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2nd May 2011
PITY WE DON’T KNOW IF ANY OF IT IS OSAMA BIN LADEN’S BLOOD
From the compound where the terrorist leader was killed ABC News has this slideshow of photos from inside the “kill zone”.
Unfortunately, there is no evidence from these pictures that it was Osama bin Laden’s blood.
John Brennan, chief counter-terrorism adviser said tonight that the US authorities are still deciding on whether or not to release some visual evidence.
What’s to decide?
Oh, I think I’ve got it. It might upset (some) Muslims.
But we are now told that a “new bin Laden tape, taken BEFORE his death” will be released soon. [SkyNews Live]
Picture from inside the compound (CTVNews)
It seems “Geronimo” was killed at 3:55pmEST, which is 8:55pmBST. Just over 25 hours ago.
President Obama was watching all of this operation in real time from a distance. He probably saw OBL’s wife standing in front of her husband to try to protect him. She died in that attempt.
As the US authorities and our papers put it – “Osama bin Laden hid behind a woman, who was killed.”
So President Obama saw exactly who died. So should the rest of us. Not just a shroud- covered body sliding into the sea. We need to see the uncovered body.
Then I’ll go off and write about something else. I promise.
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