Anderson Cooper Bin Laden

May 5, 2011 by Post Team 

Anderson Cooper Bin Laden, Anderson Cooper closed his live show on Tuesday at Ground Zero, saying he wanted the public to turn Osama bin Laden to the victims of 9 / 11.

Bin Laden has been covering news coverage from his death Sunday, but Cooper said he hopes to change soon, and that bin Laden be expelled from all but the national discourse:

Someday, however, in the not too distant future, hopefully you do not give bin Laden, the satisfaction of speaking his name never even remember it in our nightmares. … The man who terrorized so many for so long have simply disappeared. The ocean is a big place and in the end, Osama bin Laden was a very small man. … We cannot, nor should we forget the horror that was unleashed, but as the months and years pass, I hope your name is not uttered once and hope that your image disappears, too. As the years go in the coming years I expect no loss of life is this mass murderer to remember. I hope that instead we remember the lives of those we lost.

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