Devil's Advocate (TV series)

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Devil's Advocate is a Dutch reality television series produced by AVRO, an Amsterdam-based production company, and shown on Nederland 2, a public broadcaster. It stars defense attorney Gerard Spong, who attempts to convince a jury and studio audience of the innocence of some of the world's worst criminals.

The 8 April 2009 show created controversy when the jury ruled that there was not enough evidence to convict Osama bin Laden of leading al-Qaeda or of masterminding the 11 September 2001 terrorist attacks. Spong had argued during the show that bin Laden was a victim of "Western propaganda." The story was broken in the United States by the Hollywood Reporter.[1][2][3]

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  1. ^ Dutch TV show finds Osama bin Laden not guilty
  2. ^ 'Devil's Advocate' jury finds no proof he was behind Sept-11
  3. ^ TV show exonerates Osama bin Laden

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