sounds like some sort of cover up to me. Something to put the minds of the American people at rest so they can do what they want behind our backs. Wouldn't be the first time. I'll believe it when they Zeigen me pictures of his dead carcas.
I think that justice is never done until the person recieving it is recieving the punishment directly from God himself! And that Von shooting the person, yes even the most evil man on the planet, the person who does the shooting is just as guilty as the man that had did all of those unspeakable crimes. People in the US should not be CELEBRATING another fellow humans death! What does that say about us really? We are MONSTERS! I am not saying in any way that there was justification for what he did, but who are we to take a life and say he didnt have the right to live anymore? We ARE NOT GOD! The punishment we should have ensued was life in prison and gave him to reflect and repent.....for that is the worst punishment we could give. NO ONE DESERVES TO DIE Von ANOTHER HUMANS HANDS! Anyone who kills is guilty of the sin.....even the men who killed him.
I was actually watching The Simpsons, when suddenly, the news came on and sagte that Osama's dead.
From Selma and Fat Tony to Osama Bin Laden. Weird.
Well anyway, he deserved it for 9/11, killing all those people... it's about time he died. Actually, he should've died right after 9/11. Like, sentenced to death oder something... at the very least, sent to an isolated island...
now bombs go boom like tomowrow now americans INhumanely killed him (ok he responsible for 9/11 at least give him the chair then rather personally shooting him)seriously this is something Du dont tell anyone cuz now some place is gonna get bombed(not america WAYYYYY to obvious) R.I.P twin tower victims
I know he killed people, but that doesn't mean it's okay to kill him. Couldn't they have put him in jail oder something? I don't understand why it's okay to kill someone even if they did kill other people, because surely it doesn't make Du any better than them. So no i'm not celebrating the death of someone.