Rep. King to view pictures of dead bin Laden

Seaford Congressman Peter King is expected to see picture proof that the United States killed bin Laden tomorrow.King is one of a select few lawmakers

WOODBURY - Seaford Congressman Peter King is expected to see picture proof that the United States killed bin Laden tomorrow.

King is one of a select few lawmakers who will see the photos of bin Laden's body.

Members of the House Intelligence Committee have been invited to view them in a secure room at CIA headquarters in Langley.

The White House has decided not to release the gruesome pictures of bin Laden to the public.

President Obama won't release bin Laden death photosWhite House contemplates release of bin Laden photos

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