By co-editor and writer Jordan “The Slavic Libertarian” Marinovich

For the second year in a row, 9/11 truth is in the headlines at the Super Bowl. Pete Carroll, head coach of defending Super Bowl champion Seattle Seahawks, has made no effort to deny his skepticism of the official narrative of events. Some are using the hypocrisy of “Deflategate” to break down the conspiracy theorist stigma of 9/11 truth.

“Deflategate” is theory that the New England Patriots purposely deflated their footballs to gain an advantage and win their conference championship, sending them to the Super Bowl.

Steven Cohn of 9/11 Studies and Outreach group at Arizona State said, “The 9-11 conspiracy theory, if you talk about the science of what happened and the way the towers fell, and the 2,300 architects and engineers that are calling into question the official findings, you’re labeled a conspiracy theorist. But if you accuse an entire team of deflating footballs or spying on the other team, then that’s just being a sports fan.”

A 2013 Deadspin article initially made suggestions of Carroll’s…READ MORE