Thursday, February 16, 2006

'Bin Laden tapes are phony'

The CIA verified an audiotape delivered to al-Jazeera in fall 2002 as authentic. The world's foremost voice identification experts in Switzerland reported that "the message was recorded by an impostor."

According to Dr. Kevin Barrett, an Islamologist and Arabist: "Every bin Laden message since then has been equally phony. They are released at moments when the Bush regime needs a boost and the American media go along with the fraud. Remember the bogus bin Laden tape that made headlines right before the 2004 presidential election? If you didn't figure out that it was a CIA-produced commercial for George Bush, I have some great bridges to sell you. Walter Cronkite, bless his heart, opined that Karl Rove was behind that tape."

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