Conspiracy Theory with Jesse Ventura, Season 2, Episode 8 aired on truTV Friday
night, with controversial allegations that the 9/11 Pentagon hit was done by a missile, and to destroy paper evidence of the Defense Department's missing trillions of dollars. This program
showed a lot of interviews, a 757 flight simulator test, and more evidence to disprove the government's version that an airplane
crashed into the Pentagon. Season 2, Episode 8 of Conspiracy Theory with Jesse Ventura alleged that Dick Cheney told the nation's
air defenses to "stand down" on 9/11. This hard-hitting program once again has stirred up one of America's biggest
hornets nests of controversy.
NORAD Was Allegedly Ordered to "Stand
Down" on 9/11, as Shown on Conspiracy Theory with Jesse Ventura , Season 2, Episode 8
The former governor first met with Charles Lewis, a Los Angeles airport contractor. Lewis claimed
NORAD (the nation's air defense system) was ordered to "stand down" on the day of the attacks by "the highest
level of the White House", i.e., Dick Cheney. He heard via radio transmissions that a missile had hit the Pentagon, even
though the news reports said that American Airlines Flight 77 struck the Pentagon.
June meets Matt Sullivan, a 9/11 conspiracy investigator. During this stint, video is played of
Transportation Secretary Norman Mineta from May 23, 2003, who said he was in the White House underground bunker. He's shown
to be talking about Dick Cheney being constantly briefed on the distance of the plane from the Pentagon and being asked, "Does
the order still stand?" Cheney allegedly told to the briefing official, "Of course the order still stands."
This shocking testimony never made the printed 9/11 Commission Report and the tape has been allegedly left out of the video
record of the report, too.