Ben Laden Photos Remain in Obama's Private Collection
- uploaded: Jan 15, 2013
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Skeptical-sounding federal judges on Thursday considered whether the public can see pictures of terror mastermind Osama bin Laden, taken after he had been shot dead by U.S. Navy SEALs in a raid on his hideout two years ago.
The 52 pictures, some described as "graphic" and "gruesome" by a top CIA official, highlight a Freedom of Information Act fight that climaxes just as Hollywood's version of bin Laden's death hits movie theaters. But while Hollywood's depiction has attracted both critical acclaim and political heat, and was accomplished with the CIA's help, the real world pictures snapped by elite commandos seem destined to remain secret.
"They're telling us it's a risk . . . that Americans will die if we release these documents," Judge Merrick Garland said Thursday, adding that "when the government tells us this is likely to lead to death, shouldn't we defer to that (even) more than when they say it will result in the release of secret information?"
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