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Reuters acquired pictures taken after the attack on Osama bin Laden’s compound, including disturbing images of some of those killed. The pictures, including some of the crashed helicopter before and after it was destroyed, were acquired from an unidentified stringer.

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Photos show three dead men at bin Laden raid house

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By Chris Allbritton

ISLAMABAD | Wed May 4, 2011 7:49pm EDT

(Reuters) – Photographs acquired by Reuters and taken about an hour after the U.S. assault on Osama bin Laden’s compound in Abbottabad in Pakistan show three dead men lying in pools of blood, but no weapons.

The photos, taken by a Pakistani security official who entered the compound after the early morning raid on Monday, show two men dressed in traditional Pakistani garb and one in a t-shirt, with blood streaming from their ears, noses and mouths.

The official, who wished to remain anonymous, sold the pictures to Reuters.

None of the men looked like bin Laden. President Barack Obama decided not to release photos of his body because it could have incited violence and used as an al Qaeda propaganda tool.

“I think that given the graphic nature of these photos, it would create some national security risk,” Obama told the CBS program “60 Minutes.”

Based on the time-stamps on the pictures, the earliest one was dated May 2, 2:30 a.m., approximately an hour after the completion of the raid in which bin Laden was killed.

Other photos, taken hours later at between 5:21 a.m. and 6:43 a.m. show the outside of the trash-strewn compound and the wreckage of the helicopter the United States abandoned. The tail assembly is unusual, and could indicate some kind of previously unknown stealth capability.

Reuters is confident of the authenticity of the purchased images because details in the photos appear to show a wrecked helicopter from the assault, matching details from photos taken independently on Monday.

U.S. forces lost a helicopter in the raid due to a mechanical problem and later destroyed it.

The pictures are also taken in sequence and are all the same size in pixels, indicating they have not been tampered with. The time and date in the photos as recorded in the digital file’s metadata match lighting conditions for the area as well as the time and date imprinted on the image itself.

The close-cropped pictures do not show any weapons on the dead men, but the photos are taken in medium close-up and often crop out the men’s hands and arms.

One photo shows a computer cable and what looks like a child’s plastic green and orange water pistol lying under the right shoulder of one of the dead men. A large pool of blood has formed under his head.

A second shows another man with a streak of blood running from his nose across his right cheek and a large band of blood across his chest.

A third man, in a T-shirt, is on his back in a large pool of blood which appears to be from a head wound.

U.S. acknowledgment on Tuesday that bin Laden was unarmed when shot dead had raised accusations Washington had violated international law. The exact circumstances of his death remained unclear and could yet fuel controversy, especially in the Muslim world.

Pakistan faced national embarrassment, a leading Islamabad newspaper said, in explaining how the world’s most-wanted man was able to live for years in the military garrison town of Abbottabad, just north of the capital.

Pakistan blamed worldwide intelligence lapses for a failure to detect bin Laden, while Washington worked to establish whether its ally had sheltered the al Qaeda leader, which Islamabad vehemently denies.

(Editing by Jon Boyle.)

WARNING: GRAPHIC PHOTOGRAPHS OF DEATH AND INJURY BELOW

Photographs acquired by Reuters and taken about an hour after the U.S. assault on Osama bin Laden’s compound in Abbottabad in Pakistan show three dead men lying in pools of blood, but no weapons.

The photos, taken by a Pakistani security official who entered the compound after the early morning raid on Monday, show two men dressed in traditional Pakistani garb and one in a t-shirt, with blood streaming from their ears, noses and mouths.

Reuters Releases Osama bin Laden Compound Raid ‘Death Scene’ Photos (Graphic) [UPDATE: Reuters Moved Photos – Not Pulled]

Edit: Note to all returning visitors; Reuters had NOT edited their original article (at time of my last update, now removed) noting the move. (10:25 pm still no sign of an update)

All photos are posted at bottom of post.

