President Obama announced earlier this week that he would not release the photo of bin Laden's body, citing fears that the images could inflame violence in Islamic communities across the globe.
Weiner said he supports the president's decision to withhold the photos from the public.
"There is no First Amendment right to see these gruesome pictures that might inflame passions overseas," said Weiner. "We have DNA evidence, we have Navy SEALs saying he is dead, we have al Qaeda saying he is dead. Look. He is dead."