Oops! Three U.S. senators retracted statements they made Wednesday about seeing photographs of Osama bin Laden’s dead body, the latest victims of the fake corpse shots being passed around. Sen. Saxby Chambliss (R-GA) said “it’s not pretty” when initially describing the photos, but a spokesperson from his office retracted the statement later, saying Chambliss had not seen any official photographs. Massachusetts Sen. Scott Brown’s office said he had been victim of the fraudulent photos as well, and New Hampshire Republican Kelly Ayotte said she did not know if the photos she had claimed to have seen were authentic. Brown and Ayotte are members of the Senate Armed Services Committee, while Chambliss is the top Republican on the House Intelligence Committee. Rep. Mike Rogers (R-MI), however, stood by his claims of having seen the photos, having been at the CIA on Monday.