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Fan is sold to a Pakistani security official told Reuters
Reuters has published photos made about an hour after the U.S. attack on al-Qaida leader Osama bin Laden in Pakistan, showing three men killed, but the recordings do not see any weapons.
Photos by the hour after the attack on Bin Laden made his refuge in the Pakistani security official showing three men at the scene of action. Dead men photos displayed separately and they can not see that any of them was armed.
An official who requested anonymity told Reuters photo is sold, in which the displayed information and the appropriate lighting for the time and area are confident in their authenticity.
According to the printed time of the first photographs made on Monday, 2 May at 2:30 pm local time, about an hour after the attack which killed Osama bin Laden.
Photos made a couple of hours later, showing the wreckage of the helicopter, which U.S. forces have lost during the attack because of mechanical failure and later destroyed.
White House spokesman Jay Carney said Tuesday that al-Qaida leader Osama bin Laden was armed when U.S. special forces raided his mansion in Pakistan, but be resisted before he was shot.
U.S. President Barack Obama refused to publish photos of the body of Osama bin Laden.
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