What's Your Verdict: Should Obama Release Photos Of Bin Laden's Dead Body?

Does the public have a right to see photos of Osama Bin Laden dead? Vote here.
3:00 | 08/22/12

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I'm I -- to -- and I covered legal issues for ABC news. There 52 pictures and videos of Osama bin Laden after he was killed should we be able to see them. The pictures depict the fatal bullet wound to the head and the burial at sea but so -- the Obama administration has refused to release them. -- it's not the president has been shy about putting up -- successful mission. He meant -- on the campaign trail and in campaign ads. It was the ultimate test of leadership. Victory -- He released a picture of his top advisors watching the mission unfold in real time. We've seen video snatched from the compound as well as pages from did not inspire. We've even seen declassified model of the compound that was used to plan the attacks. But the president has drawn the line at least in the pictures and videos he says it would damage national security and that our enemies can use it as a propaganda tool. A public interest group called judicial watch has -- to federal court to get the materials released they -- the public has a right to see them. What do you think do you think the administration has done enough to release information about the mission. -- you think the public has the right to see the pictures and videos but dead Osama bin Laden. What's your verdict.

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