After two weeks of Osama bin Laden’s death, now comes word from pollster John Zogby that one out of five Americans believe that Bin Laden is not dead.

One in five or 19 per cent of the American citizens do not agree with the claims of President Obama that the most wanted al-Qaeda leader has been killed, raided by a team of Navy Seals in the dark night and his corpse was carried offshore, his DNA confirmed, his body was prepared according to the Muslim ritual and then buried in the sea within 12 hours without Pakistan having any idea about it.

President Obama had watched the entire operation live via satellite and had shown the photos to the Members of the Senate and House Intelligence and Armed Services committees at the CIA Headquarters in Langley, Va.

Congressman Lamborn was one of the lawmakers who chose to view the images. It brought me some closure, he said during a Sunday interview with Fox News. It was more emotional than I thought it would be.

Congressman Coffman had no interest in seeing the pictures, adding I've been around war all my life.

Obama denied to disclose the gruesome pictures of Osama’s death to the public, imposing his belief on citizens too.

Although global audiences have been shown countless photos of atrocities in recent years, bound Abu Ghraib prisoners, Saddam Hussein hanged and burned, mutilated American bodies hanging from a Falluja bridge, Obama was more worried about the vengeful motivation of the act of revealing these apparently gory pictures.