Since Abbotabad is a tourist town. Its not very far fetched to imagine that its gonna expect a lot more tourists in the next couple of years wanting to see the house(if it still stands) or plot of land where Osama lived and died in.
Does anyone remember where the "crazy" Osama hunter was captured?
"He said his brother went to Pakistan because "that's where Osama is.""
"After the 9/11 attacks, he said Mr. Faulkner began visiting Pakistan to try to find Osama bin Laden because he felt the U.S. military was not "doing enough." Dr. Faulkner said his brother grew a beard and adopted local attire to assimilate in Pakistan and obtain intelligence there."
It has emerged Osama bin Laden was not armed when he was shot dead by US commandos at his compound in Pakistan.
Bin Laden was shot above his left eye, reportedly blowing away a section of his skull.
White House spokesman Jay Carney says commandos would have tried to take the terrorist mastermind alive if possible, but he resisted and was therefore shot.
The revelation, likely to stoke anger in parts of the Muslim world, came from Mr Carney as he provided the most detailed account yet of the raid in Abbottabad, Pakistan.
"In the room with bin Laden, a woman - bin Laden's wife - rushed the US assaulter and was shot in the leg but not killed. Bin Laden was then shot and killed. He was not armed," he said.
After media reports quoting officials describing it as a "kill operation", the White House spokesman was pressed hard to explain the apparent contradiction that bin Laden was unarmed but also resisted.
"We were prepared to capture him if that was possible," he said, without providing a clear explanation.
"We expected a great deal of resistance and were met with a great deal of resistance."
When a journalist insisted "He wasn't armed", Mr Carney replied: "But there were many other people who were armed in the compound. There was a firefight."
"But not in that room," the journalist pressed.
When you kill an officer commanding troops in a battle who isn't himself shooting at you is that a crime? No.
Resistance was made by the men that UBL was in command of and therefore that's the same as he himself resisting. Just because he wasn't physically armed himself doesn't mean he wasn't still a significant threat as is evidenced by the 40 minute firefight.
If UBL had commanded his men to drop their weapons and submitted to arrest he would be alive, but he didn't and now he's fish food. I'm sure there are those in the Muslim community that will find some justification for anger, but frankly those people are unreasonable and you can't be reasonable with unreasonable people.
Boo-****ing-who. When you're the world's most wanted man it precludes you from not getting shot short of you being spread out on the floor with your legs spread out and your hands over your head when Navy SEALs burst in.
Having a woman lunge at the assault team as they opened the door probably muddled things up even more. For all the SEALs knew, she could have done that on Osama's orders to provide a distraction while he gets a gun or maybe even tries to blow himself up instead of getting taken alive.
The fact of the matter is that second-guessing the actions of highly-trained professionals taken in the heat of of a firefight is stupid.