Sultan Hijazi | Terminal X Desk

With each new day passing by, many more revelations are coming to the forefront as to why Raymond Davis was caught with sensitive equipment and photographs. The first mainstream medium to establish Davis as CIA was the UK’s Guardian. The American press was requested by officials at Langley not to make mention of this fact days before the Guardian’s publication, as there were “fears for Davis’ life”.

However, now that the British print media had revealed the story, there were adequate reasons and ground for their American counterparts to do so too. Whenceforth Reuters, the NY Times and the Washington Post also published this story, establishing once and for all around the globe that when it comes to national security, Pakistanis do not fire off “conspiracy theories”, there really is something sinister going on.

Intelligence agencies of each country have their own motives for surveillance and espionage around the world in various locations, sometimes even in countries who are “friends” and “allies”. In the case of the CIA, this is one intelligence agency which is even a more complex web than Israel’s Mossad. Whereas the latter specializes in covert operations and assassinations, the CIA deals in global drug-trade, black ops and “fraudulent diplomacy”, as can be evident from the Davis case.

On August 18, 2010, Barack Obama had signed an Executive Order (#13550) for the establishment of a “Pakistan and Afghanistan Support Office”. It states:

Sec. 2. Purpose of the Temporary Organization. The purpose of the PASO
shall be to perform the specific project of supporting executive departments and agencies in strengthening the governments in Afghanistan and Pakistan, enhancing the capacity of those governments to resist extremists, and maintaining an effective U.S. diplomatic presence in both countries.


Sec. 3. Functions of the Temporary Organization. In carrying out the purpose set forth in section 2, the PASO shall:
(a) support executive departments and agencies in efforts to enhance civilian control and stable constitutional government in Pakistan

By “enhancing civilian control”, the Executive Order refers to more funding for the Intelligence Bureau under Pakistani Interior Minister Rehman Malik for upgrading of the apparatus it possesses in an attempt to sideline it and eventually supersede the Inter-Services Intelligence headed by a serving Lieutenant-General. “Maintaining an effective US diplomatic presence” is akin to strengthening the presence of undercover intelligence operatives of the CIA, Xe LLC and Special Taskforce 373 in the US Embassy Islamabad, which is a shadowy dystopian empire in itself.


Speaking to Terminal X on condition of anonymity, a senior intelligence official confirms that the main purpose of the US Embassy is to fortify the IB under the Ministry of Interior in Pakistan and make it the most powerful Pakistani intelligence agency, with the obvious notion that it will receive directives directly from the Pentagon.


“For about three years now, there have been constant attempts to bring the ISI under civilian control. Since that judgment received extensive backfiring from top brass of the Pakistan armed forces, the strategists at the Obama administration have been looking for alternative ways of making their civilian installment in Pakistan a rigid one”, he continued. 


“And the primary objective for that is a fully-optimized civilian intelligence agency with handpicked officers who will not even take a minute to nod to the directives they receive”


While discussing the issue of Raymond Davis, several facts and certain public assumptions were confirmed. “He would not be in jail now were it not for the ISI”, the official informed “Do you really expect the police to be so bold and lock him up? He was being pursued by the ISI before the unfortunate incidents happened, and he is under their constant surveillance as we speak. There were reports that Davis will be killed and disposed by his recruiters because of the vital and extremely sensitive cache of classified information he has with him. He is our asset now”

This adds weight to the claims that just yesterday, the Lahore High Court had delivered a request to the ISI for picking up the Davis case as the police officials were not providing required investigative assistance. Police officials have declined to comment on this.


OPERATION ‘RISING SUN’


In March 1974, chief Pakistani nuclear engineer Munir Ahmad Khan had summoned a meeting of leading atomic scientists to initiate work on the atomic bomb. Pakistan’s Atomic Energy Commission had completed the final blueprints for nuclear weapons by 1977. 

News reached Langley from where several black-ops agents posing as “diplomats” were planted inside the US Embassy in Islamabad. In 1979, a group of these self-professed “diplomats” was found involved in suspicious activities. Some of them would leave for areas around Kahuta. One of the CIA operatives from the Embassy was picked up in isolation, where he confessed to their actual mission. The ISI’s counterintelligence turned the operative into a double-agent, Codenamed ‘Star’. His leads got the agencies right on target and the whole group of CIA operatives were arrested. This was a major bust. In the following days, all their details were made public and they were sent back to the US only after they had revealed sufficient information. One of the declassified leads was a coordinated attack at Kahuta by these stingers.

Public sentiment back then also was laced with anti-Americanism, which resulted in a massive civilian outburst of anger and the US Embassy Islamabad was attacked on the 21st of November, 1979


Subsequently, after this major bust, it was a few years later that on March 11 1983, Munir Ahmad Khan and the PAEC carried out the first cold test of Pakistan’s atomic bomb [Reference: “Pakistan Became a Nuclear State in 1983- Dr. Samar Mubarakmand”, The Nation (Islamabad) datedMay 2, 2003]

IS DAVIS’ LIFE UNDER THREAT?

As our sources confirm, the ISI has been keeping a rigid watch on Davis at Kot Lakhpat jail. For starters, the food he receives by Consulate staffers each day is checked before it is served. There can be a possibility that after it was made public through his call records that he was in touch with militants in South Waziristan and his on-camera confession of being a CIA agent, he can be killed directly/indirectly. This can range from food-poisoning to a hit-and-run operation. The CIA wants to discard ‘Raymond Davis’ as he is the acting station chief for Pakistan and possesses a dearth of classified information which is vital for the ISI’s counter-intelligence and counter-terrorism wings. 

The leads which have been obtained so far and that are yet to be abstracted can open up a giant Pandora’s box for Pakistan’s security infrastructure and find the tail of the Monster of Terrorism fomented by the CIA and MOSSAD which calls itself the “TTP” or Pakistani Taliban.

On June 23, 2009 Press TV had reported that Qari Zainuddin Mehsud, who was once an active militant alongside Hakimullah Mehsud and the TTP, was killed after he distanced himself in time from the terrorist organisation which he revealed was in close coordination with American and Israeli intelligence services.

The CIA can discard of its recruit once their whole institute’s reputation is at stake. History is a witness to a case which took place before: 

On June 7, 1998 CNN aired the “Tailwind” report as a feature news segment on their show “Newsstand.” Reported by CNN veteran Peter Arnett, the stories stated that the CIA connected Studies and Observations Group (SOG), then commanded by CIA veteran and Army General John Singlaub, had used the lethal gas during covert operations into Laos. In particular, the “Tailwind” story reported that American defectors were the intended targets of the attacks
As many as twenty U.S. defectors were targeted for elimination by Special Forces troops
assigned to SOG in the Tailwind mission into the 
Savan region of Laos in 1970 Sarin gas was employed in the mission
Defectors were a routine “high priority” for execution on all SOG missions inside Laos 
 
As the Express Tribune reports, “The Lahore killings were a blessing in disguise for our security agencies who suspected that Davis was 
masterminding terrorist activities in Lahore and other parts of Punjab,” a senior official in the Punjab police claimed.

In the coming days, more startling revelations await public exposure step-by-step as Davis is debriefed. The CIA vis-à-vis the US Consulate Lahore can try to get him eliminated either silently or through subversive means (tipping-off a police officer with handsome reward to do their job). This is unlikely, however,
considering that the ISI’s field officers are keeping an eye on Davis and his cell round-the-clock.
Partial acknowledgment by the White House to Davis’ status as a CIA just recently is part of a process to “accept the blunder, now let’s move on”. Panetta and Gates both fear another Operation ‘Rising Sun’ looming overhead that can expose all covert American presence in Pakistan, and also the fact that the US Embassy is the centre of all foreign intelligence warfare taking place in Pakistan today

Link Between CIA And Terrorism In Pakistan

How a growing number of American commentators are concluding that the United States is closely working with the same terror groups it publicly condemns, using them to silently attack its Pakistani ally.

