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Obama Says No To Osama bin Laden Death Photo

President Obama’s decision not to release the Osama bin Laden death photo is alarming. You had CIA Director Leon Panetta just yesterday saying that the photo would eventually be released. War is a dirty business, and in the Arab world especially, the rumor mill has always run rampant. Not releasing the photo will only heighten conspiracy theories that the NAVY SEALs did not kill bin Laden. Thank you to the nearly 1,500 people who voted in our Facebook poll yesterday. By a clear margin you called on the Obama Administration to release the photo. Unfortunately, it fell on deaf ears.

UPDATE 5/5: Citizens United Files FOIA Request on Bin Laden Pictures


  
    
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