Australian lawyers question Bin Laden involvement

February 27, 2008: Lawyers of twelve men on trial for terror charges have questioned Osama Bin Laden’s involvement in the 9/11 terrorist attacks.

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There is a 30 seconds long commercial in the beginning.

I didn't manage to extract the actual video from MSN but perhaps someone else knows how to? Could be useful to post on YouTube etc.


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MP3 Audio Clips - There are no terrorists

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Nice ..

About extracting video from sites :
There are several FireFox extensions capable of doing just that .
This one, "MediaPlayer Connectivity"
works extremely well, especially if you combine it with a multi-threaded download manager
like "Net-Transport" or maybe "Free Download Manager"
"Listen carefully now : DO NOT DESTROY OIL-WELLS" Dubya

More on "extracting and downloading files"

I use a free software called "Orbit Downloader" ( ). It's a stand alone program but works with both Internet Explorer and Firefox. It has a feature called a "grabber" that will "sniff out" the underlying file behind a IE or Firefox web page streaming a video and then allow you to download it in Orbit. However, the MSN site mentioned showed the video to be in many small pieces rather than one file, something I haven't run into before. Maybe they do that to thwart downloaders, although I guess one could do it and string them together. Anyway, I didn't try.

If anyone is interested, I found a "portable" version of Orbit, which I use on my flash drive at a local university library, because my home connection is much slower and I go there to download stuff. I forget just where I found it on the internet -- it was a European site -- but if anyone wants, I'll try to find it. But the link above is fine for using it on your home computer. As far as I know, it has no spyware or other malware attached.

Fred W

Link for Video (crude)

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