MIKE WHITNEY | Thursday | 24 February 2011 | Counterpunch.org
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WASHINGTON, DC—When CIA agent Raymond Davis gunned down two Pakistani civilians in broad daylight on a crowded street in Lahore, he probably never imagined that the entire Washington establishment would spring to his defense. But that’s precisely what happened. Barack Obama, Hillary Clinton, Mike Mullen, John Kerry, Leon Panetta and a number of other US bigwigs have all made appeals on Davis’s behalf. None of these stalwart defenders of “the rule of law” have shown a speck of interest in justice for the victims or of even allowing the investigation to go forward so they could know what really happened. Oh, no. What Clinton and the rest want, is to see their man Davis packed onto the next plane to Langley so he can play shoot-’em-up someplace else in the world.

Does Clinton know that after Davis shot his victims 5 times in the back, he calmly strode back to his car, grabbed his camera, and photographed the dead bodies? Does she know that the two so-called “diplomats” who came to his rescue in a Land Rover (which killed a passerby) have been secretly spirited out of the country so they won’t have to appear in court? Does she know that the families of the victims are now being threatened and attacked to keep them from testifying against Davis? Here’s a clip from Thursday’s edition of The Nation:

“Three armed men forcibly gave poisonous pills to Muhammad Sarwar, the uncle of Shumaila Kanwal, the widow of Fahim shot dead by Raymond Davis, after barging into his house in Rasool Nagar, Chak Jhumra.

Sarwar was rushed to Allied Hospital in critical condition where doctors were trying to save his life till early Thursday morning. The brother of Muhammad Sarwar told The Nation that three armed men forced their entry into the house after breaking the windowpane of one of the rooms. When they broke the glass, Muhammad Sarwar came out. The outlaws started beating him up.

The other family members, including women and children, coming out for his rescue, were taken hostage and beaten up. The three outlaws then took everyone hostage at gunpoint and forced poisonous pills down Sarwar’s throat.” (“Shumaila’s uncle forced to take poisonous pills”, The Nation)

Good show, Hillary. We’re all about the rule of law in the good old USA.

But why all the intrigue and arm-twisting? Why has the State Department invoked the Vienna Convention on Diplomatic Relations to make its case that Davis is entitled to diplomatic immunity? If Davis is innocent, then he has nothing to worry about, right? Why not let the trial go forward and stop reinforcing the widely-held belief that Davis is a vital cog in the US’s clandestine operations in Pakistan?

The truth is that Davis had been photographing sensitive installations and madrassas for some time, the kind of intelligence gathering that spies do when scouting-out prospective targets. Also, he’d been in close contact with members of terrorist organizations, which suggests a link between the CIA and terrorist incidents in Pakistan. Here’s an excerpt from Wednesday’s The Express Tribune:

“His cell phone has revealed contacts with two ancillaries of al Qaeda in Pakistan, Tehreek-e-Taliban of Pakistan (TTP) and sectarian Lashkar-e-Jhangvi (LeJ), which has led to the public conclusion that he was behind terrorism committed against Pakistan’s security personnel and its people ….This will strike people as America in cahoots with the Taliban and al Qaeda against the state of Pakistan targeting, as one official opined, Pakistan’s nuclear installations.” (“Raymond Davis: The plot thickens, The Express Tribune)

“Al Qaeda”? The CIA is working with “ancillaries of al Qaeda in Pakistan”? No wonder the US media has been keeping a wrap on this story for so long.

Naturally, most Pakistanis now believe that the US is colluding with terrorists to spread instability, weaken the state, and increase its power in the region. But isn’t that America’s M.O. everywhere?

Also, many people noticed that US drone attacks suddenly stopped as soon as Davis was arrested. Was that a coincidence? Not likely. Davis was probably getting coordinates from his new buddies in the tribal hinterland and then passing them along to the Pentagon. The drone bombings are extremely unpopular in Pakistan. More then 1400 people have been killed since August 2008, and most of them have been civilians.

And, there’s more. This is from (Pakistan’s) The Nation:

“A local lawyer has moved a petition in the court of Additional District and Sessions … contending that the accused (Davis)… was preparing a map of sensitive places in Pakistan through the GPS system installed in his car. He added that mobile phone SIMs, lethal weapons, and video cameras were recovered from the murdere-accused on January 27, 2011.” (“Davis mapped Pakistan targets court told”, The Nation)

So, Davis’s GPS chip was being used to identify targets for drone attacks in the tribal region. Most likely, he was being assisted on the other end by recruits or members of the Tehreek-e-Taliban.

A lot of extravagant claims have been made about what Davis was up to, much of which is probably just speculation. One report which appeared on ANI news service is particularly dire, but produces little evidence to support its claims. Here’s an excerpt:

“Double murder-accused US official Raymond Davis has been found in possession of top-secret CIA documents, which point to him or the feared American Task Force 373 (TF373) operating in the region, providing Al-Qaeda terrorists with “nuclear fissile material” and “biological agents,” according to a report.

Russia’s Foreign Intelligence Service (SVR) is warning that the situation on the sub-continent has turned “grave” as it appears that open warfare is about to break out between Pakistan and the United States, The European Union Times reports…..The most ominous point in this SVR report is “Pakistan’s ISI stating that top-secret CIA documents found in Davis’s possession point to his, and/or TF373, providing to al Qaeda terrorists “nuclear fissile material” and “biological agents”, which they claim are to be used against the United States itself in order to ignite an all-out war in order to re-establish the West’s hegemony over a Global economy that is warned is just months away from collapse,” the paper added. (“CIA Spy Davis was giving nuclear bomb material to Al Qaeda, says report”, ANI)

Although there’s no way to prove that this is false, it seems like a bit of a stretch. But that doesn’t mean that what Davis was up to shouldn’t be taken seriously. Quite the contrary. If Davis was working with Tehreek-e-Taliban, (as alleged in many reports) then we can assume that the war on terror is basically a ruse to advance a broader imperial agenda. According to Sify News, the president of Pakistan, Asif Ali Zardari, believes this to be the case. Here’s an excerpt:

“Zalmay Khalilzad, the former US envoy to Afghanistan, once brushed off Pakistan President Asif Ali Zardari’s claim, that the US was “arranging” the (suicide) attacks by Pakistani Taliban inside his country, as ‘madness’, and was of the view that both Zardari and Afghan President Hamid Karzai, who believed in this US conspiracy theory, were “dysfunctional” leaders.

The account of Zardari’s claim about the US’ hand in the attacks has been elaborately reproduced by US journalist Bob Woodward, on Page 116 of his famous book ‘Obama’s Wars,’ The News reported.

Woodward’s account goes like this: “One evening during the trilateral summit (in Washington, between Obama, Karzai and Zardari) Zardari had dinner with Zalmay Khalilzad, the 58-year-old former US ambassador to Afghanistan, Iraq and the UN, during the Bush presidency.

“Zardari dropped his diplomatic guard. He suggested that one of the two countries was arranging the attacks by the Pakistani Taliban inside his country: India or the US. Zardari didn’t think India could be that clever, but the US could. Karzai had told him the US was behind the attacks, confirming the claims made by the Pakistani ISI.”

“Mr President,” Khalilzad said, “what would we gain from doing this? You explain the logic to me.”

“This was a plot to destabilize Pakistan, Zardari hypothesized, so that the US could invade and seize its nuclear weapons. He could not explain the rapid expansion in violence otherwise. And the CIA had not pursued the leaders of the Pakistani Taliban, a group known as Tehreek-e-Taliban or TTP that had attacked the government. TTP was also blamed for the assassination of Zardari’s wife, Benazir Bhutto.” (“Pakistan President says CIA Involved in Plot to Destabilize Country and Seize Nukes”, Sify News)

Zardari’s claim will sound familiar to those who followed events in Iraq. Many people are convinced that the only rational explanation for the wave of bombings directed at civilians was that the violence was caused by those groups who stood to gain from a civil war.

And who might that be?

Despite the Obama administration’s efforts to derail the investigation, the case against Davis is going forward. Whether he is punished or not is irrelevant. This isn’t about Davis anyway. It’s a question of whether the US is working hand-in-hand with the very organizations that it publicly condemns in order to advance its global agenda. If that’s the case, then the war on terror is a fraud.

