Carney: No Evidence Suggests Terrorist Attacks On Bin Laden’s Death Anniversary

White House Press Secretary Jay Carney stated today that there is no credible evidence that terrorist attacks against the U.S. will coincide with the anniversary of Osama Bin Laden’s death this coming Tuesday.

However, Carney added, al Qaeda may be plotting attacks in their home countries as planned retaliation for the terror leader’s death. (:21)

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