Still photo from new bin Laden video released

September 11, 2007 11:27


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A still photo released from a new Osama bin Laden videotape shows one of the September 11 suicide hijackers, wearing a white turban, superimposed upon a photo of a burning World Trade Center. The videotape had not yet been posted on extremist web sites. But the IntelCenter, a monitoring group in suburban Washington D.C., said it had obtained the videotape privately _ and it released two still photos taken from the tape. One showed bin Laden in front of a brown backdrop. The other showed one of the September 11 hijackers, Walid al Shehri, who was killed in the attack, in front of the picture of the Trade Center. No audio was immediately released.

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