Corpse picture debate.
The White House says the picture is "gruesome" and that it may be "inflammatory" if made public.
White House press secretary Jay Carney said officials are concerned about the "sensitivity" of doing so.
He said there is a discussion about the most appropriate way to handle it.
Asked if President Barack Obama is involved in the discussion, Carney said he was involved in every aspect of the issue.
But the US say they may release photos of Bin Laden's burial at sea. It's hoped their publication might quieten speculation the terror chief was not really killed.
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