Internet Anthropologist Think Tank: BINNYS TAPE: ITS A FAKE. proof?

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    Sunday, September 09, 2007


    Put on your stereo head phones turn the volume up,
    you will notice the slight echo, ( small cave 9 x 9 foot )
    and the squeaky wheel in the background ( damp )

    at 2:06 you hear a lighter
    3:36 LIGHTER AGAIN, softer
    5:38 SOUND
    7:17 lighter
    7:27 lighter
    8:53 big water drip ( damp )
    9:35 they switch the Arabic sub-title to English.
    14:00 video CUT ( video has been doctored )
    14:35 LIGHTER
    15:03 - watch beep indicating top of hour?
    17:25 SOUND
    18:10 small water drip ( damp )
    21:26 sound

    So Binny is not alone, according to lighter use maybe as many as 3 people in there with binny.
    Or maybe they aren't smoking tobacco.
    Water drips mean they are below snowline,
    Its cold maybe 60 degrees F.

    He is not wearing suicide robes.
    No gun visible
    His right eye is drooping.
    Black beard sign of war.


    Posted on 09/09/2007 3:57:28 AM PDT by George Maschke

    Osama Bin Laden's widely reported video address to the American people has a peculiarity that casts serious doubt on its authenticity: the video freezes at about 1 minute and 36 seconds, and motion only resumes again at 12:30. The video then freezes again at 14:02 remains frozen until the end. All references to current events, such as the 62nd anniversary of the U.S. atomic bombing of Japan, and Sarkozy and Brown being the leaders of France and the UK, respectively, occur when the video is frozen! The words spoken when the video is in motion contain no references to contemporary events and could have been (and likely were) made before the U.S. invasion of Iraq.

    The audio track does appear to be in the voice of a single speaker. What I suspect was done is that an older, unreleased video was dubbed over for this release, with the video frozen when the audio track departed from that of the original video.


    Paradigm Intel: video is an old video,
    colored beard to disguise vid, ( Photoshop )
    They found a voice similar to Binnys,
    Played old video, voice over by sound alike voice.
    Parts where lips didn't match, they frooze the vid.
    Added squeeky wheel for cover.
    maybe faked echo and background sounds to juice it up.
    video is Binny.
    Voice is NOT Binnys.

    Why is file so huge?
    Bad compression ?
    or hidden files?

    Binny is dead and this is the beginning of the end for al Qeda.


    Binnys 26 min video

    ....Compare voices to this one.

    Fly over Mountain range where Tora Bora is.

    Adel Darwish, political editor of Middle East magazine, told Al Jazeera that he had "doubts" about the authenticity of the tape.

    "Any kid these days with an electronic kit can alter images and edit the way that he or she likes," he said.

    "There is no close up on bin Laden, the beard is thick and black and then there are large segments where the image is a still."

    The tape was undergoing technical evaluation by U.S. intelligence analysts, but an initial review indicated it was authentic. "The analysis suggests that the voice on the tape is indeed that of Osama bin Laden," said a U.S. intelligence official, speaking on the condition that he not be identified by name.? ( unable to confirm this )
    What do you think, does it sound like Binny?

    Neal Krawetz of Hactor Factor, an expert on digital image forensics.

    Krawetz says the inner frame of bin Laden was resaved at least twice, and not at the same time. The images show fine horizontal stripes on bin Laden and a background indicating these came from interlaced video sources. In contrast, the text elements, such as the As-Sahab logo, appear to be from non-interlaced sources.

    The September 7 video shows bin Laden dressed in a white hat, white shirt and yellow sweater. Krawetz notes "this is the same clothing he wore in the 2004-10-29 video. In 2004 he had it unzipped, but in 2007 he zipped up the bottom half. Besides the clothing, it appears to be the same background, same lighting, and same desk. Even the camera angle is almost identical." Krawetz also notes that "if you overlay the 2007 video with the 2004 video, his face has not changed in three years--only his beard is darker and the contrast on the picture has been adjusted."

    More important though are the edits. At roughly a minute and a half into the video there is a splice; bin Laden shifts from looking at the camera to looking down in less than 1/25th of a second. At 13:13 there is a second, less obvious splice. In all, Krawetz says there are at least six splices in the video. Of these, there are only two live bin Laden segments, the rest of the video composed of still images. The first live section opens the video and ends at 1:56. The second section begins at 12:29 and continues until 14:01. The two live sections appear to be from different recordings "because the desk is closer to the camera in the second section."

    Then there are the audio edits. Krawetz says "the new audio has no accompanying 'live' video and consists of multiple audio recordings." References to current events are made only during the still frame sections and after splices within the audio track." And there are so many splices that I cannot help but wonder if someone spliced words and phrases together. I also cannot rule out a vocal imitator during the frozen-frame audio. The only way to prove that the audio is really bin Laden is to see him talking in the video," Krawetz says.

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