Last week, Sen. Scott Brown claimed he'd seen the "gruesome" photos of Osama bin Laden's corpse, only to later admit that he was duped by an Internet hoax. Well, now Brown may see the photos after all. As controversy continues to swirl over President Obama's decision not to publicly release the visual evidence of bin Laden's death, Reuters is reporting, via an unnamed congressional aide, that the CIA has invited members of the Senate Intelligence Committee and Senate Armed Service Committees to schedule an appointment and view the photographs. No word yet on whether Brown, who sits on the Senate Armed Services Committee, has scheduled a date with the intelligence agency.
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