Rudy Giuliani, who was the mayor of New York City when the twin towers were struck on 9/11, returned to Ground Zero today to observe the death of Osama bin Laden.
"There's a great sense of satisfaction and relief that he's finally been caught and brought to justice," Guiliani said. "There is a desire for revenge that isn't the most noble, but it's there, and it's human."
According to the Fox News reporter who interviewed him, Guiliani noted that bin Laden's death does not end fanaticism, but deals it a decisive blow. Guiliani also cautioned that as a result of bin Laden's death, America could be at risk in the short term.