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Afghanistan / Bin Laden Videotape #652309

CBS Evening News for Thursday, Dec 13, 2001
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(Studio: Dan Rather) The release of the videotape showing terrorism sponsor Osama bin Laden speaking about the September 11 attack on America featured; details given of the reactions of Americans and people in Muslim countries; tape excerpts shown with English translations on screen. [Middle East expert Fouad AJAMI - says bin Laden seemed to expect that hundreds would die, but not as many as he planned; says Muslims will view the tape with "a jaundiced eye".] [Los Angeles WOMAN, Miami MAN - express views on the tape.]

(Washington: Jim Stewart) The evidence on the videotape that bin Laden knew the attack plans before they happened and what it could mean if bin Laden ever goes on trial examined; tape excerpts shown with English translations on screen. (Note: video difficulty.)

Rather, Dan;
Stewart, Jim

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