623. * If a person dies on a ship and if there is no fear of the decay of the dead body and if there is no problem in retaining it for sometime on the ship, it should be kept on it and buried in the ground after reaching the land.The American government has only experienced the international shipping of human carcasses approximately 6,000 times in the past ten years, so feelings of inadequacy in preventing "the decay of the dead body," thus compelling a sea burial, are quite understandable.
Of course, after having hidden the man's body in the sea and assuring the world that their covertly conducted DNA not only really happened, but actually proved it was Osama who they summarily executed, the American regime announces that they might not release pictures of the body. For once, a U.S. "Kill Team" may not release its trophy photos! Why? Here's the cockamamie explanation from ABC News, one of the regime's many mouthpieces:
The argument against releasing the pictures: they’re gruesome. He has a massive head wound above his left eye where he took bullet, with brains and blood visible.See, the public may have the tolerance for photos like the one below, but really gruesome stuff, like an eliminated CIA asset named Osama, that's just stomach-turning. The eyes of America's adults must be protected from their beloved nanny state, just as the same entity must shield their minds from the dangers of logical thought. So let's all close our eyes, link hands, commission a few million more kilotons of bombing and chant: "USA is Number ONE, USA is Number ONE, USA is Number ONE!" Maybe if we scream loud enough, Andrew Holmes, the gentleman posing in the gruesome photo below, will join in.