Skip to comments.Peter King: Invite victim's families to see Osama bin Laden photos
Posted on 05/14/2011 12:59:51 AM PDT by 2ndDivisionVet
Rep. Peter King arrived in the parking lot at CIA headquarters in Langley, Va., at 7 a.m. on Friday seeking a sense of satisfaction.
By the time he left an hour later, he had found it.
For about 20 minutes, the Homeland Security Committee chairman sat in a room in the agencys congressional affairs office, paging through an unusual photo album: images of a man, dead, displayed side-by-side with pictures of Osama bin Laden, alive, taken from similar angles.
After seeing them, Im convinced that it was bin Laden, and hes dead, the New York Republican told POLITICO Friday, soon after returning to Capitol Hill. Im sure it was the same guy: We got him.
King is one of the first members of Congress to see the photos, after quickly accepting an offer thats been extended to members of committees that deal with national security.
The congressman said he flipped through the plastic-covered photos three or four times, doing his own comparisons of bin Ladens nose and mouth and just taking in what he saw before him.....
(Excerpt) Read more at politico.com ...
AMEN AMEN AMEN. I am sick to death of politicians treating 9-11 like a personal attack on simply select folks and pandering to them to make themselves look hyper compassionate.
We were all attacked. We have all paid tremendously for it. We all deserve what any of us deserve.
How I have learned to despise this man.
A Klinton suckup. A never ending demand for more and more and more money for his constituents.
And now this.
Why would I want any concession at all for murdering muslim dogs.?
My bad, I misread the headline so please ignore my last sentence.
I stand by the rest.
All Americans are victims of Osama’s terrorism.
Release the pictures, and let the citizenry decide whether to look upon them, or not.
Peter just let everyone view the photos. Thats the solution.
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