KANSAS CITY, Missouri - As we wait for the government to decide whether or not to release the Osama bin Laden photo, NBC Action News talked to a foreign relations expert who says the political impact is too good to resist.
"The con part is that it's going to inflame a lot of people in the Arab world. The pro is sending that signal that I was talking about a moment ago. Put it into a picture and say okay this guy is dead, nobody is safe,” said UMKC Associate Professor Bob Evanson.
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