Al Qaeda Caught on Tape

Friday, May 06, 2011


For years, UC Davis religious studies professor Flagg Miller has been translating and transcribing hundreds of audio cassette tapes that were found in Osama bin Laden’s compound shortly after the U.S. invaded Afghanistan. Last year we spoke to Miller, who said that many of the more than 200 voices on those tapes were mujahedeen involved in planning attacks in the years leading up to September 11th.

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