American terrorist Raymond Davis linked to bomb attacks

by Parveez Syed

Arrested American undercover agent Raymond Allen Davis (born 02 Oct 1974) linked to drone (bomb) attacks killing thousands of civilians in Pakistan, according to sources close to the investigation team who examined his GPS chip used to identify targets for drone attacks in the country. Davis visited and filmed the target areas, and had a network of terrorists, bombers and killers working for him.


Between 2005 and 2010, American-sponsored terrorism and hundreds of illegal drone bombings have killed over 6,700 and injured over 13,000 civilians in Pakistan alone, proving barbic US and European Christians are not as ‘humanitarian’ as they claim deceptively.

Davis remains in police custody for killing two men, Faizan Haider, 20 and Mohammed Faheem, 22, in Lahore on Thursday 27 January 2011. American politicians and their media fans continue to fabricate and concoct story to deliberatly keep public unaware of facts.

Top-secret CIA documents show that Raymond Allen Davis (born 02 Oct 1974) was providing nuclear fissile material and biological agents to the ‘terrorists’ assigned to destabilise Pakistan. The documents show Davis had links with the terrorists, working on the CIA’s plan to sabotage, destabilise and disarm Pakistan. Davis also worked for American Task Force 373 (TF373), Blackwater XE, DynaCorp and other under cover American agencies still operating in Pakistan. TF373 (Delta Force) is assigned to hire locals (Orange Force) to plant bombs in Pakistan, destabilise and disarm the country. Davis was employed by the American under cover agencies, but this information is still withheld on the orders of American politicians. They also assassinated Pakistan minority minister Shahbaz Bhatti, a Catholic Christian, in Islamabad in March 2011.


The two men were shot nine times from the back through his windshield, some 50 meters away, as they rode away from their armed and dangerous killer. There was no exchange of fire, and the victims’ licenced guns were not ready to fire. The two victims were armed, but did not fire a single round. The weapon recovered from Davis has no legal permit and the bullets used are also banned in many countries. After killing the two men, instead of fleeing, Davis got out of his car to photograph his victims with his cellphone. His wife, Rebecca Davis, has referred Colorado journalist’s questions to the CIA. The victims had no criminal records.

Davis, who has expired ‘business visa,’ does not have diplomatic immunity from criminal prosecution in Pakistan. Davis killed two men in Lahore on 27 Jan 2011. Eyewitnesses and police probes prove that the two murders were not in self defence. However, undue pressure (blackmails) by the US senator John Kerry (chairman of senate committee for foreign affairs and an ex-president candidate) has ‘convinced’ Pakistan government officials and politicians to provide forged diplomatic immunity documents to the courts in the country. American secretary of state, Hillary R Clinton, implied the conditional US aid means immunity from any criminal prosecution.

Davis was arrested armed with a Glock 9mm handgun, 70 rounds, a GPS, binoculars, and pictures of Pakistan’s sensitive buildings, maps and syringes. When questioned by the Lahore policer, Davis said he was a ‘consultant’ at the US consulate in the city. That was a day before the US embassy upgraded his status. His US passport has a business visit visa that is not a diplomatic visa. Davis does not have a bank account in Pakistan. Under the 1961 Vienna Convention on Diplomatic Relations, not all embassy and consulate employee enjoy diplomatic immunity.

After murders in Lahore (January 2011) and Dubai (January 2010), and in order to reduce terrorism, there is need for law enforcement agencies to strip search all Americans and Europeans on arrival ports, and when travel in vehicles in Pakistan.

American diplomats and covert agents have taken on the responsibility to provide daily food to Davis. They also coach him in police custody for several hours everyday. Washington is pursuing the case with “arrogance” and is not willing to resolve the issue through cooperation and proper legal channels. According to a letter dated 20 Jan 2011, US consulate in Lahore wrote to Pakistan foreign ministry asking them to issue non-diplomatic visa to Davis. Pakistan foreign ministry records confirm that Davis was not a diplomat. Davis is a private covert Delta Force agent.

Davis does not have diplomatic immunity that is not available to 10,000 armed ‘armed basmati rice, mango, textile and technical experts and Delta Force agents’ or hired Delta Force, Blackwater XE mercenaries to destablise Pakistan. Davis is not an employee of the State Department or any government entity as he is a contractor. Besides, having a diplomatic passport or visa does not mean one has diplomatic immunity. Moreover, diplomats are not allowed roam around unescorted with illegal weapons, fake indentity papers and forged car number plates. Diplomatic immunity is not a blank cheque to flout, disobey local laws or violate of the spirit of the Vienna Conventions. It is the duty of all persons enjoying such privileges and immunities to respect the laws and regulations of the receiving country.

The ‘armed textile, mango experts, consultants and diplomats’ or covert US and Indian agents often enter Pakistan without any visa formalities. The agents hire and handle 50,000-strong local CIA-Mossad ‘Orange Force’. The armed killers or agents live and operate in Pakistan with fake identify papers and drive in the country with fake plates. There are no restrictions on the movements of armed mango experts in Pakistan, and Davis is not registered as a US diplomat and official in the country.

Without providing any irrefutable, undeniable evidence to the courts in Pakistan, the US embassy in Islamabad claims Davis is a “diplomat” and he “acted in self-defence”. The US embassy first said Davis is a technical expert working for its consulate in Lahore, and then quickly changed the claims to US embassy diplomat in Islamabad. The US government has refused to confirm his precise job in Pakistan.

Under the Vienna Convention or the international laws and custom, consulate employees are liable to detention in case of grave crimes. Police investigators in Pakistan have rejected the self-defence and the diplomatic immunity claims, and Davis remains in custody, pending further inquiries into fake ‘diplomatic immunity’ claims and documents from the American and Pakistani politicians behind closed doors. The Lahore High Court (LHC) has ruled that Davis does not have diplomatic immunity, and ordered the government not to release Davis and place his name in the exit control list (ECL) to block his exit from Pakistan.

It is strange how mainstream global media groups (BBC, CNN, Sky, Fox, Star) continue to suppress news about American spies who killed three people in Lahore on Thursday 27 January 2011. “Imagine the media and political reactions when the killers were a Muslim embassy employee. In order to justify invasion and occupation pretext, the agents and media groups also plant fake ‘humanitarian’ stories from Pakistan, Bahrain, Libya and other Muslim countries,” according to the source.

“The conditions in Pakistani jails are not much worse than conditions at Guantanomo or Abu Gharaib for people held on far flimsier excuses than shooting two men in the back in the middle of the day. A third US consulate employee killed an innocent pedestrian during the ‘rescue’ attempt has conveniently feld Pakistan,” the source explained.

American politicians are threatening to expel Pakistan ambassador to Washington, shut US consulates, cancel the forthcoming visit by the Pakistani president, stop the conditional aid, isolate Pakistan, increase drone attacks and bombing in Pakistan to stone-age if Davis is not released soon. They are also asking Pakistan government to grant Davis “diplomatic immunity” after the 27 January 2011 event/murders! The US state department has s/scrapped a scheduled high-level meeting among US, Afghan and Pakistani officials 23-24 February 2011. The US blackmails, threats, covert acts and false flag operations make the US an unreliable ally the endless and global war against ‘terrorism’ around the world. US officials deny slowing or halting meetings with their Pakistani counterparts!

Pakistani government is under enormous pressure at home to see Davis go on trial, in a country awashed with over 10,000 other armed basmati rice, mango, textile and technical experts and Delta Force agents. However, instead of sealing the entire Afghan-Pakistan border, stopping the US-NATO terror supply line from Pakistan to Afghanistan and expelling 10,000 armed ‘technical experts,’ immediately, politcians in Pakistan are set to cave in and surrender to the American blackmails and threats.

