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News about Osama Bin Laden being captured and killed brought closure to some. But they're many skeptics out there that don't believe he's actually gone.

The white house is debating whether or not to release pictures of Bin Laden's remains. There are fake pictures of Osama's remains circulating on the world wide web.

White House officials are saying the real photo maybe too gruesome to actually show. They say, it's more about being tasteful.

Now according to national media, The White House has two pictures of Bin Laden's remains. One set after his body was sent to a hangar in Afghanistan. And the second on the ship USS Vinson.

People are speculating that pictures could have been taken as President Obama and his staff watched the raid, of Bin Laden's home live in The Situation Room. As the white house continues to search for the best possible way to provide proof.

The white house administration also say the photo may enrage extremists even more. U.S. officials say a DNA matched identified Bin Laden's identity with 99.9-percent accuracy.