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And Not A Bit of Due Process

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According to news reports, Osama bin Laden has been killed:

(CBS News) 

The founder and spiritual figurehead for al Qaeda, Osama bin Laden, is dead.

Several officials confirmed the report to CBS News, and say that his body is currently in U.S. hands.

CBS News correspondent David Martin reports that bin Laden was killed by forces in Afghanistan.

The long-lost terrorist mastermind had eluded an aggressive hunt by U.S. authorities for nearly ten years since the attacks on the World Trade Center in New York and the Pentagon in Washington, D.C. on Sept. 11, 2001.

Former State Department spokesman P.J. Crowley said on Twitter: "#BinLaden's death does not eliminate the threat from #alQaeda, but it is hard to see anyone playing the same organizational role he did."

Congratulations to President Obama for giving bin Laden all the due process he deserved.

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__Go SEALS & now on to al Zawahiri…Please let us not trust the Pakistanis! Not to stereotype, but when I served in Afghan-land as recently as 2007, we learned to trust the Pakistanis 'as far as we could throw them'.
__My Afghani (Pashto & Uzbek) translators felt the exact way. Ask our friends the Brits about Pakistani intents—yes Bill O'Reilly our FRIENDS the BRITS. Remember the London Subway bombing of 2005, and the many failed attempts in the UK? Pakistanis, near-exclusively.

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