The photo is not OBL, it is of an unidentified male from the scene. Photo below news excerpt.

ISLAMABAD (Reuters) – Photographs acquired by Reuters and taken about an hour after the U.S. assault on Osama bin Laden’s compound in Abbottabad in Pakistan show three dead men lying in pools of blood, but no weapons.

The photos, taken by a Pakistani security official who entered the compound after the early morning raid on Monday, show two men dressed in traditional Pakistani garb and one in a t-shirt, with blood streaming from their ears, noses and mouths.

The official, who wished to remain anonymous, sold the pictures to Reuters.

None of the men looked like bin Laden. President Barack Obama decided not to release photos of his body because it could have incited violence and used as an al Qaeda propaganda tool, (as if the death of bin Laden wouldn’t be –Ed.) the White House said on Wednesday.

Based on the time-stamps on the pictures, the earliest one was dated May 2, 2:30 a.m., approximately an hour after the completion of the raid in which bin Laden was killed.
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Reuters is confident of the authenticity of the purchased images because details in the photos appear to show a wrecked helicopter from the assault, matching details from photos taken independently on Monday.
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The pictures are also taken in sequence and are all the same size in pixels, indicating they have not been tampered with. The time and date in the photos as recorded in the digital file’s metadata match lighting conditions for the area as well as the time and date imprinted on the image itself.

The close-cropped pictures do not show any weapons on the dead men, but the photos are taken in medium close-up and often crop out the men’s hands and arms. >>>

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Reuters Defends Decision To Publish Bin Laden Compound Photos

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NEW YORK — The White House isn’t releasing photos of Osama bin Laden’s dead body, but that didn’t stop Reuters from publishing several gruesome photos Wednesday showing the aftermath of the U.S. raid on bin Laden’s compound in Pakistan and sending them to clients of the wire service.

Reuters defended that decision in a statement to The Huffington Post.

“As this is a story of global importance, Reuters chose to share these photographs with its media clients and allow them to make editorial decisions on how they were used,” a spokesperson said.

The news organization declined to comment further on photos showing three, unidentified men lying in pools of blood. (WARNING: the photographs can be viewed here but they are very graphic.)

But in an article accompanying the photos, Reuters said it purchased the photographs from a Pakistani security official who entered the compound about an hour after the U.S. raid took place that killed the al Qaeda leader. The official chose to remain anonymous.

“Reuters is confident of the authenticity of the purchased images because details in the photos appear to show a wrecked helicopter from the assault, matching details from photos taken independently on Monday,” the article read.

During Wednesday’s press briefing, White House Press Secretary Jay Carney read from a transcript of an interview Obama gave earlier in the day to “60 Minutes,” whereby the president explained the reasoning behind not releasing a photo of bin Laden’s corpse.

“We don’t need to spike the football, and I think that given the graphic nature of these photos, it would create some national security risk,” Obama told “60 Minutes” correspondent Steve Kroft.

The White House declined to comment on the Reuters photos

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2011/05/04/bin-laden-dead-photo_n_857772.html

Reuters Buys Blood-Soaked Bin Laden Raid Photos, Publishes Them

Published: May 04, 2011 @ 3:44 pm
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By Dylan Stableford

Editor’s note: This story contains photos that some readers may find disturbing.

President Obama and the White House may not be releasing the grisly photos of Osama Bin Laden’s corpse, but other gruesome photos purportedly taken during the U.S. raid on Bin Laden’s compound in Abbottabad have been leaked to the press.

A set of images — which apparently show several of Bin Laden’s aides unarmed and lying in pools of blood — were published by Reuters on Wednesday.

Reuters said it bought the images from a “Pakistani security official” who took them about an hour after the raid. There are no pictures of Bin Laden, whose body had already been seized by U.S. operatives.

“The photos [were] taken by a Pakistani security official who entered the compound after the early morning raid on Monday,” Reuters said. “The official, who wished to remain anonymous, sold the pictures. Reuters is confident of the authenticity of the purchased images because details in the photos appear to show a wrecked helicopter from the assault, matching details from photos taken independently on Monday.”

