Former New York City mayor and potential Republican presidential candidate Rudy Giuliani disagrees with President Barack Obama’s decision not to release the photos of Osama bin Laden’s body, Politico
reports. Obama announced his decision yesterday, arguing that doing so could lead to revenge attacks against Americans and wouldn’t convince non-elievers of the terrorist kingpin’s death anyway.
Giuliani, who was mayor of the Big Apple when bin Laden’s al-Qaida terrorists hijacked airplanes and killed nearly 3,000 people when they crashed them into the World Trade Center on Sept. 11, 2001, begs to differ.
“The pictures are eventually going to get out, and then you are going to relive all the intensity of this a month from now or two months from now or three months from now," Giuliani said in a speech at a homeland security conference in Grand Rapids, Mich. "Why not put them out now and satisfy at least the rational people who have questions about the identity of bin Laden?"
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