Davis does not have diplomatic immunity from criminal prosecution. The immunity is granted under international law and custom (1961/63 Vienna Convention on Diplomatic Relations). When the American State Department and Pakistani politicians declare Davis to have diplomatic immunity (after the event) and call for his release, they will bear the brunt of popular fury at what 180m people in Pakistan see as yet another violation of their country’s sovereignty, and the American terrorism in Pakistan.

Most legal experts don’t believe that Davis is a “diplomat”. Pro-American politicians and puppets in Pakistan publicly claim it is a matter for the courts to decide and have moved to charge Davis with the murders, enraging Americans and endangering billions of dollars in conditional aid. The US is not giving conditional aid to the Pakistani’s out of the goodness of their hearts. The money is being given to the Pakistani military to outsource its so-called war on ‘terrorism’.

CIA is ready to force Pakistan to release Davis and 10,000 other armed “textile and mango experts,” according to one intelligence agent familiar with the criminal case and speaking annonmously. “That may lead to a popular another uprising. A new government would prosecute armed American experts and diplomats; close US-NATO supply lines and seal the AfPak border,” he added. “But we have other puppets ever ready to take over, protect and serve our oil-gas and financial interests,” he explained.

American politicians don’t want Davis to face the music for his crimes in Pakistan. Instead they want Davis to evade justice because the court trial in Pakistan would open Pandora’s Box and set a precedent for future prosecutions. The trials would expose other American misdeeds in Pakistan and elsewhere. Pakistan courts have the right to rule on the criminal case without any fear or favour, blackmails, threats, economic sanctions and political pressures. Allowing Davis to evade justice and get away with the murders would lead to a revolution or uprising in Pakistan. The courts would become laughing stock if they don’t detect the forgeries or if they cave in.

CIA may food poison or kill Davis and blame Pakistan before he is prosecuted in Pakistan. Aletrnatively, if he is sentenced the US government will force Pakistan politicians pardon Davis or return him to serve his remaining term in America. Remember how British ambassador made Libyan rebels to deport illegal British armed diplomats who entered the country to deploy false flags, fund, train and arm terrorists and bombers in Libya in March 2011,” the source concluded.

For all the talk of Pakistan and the US being strategic allies in the war on terrorism, the two countries are a prickly pair as the CIA-Pentagon continues to bomb Pakistan, terrorise 180m people in Pakistan in order to win their hearts and minds. Ever wonder why billions of people do not like the US?

After his prosecution and conviction, Davis may be released only when American politicians:

a) close down all covert operations in Pakistan;

b) stop illegal drone attacks forever; and

c) write off $60 billion debts, etc.

In order to avert popular uprising and reduce terrorism, Pakistan must expel all American members of Delta Force (CIA-Pentagon, XE-Blackwater, Dynacorp etc) from the country immediately, prosecute and convict their hired Orange Force mercenaries (local paid bombers and killers); Seal Afghan-Pak border; stop the NWO American-NATO-PNAC terror supply line between Pakistan and Afghanistan…

Would that help stop false flags, and bring down or undo the PNAC’s American empire, without a long trillion dollar war, lies and war crimes?

With over killed over 6,700 and injured over 13,000 civilians over five years in Pakistan alone, why American and European Christian want Muslims to ‘integrate’ in farcical Western values in a bigot mindset that also treats them like primitive fourth class? How much more tolerance they expect Muslims to show?” according to an anonymous source who recently converted from Christianity to Islam.

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Finally, the real face of the CIA has been unveiled; it was discovered that Mr. Raymond Davis has been the master spy of the awful external arm of CIA, which in Noam Chomsky’s words, remains the world’s biggest and most dreadful terrorist organization.

CIA sponsors terrorism across the globe

The CIA relies upon drug money to fund its contractors employed through the Pentagon and the so-called Defense Department. It has been reported by the media that Raymond Davis was working as acting CIA chief. Davis replaced Jonathan Banks, the former CIA station chief who fled Pakistan, after a petition was filed in court against him; family members of drone-strike victims from North Waziristan sought legal action against Banks whose hands were drenched in the blood of thousands of innocent civilians. Banks is believed to be responsible for butchering thousands in drone attacks in Pakistan’s tribal areas. If he was a diplomat too why did he make good his escape?

Diplomats never roam about with a huge cache of spying gadgets, state-of-the-art weaponry, and top espionage equipment like GPS devices, Satellite phones and drone chips. Since the US embassy applied for a non–diplomatic visa for Raymond Davis at the Pakistani FO, once again the issue of diplomatic immunity remains out of question (Dunya News, Kharri Baat by Mubasherr Luqman).

Only the CIA hires contactors from so-called security firms like Black Water (now known as Xe Services LLC) DynCorp and others for its expeditious operations in other countries and even inside the US. According to Chomsky, their missions include espionage, sabotage, unfolding chaos, and anarchy, abduction and kidnapping for blackmailing and ransom, killing and targeting high value and high profile figures, triggering unrest (including economic and strategically planned situations), bomb blasts and spying on governments and institutions. These are only few missions and objectives, which have been mentioned here. Apart from these, contactors of this kind have a very wide spectrum of activities, and they are most highly paid, and that’s why the CIA has to raise drug money from places like South America and Afghanistan to fund their filthy game.

Shocking and chilling revelations have been made by the Raymond’s GPS device, mobile phone and wireless phone. Data retrieved by Pakistan’s premier intelligence agency (the ISI) has revealed that Raymond Davis has links with Pakistani-based terrorist organizations and has been roaming in the South Waziristan Agency. He has entered the area no less than a dozen times. His links with TTP and other terrorist faction leaders have been a tremendous discovery, and this is further confirmed by Gen Kiyani’s statement that Americans have infiltrated the Talban ranks in the guise of Taliban fighters. In this connection, it is important to note that more than 80% of CIA assets working inside Pakistan are local people such as retired security officials, businessman, journalists, and common people.

It was quite easy for the CIA to hire local people in the wake of growing unemployment, poverty, and above all, their lust for money and wealth. These local assets can be clearly seen when they infiltrate the Pakistani media too, where they openly speak in favour of US interests in Pakistan and warn Pakistanis of horrible consequences if the US is to abandon Pakistan and break all “friendly ties.” One of the main threats used is the threat of American aid being halted over the Raymond Davis issue. This is a very well known tactic for intimidation in order to promote the interests of a foreign country.

According to Gen Aslam Beg (on ARY news); it is quite possible that the CIA is behind the TTP, Asian Tigers and other terrorist organizations operating in the FATA region of Pakistan. They are working as front organizations of the CIA and the international coalition of the hostile espionage apparatus that is aimed at toppling Pakistan. This is the reason why Gen. Kiyani has  expressed that CIA operatives working in disguise of Taliban have been involved in attacks on  security forces and  military personnel (Daily Jang 27th Feb). These facts have been narrated by the Pakistani media as well as the western media including; the New York Times and the Guardian. Both these foreign newspapers have stated that Raymond has been working for CIA espionage and sabotage missions inside Pakistan.

According to the New York Times, the ISI have demanded the CIA to hand over the complete and elaborate lists of all the CIA and US Defense Department contractors operating inside Pakistan along with details of their responsibilities, obligations and locations. According to Pakistani secret agencies, more than 364 CIA operatives have been working on very sensitive missions assigned by their superiors in Langley. Their activities are clandestine and they have a direct adverse impact on the strategic interests of Pakistan, its security and its integrity.

According to Russia’s Foreign Intelligence Service (SVR) report, Raymond and his accomplices were planning to hand over biological, chemical and nuclear weapons (possibly a dirty bomb) to be used against the Americans in Afghanistan and Pakistan in order to carryout a false flag. This would serve as a pretext for claiming that terrorist had acquired the material from Pakistani nuclear arsenal, which would then build a strong case against Pakistan’s nuclear program. These revelations have been further consolidated by the recent arrest of another CIA operative in Peshawar’s university town, where a safe haven of Black Water and CIA was suspected long before. This area has served as a nest for terrorist-manufacturing architects. It is believed that hundreds of his accomplices cum spies have gone under ground to escape arrest. The name of the CIA operative is Aaron Mark De Haven, and he was involved in suspicious activities under the blanket of a Muslim name, an NGO called Catalyst as well as a local woman whom he married. It is believed now that NGOs like US AID as well as others working in “rebuilding activities” of FATA (after the recent massive floods), are likely to be front organization of a massive spy network, and their strict scrutiny and quarantine is the need of the hour.