Reuters did not disclose what it paid the unnamed Pakistani official for the images. When contacted by TheWrap, a spokesperson for Reuters would not comment further. (One small Reuters photo is at left. Others follow on the second page. Warning: They are extremely graphic in nature.)

Also Read: White House Won’t Release Osama Bin Laden Death Photos

Earlier Wednesday, Obama told “60 Minutes” on Wednesday that the White House had decided not to release the photos, some of which apparently show Bin Laden with a “gaping gunshot wound to the head.”

“It is important to make sure that very graphic photos of somebody who was shot in the head are not floating around as an incitement to additional violence or as a propaganda tool,” Obama told CBS News’ Steve Croft in an interview that will air Sunday. “We don’t trot out this stuff as trophies.”

“We discussed this internally,” Obama said. “Keep in mind, we are absolutely certain that this was him. We’ve done DNA sampling and testing. And so there is no doubt that we killed Osama Bin Laden.”

The president added: “We don’t need to spike the football. And I think that given the graphic nature of these photos it would create some national security risk.”

Also Read: Forget the Death Photos: Anderson Cooper Doesn’t Want Bin Laden’s Name Spoken Ever Again

The decision followed some debate among senior White House officials, who were split on what to do with the photos.

“The bottom line is we got Bin Laden,” CIA director Leon Panetta said on Tuesday. “I think we have to reveal to the rest of the world the fact that we were able to get him and kill him.”

Reuters Buys Blood-Soaked Bin Laden Raid Photos, Publishes Them

By Dylan Stableford

The Reuters photos purportedly from the Bin-Laden compound follow. Warning: They are graphic.

The unidentified body of a man is seen after a raid by US Navy Seal commandos on the compound where al-Qaida leader Osama bin Laden was killed in Abbottabad

Unidentified body of a man is seen after a raid by US Navy Seal commandos on the compound where al-Qaida leader Osama bin Laden was killed in Abbottabad

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Reuters has released photos of the Navy Seal attack against Osama Bin Laden. The picture released so far shows the the compound the US government claims is Osama Bin Laden’s. There is also pictures of three men sitting in a pool of blood.

From Reuters:

SLAMABAD (Reuters) – Photographs acquired by Reuters and taken about an hour after the U.S. assault on Osama bin Laden’s compound in Abbottabad in Pakistan show three dead men lying in pools of blood, but no weapons.
The photos, taken by a Pakistani security official who entered the compound after the early morning raid on Monday, show two men dressed in traditional Pakistani garb and one in a t-shirt, with blood streaming from their ears, noses and mouths.
The official, who wished to remain anonymous, sold the pictures to Reuters.
None of the men looked like bin Laden. President Barack Obamadecided not to release photos of his body because it could have incited violence and used as an al Qaeda propaganda tool, the White House said on Wednesday.
Based on the time-stamps on the pictures, the earliest one was dated May 2, 2:30 a.m., approximately an hour after the completion of the raid in which bin Laden was killed.
Other photos, taken hours later at between 5:21 a.m. and 6:43 a.m. show the outside of the trash-strewn compound and the wreckage of the helicopter the United States abandoned. The tail assembly is unusual, and could indicate some kind of previously unknown stealth capability.
Reuters is confident of the authenticity of the purchased images because details in the photos appear to show a wrecked helicopter from the assault, matching details from photos taken independently on Monday.
U.S. forces lost a helicopter in the raid due to a mechanical problem and later destroyed it.
The pictures are also taken in sequence and are all the same size in pixels, indicating they have not been tampered with. The time and date in the photos as recorded in the digital file’s metadata match lighting conditions for the area as well as the time and date imprinted on the image itself.
The close-cropped pictures do not show any weapons on the dead men, but the photos are taken in medium close-up and often crop out the men’s hands and arms.
One photo shows a computer cable and what looks like a child’s plastic green and orange water pistol lying under the right shoulder of one of the dead men. A large pool of blood has formed under his head.
A second shows another man with a streak of blood running from his nose across his right cheek and a large band of blood across his chest.
A third man, in a T-shirt, is on his back in a large pool of blood which appears to be from a head wound.
U.S. acknowledgment on Tuesday that bin Laden was unarmed when shot dead had raised accusations Washington had violated international law. The exact circumstances of his death remained unclear and could yet fuel controversy, especially in the Muslim world.
Pakistan faced national embarrassment, a leading Islamabad newspaper said, in explaining how the world’s most-wanted man was able to live for years in the military garrison town of Abbottabad, just north of the capital.
Pakistan blamed worldwide intelligence lapses for a failure to detect bin Laden, while Washington worked to establish whether its ally had sheltered the al Qaeda leader, which Islamabad vehemently denies.
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Bin Laden Death Scene Photos, US Troops Stationed Near Bin Laden Compound in 2008

