Dutch TV Finds Bin Laden Not Guilty of 9-11 Attacks

NOT GUILTY!
A Dutch TV show has found Osama Bin Laden not guilty of the 9-11 attacks.

How many times does Osama Bin Laden have to take credit for the terror attacks on September 11, 2001 before people get it?

Aljazeera aired a never before seen tape of Osama Bin Laden with the 9-11 hijackers 5 years after the attacks in September 2006.
Al Qaeda released the tape showing Osama bin Laden with 9-11 hijackers AND with the Al Qaeda leader in Iraq.
And still there are people who believe that Bin Laden is innocent?
It’s hard to believe.

Via the Hollywood Reporter:

A Dutch TV jury has found Osama bin Laden not guilty of the Sept. 11 attacks.

In the conclusion Wednesday night to the show “Devil’s Advocate” on Dutch public broadcaster Nederland 2, the jury of two men and three women, along with the studio audience, ruled there was no proof bin Laden was the mastermind behind the attacks on the World Trade Center and the Pentagon in 2001.

The Netherlands, home to “Big Brother” creator Endemol, is known for being on the cutting edge of format-based television. But even for Dutch standards, “Devil’s Advocate,” from Amsterdam production house AVRO, pushes the envelope.

The show features star defense attorney Gerard Spong standing up for some of the world’s worst criminals.

In the latest show, Spong was able to convince the jury that bin Laden’s connection to Sept. 11 was a product of “Western propaganda.” The jury also ruled there was insufficient evidence to prove bin Laden was the real head of terrorist network al-Qaida. However, the jury did rule that bin Laden is a “terrorist who has misused Islam.”

Hat Tip Takekaze

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