Before President Obama decided against releasing the photos of Osama bin Laden's bullet-ridden corpse, administration officials, Congress, and other political observers weighed in. The debate is rare for Washington in that it knows no party lines, and even the administration itself appears divided. In the following gallery, we take stock of those who want to see the photos released and those who would prefer they stay classified.
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Catherine Hollander contributed