May 4, 2011

By LBG1

Was ABC news video from Bin Laden compound ‘kill site’ edited before broadcast to the public, and, who started the fires at the compound during the raid?


[Photo of mysterious helicopter published by Al Jazeera]

The latest from the Guardian, Wikileaks documents reveal U.S. Forces were stationed within a few 100 yards from Bin Laden’s Pakistan compound in 2008.

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US forces were stationed just a few hundred yards from Osama Bin Laden’s Abbottabad compound in October 2008, according to reports within the WikiLeaks embassy cables.

The revelation that US forces were so close to the world’s most wanted man in 2008 comes after material from the Guantánamo files suggested the US may have received the intelligence that led them to Bin Laden as early as 2008.

The US soldiers were due to perform a routine posting “training the trainers” of Pakistan’s 70,000-strong federal military unit, the Frontier Corps.

Abbottabad is home to the Pakistan Military Academy, the country’s version of Sandhurst in Britain, and trains officers from across the nation. The academy is streets away from where Bin Laden was tracked down and killed.

Published at Reuters, graphic photos of three anonymous men purportedly killed during the Bin Laden raid.

The news Bin Laden’s 12-yr-old daughter told Pakistani authorities Bin Laden was unarmed and shot dead in front of his family while other sources claim Bin Laden was dragged out of his home then shot dead in a Special Forces helicopter.

The mystery of what happened in the early hours of Sunday morning in Abbottabad, Pakistan, at Bin Laden’s compound deepens after Reuters obtained photos from a Pakistan security official who allegedly arrived at the compound within an hour after U.S. Special Forces departed in helicopters with Bin Laden’s dead body. Left behind, one of the helicopters which was allegedly destroyed by the Special Forces team. According to Reuters, photos of the helicopter reveal the ‘tail’ of the helicopter was ‘unusual and could indicate some kind of previously unknown stealth capability’.


[Helicopter shown in CNN News report on Bin Laden Compound Raid]


[Photo of mysterious helicopter published by Al Jazeera]

Over at Popsci the report the helicopter that crashed at Bin Laden’s compound was a ‘secret stealth’ helicopter’. The Al Jazzeera photo indicates a helicopter too small to carry a large contingent of Special Forces.


[Photo: Layout of Bin Laden Compound]

In a Pakistani news report, video of a fire at the compound. Another video shot by a local resident revealed several fires at the compound.


[Photo: Fire at Bin Laden Compound, Source, GEO News]

A second video shot by a local resident using a cell phone revealed several fires in the compound. (Link to Fires inside Osama bin Laden’s compound)

A helicopter crash was reported on Sunday by the Pakistani press who omitted key details-the Pakistani news report didn’t connect the dots to the U.S. Special Forces raid but gave the ‘time’ when the helicopter crash was reported, the ‘wee hours’, the location, ‘on PMA Kakul road’ and report, the area had been ‘cordoned off’.

