Update: President Obama has decided against releasing photographic evidence of Osama Bin Laden's death amid concerns the images could be inflammatory.
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A photo made its way about the internet claiming to be photographic proof of the terrorist's demise. That myth has since been debunked. It turns out conspiracy theorists have been using the Photoshopped image for years.
President Obama's administration claims to have buried Bin Laden's body at sea, but many can't believe the government would so quickly get rid of this war trophy. Many citizens are now wondering where the proof is if the body is gone. And after such controversy over Obama's birth certificate, you can bet these citizens aren't going to back down.
The president's administration has reportedly been toiling over the benefits of releasing a photo to quell skepticism versus the possibility of further angering provoking the Muslim community. So tell us, what do you think the government should do?