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The Great Conspiracy: The 9/11 News Special You Never Saw (2005)

| Documentary, History, News
The 9/11 News Special You Never Saw is a 70-minute sequel to The Great Deception - a ground-breaking 44-minute video also by Barrie Zwicker... See full synopsis »

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Barrie Zwicker: After a cat-and-mouse game Bush and Cheney meet the comission. But it is behind closed doors; they refuse to testity under oath; no tape recorders are allowed, no transcript is allowed; Bush makes no opening statement, and those taking notes must submit them to security personnel. All of this is what is called in law "guilty demeanor."
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11 December 2006 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I was a skeptic about the whole 9/11 conspiracy idea until i saw this special. i actually just happened to come upon it on google video and thought, "why not?" i expected to get a few more details on information the president had or should have had, and the same old "america wants oil" story. i was wrong. Barrie Zwicker has put together a logical, informative, and surprisingly easy to follow account of this "alleged" conspiracy. i'm not going to say that i believe it 100%, but i will say that i find it very hard to argue with, and i'm very glad that i watched it. i don't care if you are a republican or a democrat, or if you believe that bush responded well or that he planned it himself; everyone should see this report.


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