse Ventura: Her great fear is for her children and I can't blame her in light of what she's lived through and what she knows. She asked me a brutal question. She asked me if I would sacrifice my children for the truth.

      • Jesse Ventura: How much do I fear for my life? Do you know what the Navy SEALS are? Well, I'm one of them. I don't carry that kind of fear.

      • Jesse Ventura: This is the event that inspired my work with conspiracies. This is why I always question authority. This is where it happened.

      • Jesse Ventura: The government couldn't wait to close the books on the case. Me, I've never let it go.

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