A tremendously built underground espionage and sabotage labyrinth is being unearthed; it is studded with a huge contingent of CIA rats active in hollowing out the integrity and territorial foundations of Pakistan.

With the advent of the recent crackdown against CIA assets inside Pakistan, and the arrest of Raymond Davis, a goldmine of thousands of lethal secrets have come into the hands of the Pakistani intelligence agencies. They have uncovered the real monster behind the reign of terror, chaos and bloodbath prevailing for years in Pakistan. This discovery has also led to the naked reality that terrorist factions like Lashkar-e-Jhangavi, TTP, Asian Tigers, Punjabi Taliban, BLA and BRA are only front organizations, and the real driving force emanates from Langley under the cloak of a War on Terror, foreign aid, humanitarian missions, and diplomatic immunity. In fact, the Americans have been bolstering those who they have been previously denouncing publically. They have been working on a vicious self-serving neo imperialist agenda through tactics of deception and trickery against the whole world, especially nuclear Pakistan, using a false flag strategy, as well as bogus and sham operations, including 9/11. All foreign NGOs should be scrutinized to disinfect them from spy work and espionage activities.

According to the Express Tribune, Raymond Davis had close ties with the TTP that were revealed during the investigations. Davis was instrumental in recruiting young people from Punjab for the Tehreek-e-Taliban in order to fuel the bloody insurgency. Call records of the cell phones recovered from Davis have established his links with 33 Pakistanis, including 27 militants from the TTP and Lashkar-e-Jhangvi sectarian outfit (The Express Tribune, February 22nd, 2011).

The time has arrived for Pakistan to ask its American and NATO allies to refrain from bolstering and patting the terrorists and enemies of Pakistan such as the Indians as well as Pakistani fugitives sitting in the lap of Americans. Similarly, they should decommission the CIA and other hostile agency assets working to hollow out Pakistan’s integrity. They should stop their undeclared war against Pakistan under the Af-Pak doctrine, which has been designed to shift the Afghan unrest and civil war inside Pakistan. They should also do away with sending CIA and Mossad operatives on fake visas to enter Pakistan through Dubai, Bangkok and New Delhi. Pakistan’s security agencies should continue to identify and arrest those traitors and black sheep inside the Pakistani government and establishment who provide visas to wolves and butchers. Alarm bells are sounding loud to awaken our establishment because a clear and present danger is in the making, and it is set to topple Pakistan.

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26/11 Revisited: Raymond Davis and a Travesty of Justice

By Jonathan Azaziah

The events of November 26th, 2008 will forever live in infamy. The terror attacks perpetrated against the Indian city of Mumbai shook the South Asia subcontinent to its core, leaving 195 confirmed dead and at least 295 other innocents wounded (1). The terror was said to be manufactured in Pakistan, the self-declared enemy of India, “the world’s largest democracy.” It was carried out by expertly trained “Jihadi terrorists” as per the direction of Pakistani intelligence and elements within the Pakistani government. This delusional fallacy however, is devoid of any basis in reality and nothing more than a concoction of the vitriol-spewing institution known as the mainstream media.

This institution of vileness, depravity and criminality is owned by a cabal of individuals who share common interests in supporting a certain illegal entity nestled on stolen Arab land in what is now known as occupied Palestine. This cabal adheres to an ideology which justifies the murderous occupiers’ ethnic cleansing, land theft, terrorism and 63 years of bloodshed inflicted upon the indigenous Palestinians with xenophobic fairy tales of chosenness.

This ideology is Zionism and its adherent cabal of Zionist media owners are Redstone, Murdoch, Zucker, Saban, Bronfman, Bewkes, Immelt, Iger, Sulzberger and Zell to name the most prominent few. These men infected the world with the virus of falsehood in regards to the illegal invasion and occupation of Afghanistan and the annihilation of Iraq. They pieced together a multi-billion dollar Hollywood blockbuster for the September 11th attacks and repeated the same propagandistic formula for the 26/11 attacks in Mumbai.

In each case, supremely malevolent Arab (and Muslim) villains were presented to the public as the culprits for crimes superceding the very limits of iniquity. And in each case, these egregious stories were used to cover up the real perpetrators of the criminal acts: the Israeli Mossad, its worldwide network of sayanim and its allies in the international intelligence community.

26/11 was a well-planned, well-financed paramilitary operation with Mossad at the head, Hindutvadi India’s RAW serving as a close partner and the CIA providing additional support. No criminal from any one of these organizations has been arrested, let alone tried in court. Instead, a 23-year old man who has been framed from the very beginning of the 26/11 operation has been tried, convicted and sentenced to death for being the mastermind of the carnage on that November day. His name is Mohammad Ajmal Mohammad Amir Kasab, and what has been done to him is a travesty of justice that began with Zionism and will end with Hindutva. The Bombay High Court says this that innocent man “should be hanged by the neck until he is dead (2).”a

Mossad and RAW or Kasab?

Ajmal Kasab has been convicted of several criminal counts, including multiple murders, conspiracy and even war crimes (3). Three of the victims of these alleged murders, were former chief of the Anti-Terrorism Squad Hemant Karkare and two of his colleagues, top police officers as well. The Indian courts would like the world to believe that this man, this lone 23-year old man, singlehandedly eliminated three top policemen (among scores of other innocents) and served as the commander of a multi-faceted criminal conspiracy that took nearly two decades of planning, when Ajmal Kasab was barely 5 years old. The conviction came to fruition based on an absolute lack of evidence.

Contrary to all diatribes presented by the Zionist media and its Hindutvadi counterparts and sister networks in India, Ajmal Kasab has no links to Pakistan whatsoever, let alone “Lashkar-e-Taiba (4).” RAW, IB and India’s top police authorities have been manipulating front organizations posing as “Islamic terrorists” and leaving false flags on their path of destruction for decades; a top Indian legal officer has even exposed this trickery in court (5). Kasab is a tragic byproduct of this extensive Hindutvadi operation of deception and sabotage, which RAW learned from a close working relationship with the Mossad (6).

Kasab has accused RAW and the Zionist entity of framing him, planting false evidence and shooting him to make it appear like he took part in the heinous 26/11 assault (7). Not only was Ajmal Kasab framed, his life destroyed, his reputation tarnished forever, and his very existence now at the mercy of Zionism and Hindutva due to the 26/11 event, he was kidnaped at least two years prior to the false flag in Mumbai and illegally held in an Indian dungeon, waiting to be “activated” as the patsy for the comprehensive intelligence operation. Ajmal Kasab, along with nearly 200 others, were kidnaped by RAW while on a business trip in Nepal some time before 2006. Human rights advocates and the parents of Ajmal Kasab filed petitions with the Nepalese Supreme Court, but to no avail. Their son disappeared without a trace, only to resurface in 2008 as a murderous “terrorist (8).”

Ajmal Kasab is a victim of 26/11, not the perpetrator of it. 26/11 was an intricate, multi-layered intelligence and paramilitary operation that involved Mossad at the highest level, RAW and IB as its working partners, and CIA providing the Israeli mass murder organization with vital support. The operation began in 1992 with the demolition of the ancient Babri Masjid. It escalated with the slew of bombs that terrorized Bombay (Mumbai) in 1993. Training exercises with Zionist-trained Hindutvadi operatives in the field were conducted in 2006 and September 2008, in Mumbai and Malegaon. This groundwork prepared all of the criminal parties involved for November 26, 2008.

The purposes for the attack were to demolish peace talks between India, Pakistan and Iran, cover up the excessive Hindutvadi-Zionist crimes against humanity in occupied Kashmir, permanently eliminate ATS chief Hemant Karkare for investigating links between Zionism, Hindutva and false flag terrorism throughout India and solidify India’s participation in the TAPI pipeline, a vastly lucrative energy project controlled by the Mossad-headed Merhav Group (9). Kasab’s conviction and sentencing puts one more stamp on the cover-up while the criminals, who reside in Washington D.C., Herzliya, Tel Aviv and New Delhi, remain at large.

