Permalink CNN, CBS confirm: No Bin Laden death photos to be released

Washington (CNN) -- Despite mounting pressure from some lawmakers and public opinion, President Barack Obama on Wednesday decided not to release photos of Osama bin Laden's body as evidence of his death, White House Press Secretary Jay Carney said.

The decision settles the debate over whether to release the images, though Obama's choice is sure to garner criticism. A senior Democratic official close to the White House told CNN that the president was "never in favor" of releasing the photos, even as CIA chief Leon Panetta made it sound like their release was imminent. Obama felt that releasing the photos was unnecessary given the fact that so few credible voices have questioned the death, and that the conspiracy theorists would never be satisfied, the official said.

[Tum, non habemus corpus. We're not surprised. In all probability, Osama bin Laden died years ago. Hopefully we'll now be spared the pathetic US government forgeries (like the one above) that we've been treated to since the 911 conspiracy a decade ago. - However Pakistan will now be destroyed...]

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