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Public Enemy #1 Osama Bin Laden Killed

BREAKING NEWS: This September will mark the 10th anniversary of the 9/11 killings.

The leader of Al Qaeda and the man responsible for these killings and many others, 54-year-old Osama Bin Laden, is finally  killed!

President Obama just addressed the nation and said Osama's body was brought to U.S. Custody for DNA testing to confirm it is him.

"Today's achievement is a testament to the greatness of our country and the determination of the American people. The cause of securing our country is not complete but tonight we're once again reminded that America can do whatever we set our mind to, that's the story of our history..." President Obama said in his special report.

According to ABC News, the President got a tip last August that Osama was living in a city in Pakistan in which the President said a small team of American's (no troops were hurt doing this) engaged in a fire fight killing him. All of this was kept secret since last August and nobody know's who carried out this operation.

The President said this killing was the top priority of the United States war against Al Qaeda.

Many families are now feeling a sense of relief that Osama is finally dead after all these years, found and killed. Some families are saying they now want to see a picture of Osama's dead body as a form of conformation and further closure.

Crowds are already gathered in front of the White House and other parts of the country singing the National Anthem, the Star Spangled Banner and chanting "USA, USA!"

What to think about...

  • This is an accomplishment that should have been taken care years ago, something President Bush couldn't do.
  • You can't bring loved ones back and turn back the hands of time but justice has been served.
  • What will be triggered by Osama's death? National security needs to really beef up now.
  • And I'm sure nobody will be addressing Obama's birth certificate issue now, he knew what he was doing all along when he said, "we have bigger things to worry about."