Davis, Kasab and Fission Field Warfare

On January 27, 2011, a man claiming to be a US diplomat under the pseudonym ‘Raymond Allen Davis,’ gunned down two young, unarmed Pakistani men in front of the American embassy in Lahore. ‘Davis’ claimed that the men were armed and they were attempting to rob him. Nothing could be further from the truth. What ‘Raymond Davis’ actually is, isn’t even in the same galaxy where agents of diplomacy exist. Davis is not only tied to infamous hunter-killed mercenary firm Blackwater {Xe} (10), he is an ex-special forces officer who was the acting head of the CIA in Pakistan after the Pakistani people drove out Islamabad CIA station chief ‘Jonathan Banks (11).’

The innocent Pakistani men were not shot dead because they were attempting to rob Davis. They were shot dead because they witnessed Davis and another group of mercenaries loading their cars with machine guns and explosives, and overheard them discussing their trip into an area of Lahore known for “terror bombings.” While Davis was detained, the other car, full of mercenaries, jetted away and ran over another innocent Pakistani in the process (12). The phone found in Davis’ car, revealed that the CIA-Xe murderer made several calls to an organization known as the ‘Tehrik-I-Taliban (13),’ a group linked to hundreds of bombings across Pakistan in the last 10 years. Pakistani police also discovered photographs of sensitive military defense installations on Davis’ camera, including the Balahisar Fort, the headquarters of the paramilitary Frontier Corps in the strategically important city of Peshawar and several Pakistan Army bunkers on the border with India (14). Pakistani police want Davis charged with espionage.

Davis’ connections to Blackwater (Xe) and his occupation as an operative for the CIA, along with his cold-blooded murder of two innocent men are more than enough to have him prosecuted and convicted of multiple crimes. But it is the details beneath the surface of the double homicide that connect Davis to a much greater, and much more sinister conspiracy. The conversations with the ‘Tehrik-I-Taliban,’ his photography of military installations that serve as the stomping grounds for the upper echelons of the Pakistani defense establishment, and his crew of mercenaries traveling to a “terror hotbed” destination point with explosives and machine guns directly link Davis to a long-running false flag terrorism operation known as the ‘Dragon Policy,’ run by the Zionist entity and its confederates inside RAW, the CIA and Blackwater.

The Dragon Policy is one of the most successful enterprises of the illegitimate Israeli state’s fission field warfare, the pinnacle of false flag terrorism. This highly sophisticated operation is a multi-faceted cohesion between intelligence, military, media and politics, all for the purpose of fragmenting nations that are seen as threats to the global agenda of international Zionism. Excluding occupied Iraq, no nation has been hit more ruthlessly than the Islamic Republic of Pakistan. And no area of Pakistan has been hit more barbarically than Peshawar, which has been transformed into a Mossad-RAW stronghold. Hence, Davis’ photos of military installations in the city.

Mossad and RAW, the two principal executors of the Dragon Policy, set up four agencies in 2001 which would target Pakistan’s societal top tier, from finance to politics, religion to military. These agencies would seduce, blackmail, train and employ young Pakistani men from different sects and serve as their handlers in carrying out terrorism across Pakistan. Once the recruits are in the field, they are met by their handlers under the guise of ‘Al-Qaeda’ or the ‘Tehrik-I-Taliban’ and issued money, weapons and other supplies. These meetings are then reported by the Zionist media as coordination between terror groups. When these stooge agents are unable to secure a ‘checkout,’ or completion of their mission, the ordnance units of Mossad and RAW take to the field in collaboration with sleeper cells of Xe contractors to spread the chaos. The blood-drenched end result is still reported by the cabalistic Zionist media as “Islamic extremism,” to the detriment of Pakistan (15).

Davis’ exploits aren’t just another example of American military malevolence exercised on the hallowed grounds of a sovereign Muslim nation, they are an example of a full-blown Israeli intelligence operation that is tearing Pakistan apart. And Davis’ arrest does not just have the potential to cripple the relations between Pakistan and the United States, it has the potential to remove the curtains on the vampiric Zionist entity’s criminal activity in Pakistan and bring it to light for all of the world to see. Every moment that Davis remains alive, Israel and its allies in RAW, the CIA and Blackwater are at risk. Do not be surprised if Davis winds up dead at the hands of one of the Dragon Policy’s endless supply of patsies.

The Pakistani government refuses to give into the United States’ diplomatic pressure at the hands of Zionist lapdogs like warmonger Hillary Clinton and Skull-and-Bones alumni John Kerry. Pakistan’s government is seeking to prosecute Raymond Davis to the fullest extent of its anti-terror laws (16). Under pressure already from its citizens over the incessant murders of thousands of innocents at the hands of CIA-operated drones, as well as the rape, torture, brutalization and illegal detention of Dr. Aafia Siddiqui by various military factions of the USA, the Pakistani government is on the verge of collapse if it makes one more ill-advised political decision.

Unlike the recent wave of revolutionary fervor that has gripped the Middle East and North Africa, which is comprised of real rage but equally real globalist-manipulation, any folly with the fate of Raymond Davis will trigger a real revolution and bring down the Zionist Power Configuration’s puppet regime and send Zardari and his band of thieves to the gallows (17). Many are advocating a deal that would swap Dr. Aafia Siddiqui’s freedom for the CIA-Xe murderer’s freedom. Millions of Pakistanis already want to see Dr. Siddiqui come home and put her Zionist-designed nightmare behind her (if that would even be humanly possible), from those residing in squalor in Pakistan’s most downtrodden slums to those operating clandestinely in the zeniths of Pakistan’s intelligence community (18). Any other scenario is utterly unacceptable.

An integral part of Israel’s fission field warfare, and the grandfather of the policy, the Fracture Theory of Zion (FTZ), is the origin point; the very reason for an operation to be orchestrated to begin with. The death sentence of Ajmal Kasab, and its broadcasting across the global networks of Zionist-owned news outlets, has taken the world’s mind off of Raymond Davis and his double murder, his espionage and his links to Israel’s conduction of terrorism in Pakistan. Davis’ possible outing is the origin point for the Zionist entity’s latest batch of media lies about the 26/11 false flag attack. Now, international attention is on Pakistan for its “training and funding” of Ajmal Kasab, instead of Raymond Davis’ murder of two unarmed Pakistani men and the lawlessness that the United States has spread at Israel’s command throughout the Islamic nation. Kasab’s fate is nothing more than cannon fodder for the Zionist entity’s global chess game in which it looks to bury all of its criminality in proverbial sarcophaguses.

Conclusion: Another Tragedy and Occupied Kashmir

Raymond Davis’ murder of two young Pakistanis on January 27, 2011 was not only an act of war against Pakistan and a despicable criminal act, it was a gruesome tragedy. These men had families like any other human being residing on this planet, no matter how inconceivable that may be (due to the xenophobic hatred towards Arabs and Muslims spread by the pro-Israel media monopoly). The wife of Muhammad Fahim, one of the young men murdered by Davis, committed suicide by swallowing rat poison. She just couldn’t bear living without her husband whom she loved dearly. The young woman’s last wish was to see Davis brought to justice for his monstrous crime (19).

In addition to the evidence which has surfaced that links Raymond Allen Davis to the Dragon Policy of Zionism and Hindutva, it is now confirmed that Davis’ activities were not just confined to Pakistan but occupied Kashmir as well. Davis was attempting to penetrate several “jihadist” groups in occupied Kashmir (20), or in terms devoid of Zionism, groups of indigenous Resistance. Flattening the Azadi Movement in occupied Kashmir is a top priority for the Zionist-Hindutvadi nexus in the South Asia subcontinent.

