COLUMBIA (WACH) -- There has been some conversation on whether or not the U.S. government should release photos of Osama bin Laden's dead body.
Some are saying it would put the issue to rest and limit the chance for any conspiracy theories. Others say releasing the pictures isn't necessary.
Sen. Lindsey Graham is urging U.S. officials to give proof that bin Laden was actually killed.
"I know the Geneva Convention very well," Sen. Lindsey Graham told Fox News Radio Monday, "but this is a circumstance where I believe it's not a violation of the convention, it would be in our national interests to make a case, documented case, that this was Osama bin Laden, he is dead." Read more here.
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The White House hasn't decided if the photos will be released.
Bin Laden's body has been buried at sea, but counterterrorism advisor to the President, John Brennan says the office will do everything it can to make sure there is no denial that bin Laden is dead.
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