Just not broadcast any further evidence of his existence. Hopefully his sad pathetic shell of a person can be removed too, whenever convenient.
Really, do we need to see his mug anymore? Does anybody? We know what he stands for, can he be removed now? From what I've heard he doesn't mind death, would his removal even be a bad thing? Ok, maybe like 'not signalling a right turn', whatever. C'mon folks, let him chat philosophy with Satan, I'm not interested in what he has to say, anybody who is can clearly be classified as either agents for his rightful indictment and prosecution and indeed prevention of his entire species (he surrendered membership in humanity a little while ago) or a drooling idiot. As I'm not involved in his prosecution (I leave that to the experts, irregardless of how convinced I am of his evil and unworthiness even of the air he breaths), I just view him as an unwelcome intrusion on my field of vision, much like involuntarily clicking goatse.cx. Go ahead, debate invited, I'd love to chat amiably with anybody who could possibly believe for any bizzare reason that Bin Laden could cause anything good to happen in the world. He has nothing to say to me.
What is the problem here? Why do folks care what he has to say? What value does any information he cares to relay have? His next terror attack, even if given day, hour, location, can simply be sent to the proper authorities ok?Somebody, anybody, tell me why I should care that his mike be turned off?
Sad, I don't even hate the guy. Were his legacy not so tragic in the context of all the legitimate world's beliefs and values, he'd matter no more to me than your average cockroach. Anybody got a can of "Bin Laden Be Gone?" Censorship? Get a clue! We don't offer live ongoing coverage of me taking my morning crap, why broadcast any speech of Bin Laden's?