The Inside Job follows expert contractor Jason Cameron and his crew as they design, rebuild and renovate homeowners' properties. Jason's straight-forward, no holds barred attitude makes him someone homeowners can put their faith into before spending thousands of dollars on a new renovation. From the first meeting, through the demolition, build, and reveal, Jason will bring eye opening insight to make sure viewers avoid deception and disappointment in their own rebuilds. With his longtime crew by his side, he'll turn problem houses into dream homes and give insight into the pitfalls all homeowners will confront.
Runtime: 30 minutes
The Inside Job - 9/11 Truth movement - Netflix
Adherents of the 9/11 Truth movement are conspiracy theorists who dispute the mainstream account of the September 11 attacks of 2001. The group disputes the commonly accepted account that Al-Qaeda terrorists hijacked four airliners, crashed them into the Pentagon and New York's Twin Towers, whereupon the crashes led to the collapse of the Twin Towers. The primary focus is on missed information that they allege is not adequately explained in the official NIST theory, such as the collapse of World Trade Center 7. They suggest a cover-up and, at the least, complicity by insiders. They analyze evidence from the attacks, discuss different theories about how the attacks happened and call for a new investigation into the attacks. Some of the organizations assert that there is evidence that individuals within the United States government may have been either responsible for or knowingly complicit in the September 11 attacks. Motives suggested by the movement include the use of the attacks as a pretext to fight wars in Afghanistan and Iraq and to create opportunities to curtail American civil liberties. Support for the movement is negligible from professionals in relevant fields, such as civil and aerospace engineering.
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