How is this justice? The most wanted enemy in the world was rumored to be brought to justice, or "have justice brought to him," but did this happen? I see justice as having the accused be captured alive by high-ranking military professionals, paraded through the streets to be shamed, face his victims and survivors of his dead victims, and put on trial to face conviction for his heinous crimes, suffering a long, miserable life without dignity and in humiliation afterward, before either dying in a cell built by his victims, or by execution before the eyes of his victims and sufferers. The treatment of the most wanted enemy of the world for the most gruesome death of over three thousand people in the United States -- and many many more around the world from London to Madrid to Bali to Kenya and elsewhere -- was swift and painless. He was crept upon by high-ranking military professionals, whose mission was never to capture him alive and allow the process of justice to ever occur, and shot in the face immediately, unarmed. He was buried soon after by being lowered into the Arabian Sea. Or so it's been told. Even Saddam Hussein and 9/11 conspirator Zacarias Moussaoui were brought to trial. The dead grimaces of Hussein's sons after their death were paraded all around the world. Photographs of the crimes at Abu Gharib, pictures in newspapers of American soldiers viciously mutilated, burnt and hanged, suspended from bridges in Iraq and Afghanistan. Disturbing photos in newspapers of people leaping, jumping, and falling from burning skyscrapers, some on fire. But the assassinated man we're told was the most heinous, most vicious terrorist of the twenty-first century, was simply killed, silenced forever, and his death preserved with supposed dignity and respect. And that was that. He was killed having never been brought to justice at all. How many more accused suspects will be murdered by Obama? That could make him as awful as the alleged monster he killed. While Bin Laden is becoming a martyr, Obama is becoming a beguiling thug more akin to his resented predecessor than a recipient of the Nobel Peace Prize.