Hindutva’s security forces have been trained by the Zionist entity since the 1980s. These brutal thugs carry Israeli rifles, are well-schooled in Israeli torture techniques and there are 500,000-700,000 of them occupying the soil of Kashmir at all times, making Kashmir the most militarized zone on earth. The human rights violations by Indian soldiers are vast, from mass graves to torture, rape to kidnaping, and they are fully protected by the Hindutvadi government through the Armed Forces Special Powers Act (AFSPA) and the Public Safety Act (PSA). These two acts allow Indian troops to shoot to kill, arrest with no warrant, and kidnap with no provocation with complete impunity.

Israeli commander Eli Katzir has been operating a counter-terrorism unit in occupied Kashmir for over a decade and Mossad agents posing as tourists routinely travel to the Vale to conduct surveillance for their superiors in Herzliya and Tel Aviv. As per the Dragon Policy, drug barons on the payroll of Mossad, Aman and RAW have infected Kashmiri society with narcotics and fomented rampant usage of the poison. Over 100,000 Kashmiris have been murdered since 1989 and they continue to suffer unspeakably on a daily basis (21). 10 Kashmiris, including 6 children, were murdered by Hindutvadi forces in February alone, 59 people were severely wounded and over 91 civilians were illegally detained (22). Live ammunition and tear gas are routinely dispensed on the unarmed population, and none of this misery ever makes the news, mainstream or otherwise.

Just like the Zionist entity always generates fission field warfare and fracture theory operations to cover up its daily abuses and horrors in occupied Palestine, it uses its octopus-like media to cover up the same abuses and horrors in occupied Kashmir to protect its Hindutva asset. While politicos from the world over debate the true status of Raymond Davis, Kashmir’s suffering remains ignored and Dragon Policy objectives continue to be carried out in Pakistan. The Israeli regime’s favorite weapon and infamous signature, the car bomb, was used to murder 31 innocents and critically injure 70 others at a funeral in Peshawar on March 9, 2011. The Tehrik-I-Taliban, a known front for the Mossad-RAW nexus, has typically taken responsibility for the bloodshed (23). Peshawar is an acropolis for Mossad and RAW; a hub for terrorism where agents from the two intelligence agencies have been caught previously (24), and it was a frequent travel stop for none other than Raymond Davis while he worked at the US Consulate under a Blackwater alias (25).

The diplomatic war now taking place between Pakistan and the Zionist-occupied United States government over Raymond Davis will most assuredly remain out of the public eye. Independent media outlets like Opinion Maker, Veterans Today and blogs known for their investigative prowess will stand alone as the providers of updates on the dirty game. Instead, the public will be bombarded with more Zionist-written fantasies about Taliban terror and served a steady diet of the ingenuity of “Al-Qaeda” extremists finding new ways to hurt America over the Internet or maybe even greeting cards. The more ridiculous, the better. Dessert will be the rehashing of the abyssal evil of Mohammad Ajmal Mohammad Amir Kasab, who carried out 26/11 to bring India, “a flourishing democracy” according to Zionist stooge Barack Obama, to its knees.

Never will they know that Mohammad Ajmal Mohammad Amir Kasab is as innocent as the Palestinian child in his home in occupied al-Khalil bulldozed by IOF’s barbarous killers. Or the Lebanese mother in southern Beirut who loses her life to an American-made Israeli-dropped cluster bomb as she walks out of her door to check her mail. Or the generations of Iraqis who will suffer immeasurably due to the depleted uranium unleashed on their precious soil by Western occupying forces and the Zionist entity’s intelligence operatives (26). Never will they know that Mohammad Ajmal Mohammad Amir Kasab’s life has been ruined by Zionism and Hindutva, and his wrongful, criminal conviction will lead to more savagery carried out in occupied Kashmir in his name. Never will they know this travesty of justice, or other travesties of justice carried out by this worldwide elitist network of gangsters and thieves. And what may be the saddest of all is, never will they even care.

Shumaila Kanwal, the wife of Muhammad Fahim, one of Raymond Davis’ victims, said before she succumbed to the effects of the poison she ingested in her suicide attempt, “The way my husband was shot, his killer should be shot in the same fashion. I prefer death over injustice (27).” Justice for Muhammad Fahim. Justice for Faizan Haider. Justice for Ibadur Rehman. And now justice for Shumaila Kanwal. Justice will be interpreted as the harshest punishment possible for the Dragon Policy’s point man in Pakistan, Raymond Davis. Once he is dealt with, may the lions of justice tarry on the hunt, until the globe holders who dictate Zionist-Hindutvadi hegemony pay for their inhumanity too.

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Raymond Davis Release: Advantage ISI

Submitted by Aurangzeb on March 17, 2011 – 3:59 pm

As March 16 dawned over Pakistan, perhaps no one except for the powers-that-be realized that Raymond Davis would soon be free.

Earlier in the morning, the Lahore Sessions Court had indicted Davis, a CIA contractor, for murder, after he allegedly shot dead Faizan Haider and Mohammad Faheem in Lahore this past January 27.

Hours later, the news broke that Davis was a free man, after he paid blood money to the families of Faizan and Faheem. According to Geo News, Punjab Law Minister Rana Sanaullah announced that the families had forgiven Davis, and been paid blood money under the Shariah law of Qisas and Diyat. Another report aired on the channel said that 18 members of both families had announced in front of the judge in Kot Lakhpat jail that they had forgiven Raymond Davis, after which cash was handed over to the families. However, the families’ lawyer Asad Manzoor Butt told Geo News that they were forcibly made to forgive Davis, after being led to jail by a man without identification.

Munawar Hasan, leader of the right-wing religious party Jamaat-e-Islami, reacted to the news by accusing the government of being slaves of the United States. “They should know that traitor governments do not last for very long,” he said. “They have mocked the law, and the families were forcibly made to sign the Diyat document. Davis was involved with terrorist organizations, and yet they have let him go. The ISI claims to love the country, but they sell people to the States in exchange for dollars, they have failed in their love for the nation today.” Hasan says protests against the release of Raymond Davis will be held in the major cities of Pakistan.

Conflicting reports have emerged about how much money has been paid to the families. Sources on various TV channels aired figures ranging from Rs. 60 million to Rs. 200 million (approximately $700,000 to $2,350,000). Davis’s whereabouts are also unknown – Dunya News said he had flown to the United States, whereas Geo News claimed he had flown to Bagram Air Base in Afghanistan. Another story attributed to “sources” on Geo News also said that Faizan’s widow Zehra had allegedly left for the United States.

Ahsan Iqbal, member of the PML-N, a major opposition party in Pakistan headed by former Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif, told me in a telephone interview:

What has happened is between the families of the victims and the court and the law, if they have settled for the blood money under the law, then it is the law of the land. If the court has made a judgment we cannot challenge the judgement. However, it also shows that Davis didn’t enjoy diplomatic immunity and his case was settled under Pakistan’s law and not under the clauses of the diplomatic immunity.

Najam Sethi, a TV anchor and journalist, claimed on TV and Twitter that Punjab’s Chief Minister and PML-N leader (and Nawaz Sharif’s brother) Shahbaz Sharif had been involved in the negotiations between both parties. However, Iqbal denied the story to me, saying, “It has been very categorically clarified that Punjab government had nothing to do with the settlement, it is between the families and the accused.”

Retired General Talat Masood, a defence analyst, told me that that Davis’s release is a consequence of the smoothing over of relations between the CIA’s and the ISI. “It’s a good development, it demonstrates that both have come to an understanding about how they will operate with each other, and co-operate in Pakistan and Afghanistan. The ISI has also determined certain boundaries about how the CIA will operate in the country.” Masood says that this was a difficult decision for Pakistan for many reasons, which include changing the Pakistan-U.S. relationship from co-operative to confrontational, and then dealing with the right-wing and religious parties’ aggressive stance on Raymond Davis.

A senior security official in Pakistan, speaking under condition of anonymity, told me that, “The Americans had been working on this, they thought that this (the diyat law) was the only way out.” And ISI and CIA relations? “The ISI has laid down their terms for reengagement of certain areas where they felt they’d been bypassed, and the other side realized that they needed them. Both agencies need each other.”

