Finding Osama bin Laden might be a moral victory, but it won't be the end, says his son Omar bin Laden. In fact, Osama's successors might mean even more trouble for the U.S. than the current leader of al Qaeda. "From what I knew of my father and the people around him, I believe he is the most kind among them, because some are much, much worse," said Omar in an exclusive interview with ABC News. Omar, who was picked to succeed him as the leader of jihad, has rebelled against his father’s mission, which he finds “unacceptable.” "Their mentality wants to make more violence, to create more problems." Omar said he is confident his father won't be caught, even with the $25 million bounty.