NJ residents split on photos of dead bin Laden

While the Obama Administration grapples with whether it should release photos of a dead Osama bin Laden, residents here in the Garden State seem to

EDISON - While the Obama Administration grapples with whether it should release photos of a dead Osama bin Laden, residents here in the Garden State seem to be divided on it, too.

Some say they feel the photos of the world's most wanted terrorist, who was shot twice by Navy SEALs, may be too gruesome to release.

Many people say the pictures will bring closure and silence doubters who are in disbelief of bin Laden's abrupt death and burial at sea. Others say that even photos won't be proof positive for conspiracy theorists.

The White House says DNA testing has positively confirmed the death of bin Laden.

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