Which leads to questions of:

When did Pakistan authorities arrive to investigate the ‘helicopter crash’ and ‘cordoned off’ the ‘scene’? One wonders if the local Pakistani police arrived within minutes of the crash only to discover the Bin Laden compound swarming with U.S. Special Forces and other helicopters?

In a CBS News raw footage video (link) what was the large object covered with tarp being removed from the Bin Laden compound the morning after the U.S. Special Forces raid?

Foreign journalists were taken on a tour of the compound and allowed to videotape the graphic ‘bloody’ scenes, in an ABC News report the headline, ‘Inside the Kill Site’.


[Photo: Bin Laden Compound]

According to a ABC News report, the downstairs first bedroom, ‘full of blood’, multiple people were killed in that room’.

We’ve posted up the ABC News live from the Bin Laden Compound report which, when you watch the video, had ‘glitches’ explained by George Stephanopoulos as ‘remind everyone there have been audio hits there for just a moment’. ‘Audio hits’ which looked like a bit of ‘editing’ in both the video and audio feed. Missing from the ABC news video, footage of the destroyed helicopter which may have already been carted away by Pakistani security forces. An ‘audio hit’ which begins with a description from the ABC reporter of ‘to the left where the helicopters came down, hovered, shooting at the com…….’.

Link to CNN Report video which includes the official White House version of what occurred during the Special Forces raid, a version which has been, in part, debunked by other news sources, the Obama administration walking some of their claims. For more details on what, so far, has been debunked the link to Bin Laden Shot Dead in U.S. Special Forces Helicopter: Sources.

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Skeptics Question Osama Bin Laden Death, Asking for Proof

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As elated crowds celebrated the death of Osama bin Laden after Navy SEALs killed the al-Qaida chief in a weekend raid in Pakistan some are asking, “Where’s the proof?”

Photos depicting a bloodied and bruised face appearing to be that of bin Laden began appearing on Twitter and Facebook last night soon after news of his death spread across the Internet. According to Reuters, an archive photo of bin Laden at a news conference proves that image was a fake. Now people are asking to see the evidence proving bin Laden is dead.

“We have released a tremendous amount of information to date,” Obama’s top counterterrorism adviser John Brennan said. “At the same time we don’t want to do anything that is going to compromise our ability to be as successful the next time one of these guys needs to be taken off the battlefield.”

PHOTO: Vehicles are parked inside the compound of a house where it is  believed al-Qaida leader Osama bin Laden lived in Abbottabad, Pakistan, May 2, 2011.
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As for the releasing of death photographs, Brennan said that is “something to be determined.” But he added they’re going to do everything they can to prevent denials of bin Laden’s death.

Public Demands Proof

From Pakistan to the U.S. people expressed their skepticism about the death of the man who is perhaps the most infamous terrorist ever known.

“I won’t believe it until I see it with my own eyes. Like Sadam I wouldn’t have believed it until I saw his body,” tweeted MaryGlazerOut.

Eric Solochier, 22, a senior at Penn State University said his dad was one of the firefighters who helped clean up New York City the day following 9/11, so bin Laden’s death would be especially meaningful to him — he wants to believe it, but he’s not convinced.

“There has to be some sort of visual or DNA test. You can obviously photoshop anything you want,” said Solochier. “They should submit video. It would be somewhat gruesome but it’s something we should be able to see. ”

A senior at the University of Texas who wished to remain anonymous because of his participation in ROTC said that although bin Laden’s death is a blow to al-Qaeda, he still finds it hard to believe.

“It’s been nearly six years since we have heard a great deal about him or his potential whereabouts, and rumors of bin Laden’s death (even from natural causes) extend as far back as December of 2001,” he said.

It may have been those very rumors that led Obama to pass up an opportunity to bomb bin Laden’s compound. As ABC News’ Jake Tapper reported earlier today, Obama recognized that kind of destruction would leave no trace of bin Laden’s death.

