The 9/11 Pentagon Attack was the September 11, 2001 attack on the pentagon in which a Boeing 757 jetliner, supposidly hijacked by terrorists, crashed into the pentagon killing all passengers and crew as well as several employees in the Pentagon itself.
Conspiracy Theories began emerging about the Pentagon attacks, especially from the examination of the photographs. Some say the U.S. administration deliberately chose not to shoot down the plane but many of these suggest that the Pentagon was not hit by a 757, but instead a "missile". They also add that there is not any really significant damage that you would expect from a 757 crash. There is also other evidence, including that there is little or no wreckage from the aircraft.
In the July 22, 2004 release of the 9/11 Comission Report, footage was released from a booth security camera showing the crashing and explosion of the Pentagon attack. However, there was no footage at all, of the aircraft, and only 4 frames of footage, with 2 only showing the explosion.
. Jesse Ventura investigates the theory that a missile, and not a hijacked jetliner crashed into the Pentagon on September 11, 2001. It might seem the most unlikely of 9/11 theories. That is, until you look at all the factors, which include eyewitness testimony, crime scene video, expert analysis and the question why, with 85 cameras trained on the building, have only five frames of crash footage have ever been released?