Reportedly, the CIA has at least 52 gruesome photos as well as recordings of Osama bin Laden's death.
And now, all of that may be available for public viewing.
After Osama's death, Judicial Watch brought a lawsuit demanding the release of the pics due to the Freedom of Information Act. Former director of the Justice Department, Dan Metcalfe, echoes this, stating that there are some parts of the records the government is "legally required to disclose"
The CIA believes
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Hollywood is kinda split on Barack Obama right now, so much that the Prez is sending former Bahamas Ambassador Nicole Avant to help set up fundraisers and meet and greet opportunities for the President, First Lady and other members of the administration.
Unfortunately, even some of those who were adamant supporters 3 years ago have even started voicing their opposition to what he's done in office.
Take Matt Damon for example:
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According to Bilal Ahmed, his appearance was used in the Russell Crowe film, The Next Three Days, without his permission.
In the film, he claims his appearance is presented as a fugitive with the likes of Osama Bin Laden during the trailer and at least four times in the film.
Because of this "appropriation of name or likeness and publicity that places him in a false light," Ahmed feels he is suffering unemployment as he believes many will not hire him due to what he feels is his new reputation.
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Watch out, Kathryn! You've got some competition.
Back in July, we learned that Kathryn Bigelow's Navy SEAL Team 6/Osama bin Laden movie was in the works, and it was set for release on October 12th, 2012 by Sony Pictures.
Now, we're hearing that agents are shopping around Chuck Pfaffer's new book entitled SEAL Target Geronimo: The Inside Story of the Mission to Kill Osama Bin Laden, and it sounds like A LOT of interest by studios and producers is expected.
The book comes out
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It was Michael Moore vs. Elisabeth Hasselbeck on Wednesday's broadcast of The View.
The two argued over whether or not Osama bin Laden deserved a trial over his horrifying acts on 9-11-01.
Moore said that bin Laden had been "executed" and that America had "lost something of our soul" by not giving him a fair trial for his crimes.
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Two weeks of "vacation," and David Letterman is back to hosting The Late Show!
The comedian and crew took a hiatus because death threats targeting him were found on a jihadist website.
Umar al Basrawi/Al-Basrawi, an islamic extremist, wanted Letterman's "tongue cut" because of a joke involving Osama bin Laden and Ilyas Kashmiri:
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Earlier we told you that Islamic extremist Umar al Basrawi used an online forum to threaten to "cut the tongue" of David Letterman for a joke he made about Osama bin Laden and Ilyas Kashmiri on his CBS talk show.
Now the FBI is getting involved in the case and are looking into the TWELVE HUNDRED postings Al-Basrawi made on these websites.
Not only did he threaten Letterman's tongue for the jokes he made, but he also wrote:
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