Instead, Obama opted for a far more difficult mission with a Navy SEAL team, and now the White House is grappling with whether to release the DNA evidence and photographs that they worked so hard to obtain.

Conspiracy Theories: Public Questions Bin Laden’s Death

In the president’s speech last night, he avoided any mention of DNA or photographic evidence. But today, officials in the Obama administration told ABC News “There’s no doubt it’s him.

Officials said today they are “99.9 percent” certain that bin Laden was shot dead in Pakistan. They also cited CIA photo analysis matching physical features such as bin Laden’s height.

Any pictures of bin Laden would undoubtedly be gruesome, one of the reasons why the White House hasn’t made them public. But the photos might be released in modified form — just as they were in July 2003 when the U.S. government released photographs of Saddam Hussein’s dead sons Uday and Qusay Hussein only after they had been touched up by a mortician.

DNA Evidence and Its Role in Terrorism Investigations

A U.S. intelligence official told ABC News bin Laden’s DNA was compared with DNA from several of his relatives.

Intelligence agencies have come to rely on DNA evidence as part of their anti-terrorism operations. A 2007 report prepared by the Center for Technology and National Security Policy states the FBI has a large inventory of DNA samples, which was how DNA testing confirmed in October 2006 that Muhsin Musa Matwalli Atwah, an Al Qaeda operative wanted by the United States in connection with the 1998 U.S. Embassy bombings, had been killed in an air strike by Pakistani forces near the border with Afghanistan.

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And if a relative isn’t readily available in the U.S., how does the U.S. go about getting DNA from non-U.S. citizens? The report explains, “DNA samples from the terrorist’s maternal family must be collected abroad. For this, foreign governments have been enlisted to help collect samples that can be compared with DNA from individuals captured or killed.”

Brandon Garrett, a law professor at the University of Virginia and author of the book “Convicting the Innocent: Where Criminal Prosecutions Go Wrong,” said bin Laden also could have also been identified via physical evidence, for example, a piece of clothing he sweated on, his hair — if they locate the same profile in multiple pieces of evidence then they can be confident they have identified him.

The public’s interest in this particular brand of proof has become more prominent, especially now that DNA evidence is regularly featured in crime shows such as “Law & Order” or Showtime’s “Dexter.”

“DNA is now the gold standard for identifying individuals,” Garrett said. “Twenty years ago would we have demanded a fingerprint or bloodtest or comparison of the teeth? Maybe not.”

Although today’s public wants to hear about DNA evidence in addition to photographic evidence, the public need for “proof” remains the same as it did 50 years ago. After Adolf Hitler’s suicide in April 1945, conspiracy theories for years suggested Hitler was alive and in hiding. The Russian secret services came forward with a skull and jawbones. DNA results eventually showed the skull was that of a female.

Just two years ago the History Channel aired a series called “Hitler’s Escape,” suggesting that without a body the potential for speculation is seemingly endless.

No doubt the bin Laden conspiracy theories will continue as people wait for visual proof of his death — no matter how gruesome.

Edna B. Foa, a professor of clinical psychology at the University of Pennsylvania and Director of the Center for the Treatment and Study of Anxiety, says it’s not surprising given the current political climate. After all, she said, “people are suspicious Obama wasn’t born in the United States.”

But a photo or DNA evidence provides little comfort. The terrorist network is called that for a reason — it’s so broad and far reaching that the death of bin Laden won’t likely calm the public’s fears, especially because there have already been so many rumors about his capture. Now that he has been caught, 10 years later, “It’s not such a big deal in terms of influencing how people feel about being taken care of,” Foa said.

Solochier, whose father helped clean up New York City after 9/11, says seeing a photo wouldn’t provide closure, “But it’s a huge step in the right direction.”

The Associated Press and ABC News on Campus reporters Danielle Waugh and Ashley Jennings contributed to this report.

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