WOODBURY - Dramatic new details are still coming out about the day Osama bin Laden was killed.
Officials are contemplating whether or not the pictures of bin Laden should be released but many people want proof that he is dead.
White House officials say they worry that anti-U.S. sentiment would be inflamed as a result of showing the graphic image.
Today, CIA Director Leon Panetta says a photo will most likely be released to quiet any doubts of bin Laden's death. Officials released video of inside the compound in Pakistan where Osama bin Laden was found and killed by an elite crew of Navy SEALs.
White House officials say the al-Qaida leader was not armed, but did put up resistance when U.S. forces entered the mansion.
Questions are also surrounding how the U.S. found bin Laden.
Long Island Congressman Peter King is claiming this morning that officials waterboarded 9/11 mastermind Khalid Sheikh Mohammed to get information out of him about the courier who led forces to bin Laden's mansion.
The Navy SEALs team that pulled off the historic raid in Pakistan has returned back home.
The team briefed officials after touching down at Andrews Air Force Base outside Washington.
VIDEO: President Obama announces Osama bin Laden's death