On his radio show today, Dennis Prager said: “What’s the cost/benefit? What would be gained by releasing the photos? There is no world of doubt about whether he was killed.”
“There seems to be no doubt about his death among Bin Laden’s followers. Isn’t that who matters?”
“We have troubled relations with [much of the Islamic world], why provoke them?”
“Always put the show on the other foot. If they did it to one of ours, we’d be outraged.”
“Nobody in that world is doubting he’s dead. I don’t want to start a precedent. If you don’t believe the U.S. government, have a nice day. I’d like pictures of the Syrians murdering their own people.”
Prager H1: A psychiatrist whose sister died on 9/11 uses her death in a NYT opinion piece to blame the US. It wasn’t the terrorists who were responsible for her death, it was American imperialism. Dennis is outraged. Dennis talks to Michael Ledeen, senior fellow at the Foundation for the Defense of Democracies about how much advance knowledge the Pakistanis had about the Bin Laden mission.
Prager H3: The President has announced he won’t release Bin Laden’s death photos. Dennis supports the decision. Dennis also supports the decision to kill the terrorist rather than take him prisoner. Four looters were arrested in Alabama. These are the lowest of the low.