“It may be necessary to release photos to convince the world that Osama bin Laden is dead”.
This is not a voice on the streets of New York City. This is the demand from Senator Joe Lieberman, I-Conn., chairman of the Senate Homeland Security and Government Affairs Committee.
“Unless there’s an acknowledgment by people in al-Qaida that bin Laden is dead, then it may be necessary to release the pictures, as gruesome as they undoubtedly will be because he’s been shot in the head, to quell any doubts that this somehow is a ruse that the American government has carried out,” Lieberman told a news briefing.
“So my own instinct is that it’s probably necessary to release those pictures, but I will respect whatever decision the president makes … Based on information that I’ve received, I am absolutely convinced that the man who was killed yesterday was Osama bin Laden.”
Source: Stamford Advocate
The independent senator Joe Lieberman can not be accused of being a conspiracy theorist. It is simply plain logic, that a captured dead body is presented to the local police officer in charge, before the final death certificate is issued.
Obama’s victory speeches set aside:
The death of Osama Bin Laden is not a private TV-party affair for the staff in the White House.
We who like to work by the protocols of death and burial, are still waiting for the evidence from Washington.
Written by Ivar