Egyptian Protests Continue Around U.S. Embassy in Cairo

Officials in Egypt promise to protect Embassy despite ongoing protests over controversial U.S. film.
3:00 | 09/13/12

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Transcript for Egyptian Protests Continue Around U.S. Embassy in Cairo
Protestors stick to the streets of Cairo again this morning as police fired tear gas. Overnight they broke through a barbed wire barrier -- burned tires near the US embassy. Tensions -- over at thirteen minute YouTube trailer for the film innocence of Muslims. Depicting the Prophet Mohammed as a womanizer and for rule. Outrage over the film's spreading Wednesday that Egypt to US embassies in Tennessee I -- -- rock. In Cairo Greece that Muslims chanting death to America this man says seeing the trailer made his blood boil. Just -- the movie -- -- and mystery. It is credited -- shadowy figure using the pseudonym sound -- -- -- cool about -- who had to pay 55 year old Californian who served time in federal prison for bank fort. Tells the Associated Press he managed the film's production company but denies he's the director. A cellphone number he provided for the seal traced back to an address for -- -- We were supposed to be playing -- feel of how life was 2000 years ago. And compared -- days the script pages obtained by ABC news -- dialogue for a character named George. And the trailer George's name has been changed to Mohammed. And much of the most defensive dollar appears to be jobs over the actors' voices Cindy Garcia had a small part in the film she says she was duped. I would never. Hurt anybody. No matter what religion they are nationality they are that I am not that woman.

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