By the time you read this column, the big question posed, dissected and spun by the media and requiring a response from the Obama administration will have been overtaken by events. The photos of the late Osama bin Laden's will have been deemed appropriate for release or not, by proper authority or, worst case, leaked by fools excusing themselves under the guise of "the people's right to know" or merely seeking notoriety.
J. KARL MILLER: A civilized nation does not need photos of bin Laden's death
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