This would certainly be unsettling: Though Osama bin Laden is dead, U.S. officials predict they will hear from him again in at least one new tape which they expect will soon be released. The New York Daily News reported on Monday that officials were worried the leader's al Qaeda couriers would release a recording of their late leader threatening a backlash in the event of his death. The tape is said to have been made not long before his death, though intelligence reports say he was unaware that the U.S. was preparing for his demise. It is not clear whether this will be an audio or video recording. The White House and the media will have to decide whether or not to broadcast the tape when and if they get a hold of it. Already seen as a "martyr" by his followers and other extremist organizations in the Middle East, the tape could potentially prompt a backlash and new violence from his supporters.