If you're in need of a good giggle, check out the "communique" sent by the sons of Osama Bin Laden to the New York Times. It's a long screed that first claims there's no proof that good 'ol daddy is actually dead, then goes on to say how wrong it was to kill him. If you like, you can read the entire thing here. Forgive the grammar and punctuation, since I don't think English is their first language.
They also decry the shooting of a woman in the raid (because Middle Easterners and Islamic societies are famously respectful of women, you know) and go on to complain about OBL's burial at sea. Because, of course, the families of OBL's victims at the World Trade Center, Pentagon and aboard Flight 93 were all able to review their loved one's bodies and give them proper burials, right?
The best part comes at the end, when they threaten to put a posse of lawyers together so they can get to the bottom of this whole mess:
"Failure to answer these questions will force us to go to International forum for justice such as International Criminal Court and International Court of Justice and UN must take notice of the violation of international law and assist us to have answers for which we are lawful in seeking them. A panel of eminent British and international lawyers is being constituted and a necessary action may be taken if no answers are furnished within 30 days of this statement."
Really? The International Court of Justice AND the UN? That's a great plan guys. Why don't you also file an appeal with Hennepin County Traffic Court, Judge Judy and the Commissioner of the NBA? Somewhere, someone has to feel sorry for you, right?