Release the Death Pictures of OBL

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Don’t Release Osama Bin Laden Picture

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Following many questionable actions taken by the US government following the assassination of Osama Bin Laden many are questioning if he is actually dead. Do you want them to release the death pictures of OBL? Remember Uday and Qusay?

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Posted by in World / Conflicts on 5/04/11
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Judy Kavalick - 6/17/11 @ 3:01 PM:
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I agree the jackass needed to be taken out, but the pictures should not be publicized. That is in bad taste no matter who the person is.

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cutie122403 - 5/6/11 @ 5:38 AM:
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That is a great point Jeff! Who wouldn't want to see him dead? I sure would! Look at all the pain and grief he has caused our country. If they wont allow all of America then at least allow the 9/11 families to view it.

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Jeff - 5/4/11 @ 8:58 PM:
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I'm with you brother show the proof Mr P, we can show Kennedy being shot over and over why not show this as well.
Ryan Kazinec - 5/4/11 @ 9:11 PM: Ally | Side A
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That's a great point. That's worse than seeing a still picture especially considering he wasn't an evil man like OBL.

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Ryan Kazinec - 5/4/11 @ 8:50 PM:
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Really? Abu Ghraib, Uday and Qusay, and didn't the president say the existence Guantanamo bay put America and it's troops at risk?

Let's be frank; there is no cure to the hatred these Muslim extremist have for the US and our way of life. Let them see what happens to those who attack us. I'm going to make a call; the pictures will be released within 30 days due to pressure from the masses.

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Ryan Kazinec - 5/4/11 @ 8:43 PM:
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Just what we need; another conspiracy theory. Way to go Mr. Obama! He's decided not to release the death photo's of Osama Bin Laden.


"I don't want to make the job of our troops serving in places like Iraq and Afghanistan any harder than it already is," said Rep. Mike Rogers, chair of the House Intelligence Committee. "The risks of release outweigh the benefits. Conspiracy theorists around the world will just claim the photos are doctored anyway, and there is a real risk that releasing the photos will only serve to inflame public opinion in the Middle East."

LA Times Article

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Ryan Kazinec - 5/4/11 @ 8:50 AM:
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I'm still having a hard time understanding why this piece of !!!! was entitled to a proper Islamic burial. However, I don't believe much of anything that comes from any Government Agency without sufficient proof and therefore I want to see the photos and would actually prefer the video of the raid is released as well.

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