Bin Laden death photos to be shown to Congress members

As al-Qaida leaders release declarations that the U.S. committed a "big mistake" in its killing of Osama bin Laden in Pakistan, some U.S. politicians will reportedly be shown photos of bin Laden's dead body in a discrete meeting.

Select members of congress will reportedly be viewing the photos at CIA headquarters in northern Virginia at an undisclosed time.

At the same time, the Yemeni leader of terrorist group al-Qaida has released a statement, calling the assassination of bin Laden a "big mistake," and vowing that bin Laden's death does not signal the end of their crusade against Americans.

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