Friday, January 14, 2011

Bin Laden Framed - The phony "Osama bin Laden" tapes "taking credit for 9/11 attacks"

Here's another huge smoking gun showing the "official" 9/11 story is a giant fraud. Many of the alleged bin Laden video and audio tapes are outright fakes or seriously misrepresented (ie, depicting bin Laden speaking but mistranslating his words) . It is clear that the government and media is trying to frame Osama bin Laden (and his supposed network) for the 9/11 attacks.

The following is a CNN article referring to a Dec. 2001 video tape that supposedly shows bin Laden taking credit for the 9/11 attacks:

CNN: "Bin Laden on tape: Attacks 'benefited Islam greatly'

Now, take a close look at picture of the man from that tape that is purportedly the real Osama bin Laden. Here is a comparison of the photo of the man from that video tape and a photo of the real Osama bin Laden:

It is obvious that the man from the Dec. 2001 tape is not the real Osama bin Laden.


Bin Laden tape 'not genuine'

Friday, 29 November, 2002
BBC News

Researchers in Switzerland have questioned the authenticity of the recent audio recording attributed to Osama Bin Laden.

A team from the Lausanne-based Dalle Molle Institute for Perceptual Artificial Intelligence, Idiap, said it was 95% certain the tape does not feature the voice of the al-Qaeda leader.

US intelligence officials have said they believe the recording - broadcast on the Arabic al-Jazeera television channel earlier this month - was almost certainly that of Osama Bin Laden.

If verified, it would provide the first evidence in a year that Bin Laden survived the American-led bombing campaign in Afghanistan.


The review of the tape was commissioned by France-2 television and its findings were presented by the institute's director, Professor Herve Bourlard.

Mr Bourlard said the institute had compared the voice on the tape with some 20 earlier recordings allegedly made by Bin Laden.

"It could be an impostor," said one of Mr Bourlard's colleagues at Idiap, Samy Bengio, quoted by the French news agency AFP.

He said the system they had used was difficult to tamper with - the al-Jazeera tape was sufficiently different from other Bin Laden recordings as to raise doubts.


The speaker on the recording - broadcast on 12 November - praised anti-Western attacks as recent as last month, including the Bali bombing; the killing of a US marine in Kuwait; the bombing of a French oil tanker off the coast of Yemen; and the siege of a Moscow theatre by Chechen rebels.

It spoke of "the raids on New York and Washington" - an apparent reference to the 11 September attacks, widely blamed on Bin Laden and al-Qaeda.

The speaker warned that America's allies - specifically Britain, France, Italy, Canada, Germany and Australia - would also be targeted if they continued to support Washington.

"You will be killed just as you kill," he said.

It was the clearest indication for nearly a year that Osama Bin Laden is alive.

Bin Laden was last reported alive in mid-December 2001, when US intelligence detected his voice in radio messages from Afghanistan's Tora Bora cave complex.

US officials believe that if he is alive, the al-Qaeda chief is probably in hiding along the Afghanistan-Pakistan border.

The US has offered a $25m reward for information leading to Bin Laden's whereabouts.

The tape was analysed by the CIA and the US National Security Agency, which listens to communications around the world.

Further Resources:
- What Really The Fake 2001 bin Laden Video Tape
- What Really The Fake 2004 Bin Laden Video Tape
- 911 Review: The 'Taliban home video' of Bin Laden "confessing" to attacks was manipulated

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