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Published: Wednesday, Sept. 12 2012 2:40 p.m. MDT

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SME
Bountiful, UT

"There's no universal registry where you can tell for sure this is legitimate film," ????

A legitimate film? Who decides what film is legitimate? You can't use a video camera without someone's approval? Thousands of teenagers posting to youtube are not legitimate, who knew?

windsor
City, Ut

And then there is the rumor that it was produced by extremist Islamists themselves, to use as an "excuse" to attack US embassies.

The rumor also pointed out that just as Osama Ben Ladin didn't mind viewing pornography while claiming to be a holy Muslim fighting against the decadent West, perhaps other extremist Muslims are not above producing this type of film, and attributing the making of it to 'others' in order to inflame public opinion against Americans--and also gaining extra mileage out of it by purporting the film was made by an "Israeli born Jew".

Hmmm....

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