Did Obama take out al Qaeda's bomb king, too? Unfortunately for the administration, it doesn't look like it. After initial reports that explosives expert Ibrahim Hassan al-Asiri was also killed in the Yemeni drone strike, according to U.S. officials who spoke on condition of anonymity to the Associated Press, a Yemeni official confirmed Sunday that the bomb expert was not killed. While two others were killed in the attack on Awlaki, both bodies were identified, and were not Asiri. Asiri, a Saudi native, is a notorious al Qaeda figure, allegedly planting bombs in printers and shipping them to the U.S. last year and providing support to the "underwear bomber" of Christmas Day 2009.