Fox News Deletes Interview from Website (Updated X2)

Fox News deleted online videos Thursday of an interview it had heavily promoted the previous day with an anonymous man who said he'd attended the same mosque as the suspect in a beheading in Oklahoma.

The interview was aired on "The Kelly File" and posted to the Fox News website after the airing. 

CNN reports that the man made a number of incendiary claims about the Oklahoma mosque and its attendees. 

"To the public, the mosque will not promote terrorism or any kind of radical acts," the man said. "But when they're among friends and congregants only, they will promote the true teachings of Islam, which include the offer to non-Muslims -- the choice, rather -- that you must convert, live under Islamic rule, or be fought against."

CNN says that the man's claims were not corroborated.

The video on was pulled from the site sometime this morning. 

Fox News is not commenting. 

Update: After the CNN story was posted, Fox News put the interview back up on their site.

Update #2: Fox News admits they made an error in pulling the video.

Here is their statement regarding the matter: