Tuesday, May 3, 2011

DNA samples show that Bin Laden is dead but the U.S. not provide images

New York. .- The U.S. government has no plans to release pictures of the corpse of Osama Bin Laden not to encourage his followers to iconography of the leader of the terrorist network Al Qaeda, whose death has yet been practically confirmed through DNA analysis and testing facial recognition, according to the U.S.

network CBS. Genetic analysis in the body of Bin Laden confirmed in a "fairly reliable" the identity of the deceased, according to a source told Reuters the U.S. government official on condition of anonymity. Thus, Washington would prefer not to disclose images of Bin Laden knowing the negative reaction it would provoke some "skeptics," the CBS.

In the case of Bin Laden, the U.S. government believes that a photo of his body instantly became a "recruiting tool" that would feed the "Islamist Web sites, was quoted as saying.

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