Vice President Dick Cheney
Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
On September 12, 2001, the commander in chief of the Russian air force, General Anatoly Kornukov, offered his thoughts on the previous day's events: "Generally it is impossible to carry out an act of terror on the scenario which was used in the USA yesterday. ... The notification and control system for the air transport in Russia does not allow uncontrolled flights and leads to immediate reaction of the anti-missile defense. As soon as something like that happens here, I am reported about that right away and in a minute we are all up."  One would assume the defenses of the United States should have been more effective than those of Russia. Yet the 9/11 attacks seem to have proceeded with ease, and America's air defenses appear to have been almost non-existent at the time they were most needed.
Rep. Keith Ellison, D-Minn.
Atheists applaud Ellison's views on Cheney, Libby, 9/11
"You'll always find this Muslim standing up for your right to be atheists," he told the group.
By Mike Kaszuba, Star Tribune
Last update: July 08, 2007 – 8:40 PM
Freshman Congressman Keith Ellison was among friends Sunday -- in this case, a gathering of atheists -- so his support for a fistful of hot-button opinions, including the impeachment of Vice President Dick Cheney, brought enthusiastic nods of approval and standing ovations.
As he was introduced to the eclectic gathering, which included one man wearing a black T-shirt that read "Investigate 9/11," Ellison was told that after the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks, Muslims had joined atheists at the bottom of popular opinion polls.
The supporting documents are available here.
I don't think 9/11 is part of the charges. Basically, they say Cheney lied about WMDs in Iraq, and he's trying to pick a fight with Iran using lies.