Yep, I read on one of the articles his policeman he had (how ever they put it) said he'll take over for Bin Laden.
Now this is out:
Osama Bin Laden Dead: Was Killing The Al Qaeda Leader Legal?
questions are being raised about the legality of the military operation that resulted in bin Laden's death.
Initial reports from the Obama administration suggested that bin Laden was armed and shooting at U.S. personnel when he was killed. That was subsequently revised and the White House conceded that he was unarmed when he was shot by Navy SEALs.
Human rights groups, lawyers and academics have suggested, among other things, that this could violate an Executive Order that forbids the U.S. government and its employees from engaging in 'political assassination'.
The Guardian quotes Prof Nick Grief, an international lawyer at Kent University, as saying that the attack had the appearance of an "extrajudicial killing without due process of the law".
Kenneth Roth, the Executive Director of Human Rights Watch also tweeted: "White House still hasn't clarified: OBL "resisted" but how did he pose lethal threat to US forces on scene? Need facts."http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2011/05/06/osama-bin-laden-killing-legal_n_858580.html?icid=maing-grid7%7Cmain5%7Cdl1%7Csec1_lnk2%7C61001