"LiveLeak.com said in a statement Friday that it decided to remove the film a day after it was posted 'following threats to our staff of a very serious nature'," says the story. See our earlier report here.
Instead of the video linked to in our earlier story, there are a series of captions forming LiveLeak's statement, in which it says it's a "sad day for freedom of speech".
Again, religious threats decide what we are allowed to watch. You'll be pleased to know that it's still available on YouTube – or just click the arrow below.