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Ben Chertoff

Special Guest

Biography:

As research editor for Popular Mechanics, Benjamin Chertoff is responsible for upholding journalistic standards for the magazine, as well as ensuring all the stories in Popular Mechanics are reported completely and accurately. He is the senior reporter for the magazine's special March feature, "9/11: Debunking the Myths," managing a team of dogged and intrepid professional researchers and reporters. Before he joined Popular Mechanics in the summer of 2004, Ben worked as a freelance reporter and researcher for a number of large-circulation magazines and publications, most notably Men's Journal, where he specialized in verifying and bolstering reportage from the early days of the Iraq war. In addition to his reporting, Ben has written extensively about health and science news, as well as general interest features and profiles.

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Debunking 9/11 Myths

Research editor for Popular Mechanics magazine, Ben Chertoff, discussed some of the most prevalent claims made by conspiratorial theorists regarding 9/11 and how the staff of Popular Mechanics debunked them. According to Chertoff, one such conspiracy alleges that no fighter jets were scrambled during the 9/11 terrorist attacks because the U.S. Air Force had been ordered to stand-down. ... More »

Host: Art Bell
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