While rumours and more conspiracy theories continue to swirl in the air, it is evident that Pakistan has emerged as the biggest winner from Davis’s strange and sordid case. While the religious parties may cry themselves hoarse over sovereignty of the country and rule of law, the ISI in particular has the upper hand here, and has impressed upon the CIA to make it clear that they cannot run a network under the noses of the powerful spy agency. To use tennis lingo: Advantage: ISI. What happens in the next round is anyone’s guess.

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Davis’ release challenged in Lahore High Court

LAHORE: A petition challenging CIA contractor Raymond Davis’ release was filed in the Lahore High Court (LHC) on Thursday.

The petition, filed by Barrister Iqbal Jafri, stated that the families of Faizan and Faheem were pressurized by the government into pardoning Davis.

The petitioner stated that Davis’ pardoning and immediate release was in violation of the law.

The petitioner requested the court to invalidate the decision and direct the authorities to initiate proceedings against “those who brought about Davis’ release”.

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Diplomat or not, Davis departs

LAHORE: Ending one of Pakistan’s most testing diplomatic crises, 36-year-old American national Raymond Allen Davis – accused of being a CIA contractor and charged with killing two Pakistanis in a busy Lahore street in January, – was released by a Lahore sessions court on Wednesday after spending 48 days in detention.

Davis was released after paying Rs200 million as ‘blood money’ to the legal heirs of the deceased and Rs20,000 as fine for carrying an illegal weapon.

The court also awarded Davis 41 days imprisonment, equal to the number of days he had already spent in jail, while granting Davis benefit under section 382-B of the Criminal Procedure Code (CrPC) that relates to reduction in period of sentence of imprisonment.

However, despite the seeming resolution of the crisis, the thorny question of Davis’ status in Pakistan, and whether or not he was a diplomat entitled to immunity, remained unaddressed.

While the compensation amount was paid, US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton has denied that the American government had paid anything. US admission of having paid compensation would have confirmed that Davis was, after all, not entitled to immunity and was  not a diplomat – which would have gone against Washington’s uncompromising stance on the issue that had been reiterated by even President Barack Obama himself.

How it went down

Additional District and Sessions Judge Muhammad Yousaf Aoujla issued the order while holding the trial of the accused at Kot Lakhpat jail.

US Consul General in Lahore, Carmela Conroy, was also present on the occasion.

There were a number of new twists and turns which resulted in the surprise release of Davis.  A new counsel, Raja Irshad, appeared on behalf of the complainants – the legal heirs of the deceased Faizan Haider and Faheem Shamshad – and requested the court to summon his clients, deputy prosecutor general Muhammad Akram told The Express Tribune.

Irshad filed an application under section 345 CrPC, saying the heirs have arrived at a compromise with the accused, and have no objection over his release, Akram said.

He added that a total of 18 legal heirs of the two deceased appeared before the court, proved their identity, submitted their affidavits and also showed receipts verifying the monetary compensation they had received.

Court sources added that Rs190,000 were deposited in the court treasury for the mother and sister of deceased Shumaila, wife of Shamshad, who committed suicide soon after her husband’s killing.

Zahra Faizan, Haider’s widow, also appeared before the court and said she had taken Rs30 million as compensation and had no objection over the release of the accused, sources said.

The judge repeatedly asked the legal heirs if they were coerced into arriving at this compromise but they maintained it was made under their free will, the sources added.

‘New lawyer’ negotiates the deal

Raja Irshad, the complainants’ new counsel on Wednesday, and a lawyer attached to the Supreme Court in Islamabad, said he was engaged by the victims’ families just two days ago to negotiate the agreement for them and represent them in court, according to The New York Times.

Irshad arrived from Islamabad just in time, as the court judge was beginning proceedings to indict Davis, and presented the judge with a signed agreement under which both families accepted the payment of “blood money” and pardoned the accused, The New York Times added.

“The families wanted this and they gave their statements voluntarily,” Irshad said while speaking to The New York Times.

In an interview later, Irshad said he had no dealings with American officials and that the Pakistani government had paid the compensation to the families in Lahore.

After the judge concluded the proceedings, the US consulate representatives and members of the victims’ families, along with their new counsel left Kot Lakhpat jail in a convoy of seven vehicles.

Soon after, Raymond Davis was flown out to the Bagram Air Base in Afghanistan, where he was to undergo a medical examination and be interviewed by American officials, The New York Times added.

Old lawyer caught ‘unawares’

The stand of the complainants’ former counsel Advocate Asad Manzoor Butt, however, posed new questions. Butt said that the “blood money” deal was done without his knowledge and that he was in detention when it was made.

“I was not allowed to participate in the proceedings of the case … and could not see or approach my clients,” the BBC quoted Butt as saying.

“I and my associate were kept under forced detention for four hours. If my clients have indeed signed a blood money deal, then this has been done behind my back and I don’t know anything about it,” he added.

Butt said he had been trying to contact the families since March 14 but their phones were off.

Who paid for the release?

The New York Times adds that in remarks to reporters in Cairo, Secretary of State Hillary Clinton thanked Pakistani officials and the families of the two men for agreeing to release Davis. “We appreciate the actions they took that enabled Mr Davis to leave Pakistan and head back home,” she said.

Asked about reports of compensation, she replied, “The United States did not pay any compensation.” Asked if someone else paid compensation at the request of the United States, she said “you should ask the families and the Pakistani government.”

Davis to be investigated in US

After his release from Pakistan, the US Department of Justice has opened an investigation against Raymond Davis in the Lahore incident, US ambassador to Pakistan Cameron Munter said in a press release.

The ambassador added that the families of the victims of the January 27 incident in Lahore have pardoned Raymond Davis.

The statement did not mention any details about any reported ‘blood money’ paid to the heirs of the two victims killed by Davis nor was there any mention of issuance of US visas to some members of the victims’ families. Alberto Rodriguez, spokesperson to the US embassy in Islamabad refused further comment when contacted.

Munter in his statement expressed gratitude to the family members of the victims for their ‘generosity,’ adding he “wish[ed] to express, once again, [his] regret over the incident and [his] sorrow at the suffering it caused”.

“I wish to express my respect for Pakistan and its people, and my thanks for their commitment to building our relationship, to everyone’s benefit,” he added.

With additional reporting by Irfan Ghauri in Islamabad.

Published in The Express Tribune, March 17th, 2011.

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Davis’Release To Create Chaos: Gen Gul

LAHORE – Former ISI chief Lt General (r) Hameed Gull has warned that releasing Raymond Davis would bring chaos for the government.

Addressing the Nazaria Pakistan Conference here on Friday, he said, “America, which is weakening day-by-day cannot do anything against Pakistan and the time has reached when the government refuse to bow before any US demand.

Nazaria Pakistan Trust Chairman and Editor-in-Chief TheNation Majid Nizami presided on the 2nd day of the conference. Senator SM Zafar, Deputy Speaker Punjab Assembly Rana Mashood and Sahibzada Sultan Ahmad Ali also addressed on the occasion. Gull paid tribute to Majid Nizami for establishing a national institute for securing the ideology of Pakistan.

He said he heard the good news that the US wanted to end diplomatic ties with Pakistan. If this happened our sovereignty would be secured, he added. American, Israel and India’s unity is against Pakistan, former army officers told the crowd of hundreds who attended the moot. “There is no difference between Islam and Pakistan and sectarianism is totally against the Islamic system.”

Gull said the rulers always made decision against the national interest. And now it was the duty of the youth to bring out an Islamic revolution which was the real demand of the 88 percent of the population. Speaking on the occasion, Senator SM Zafar said the Kashmiris had been sacrificing for freedom since last half century and if the Indian government had now resisted to their demands than time would slipped and other 32 separatist movements inside India would also become strong, he added. He assured that whole Kashmir would be the part of Pakistan. Rana Mashood said none other political party despite of Muslim League could secure the Pakistan Ideology. Sahibzada Sultan delivered a lecture on the teachings of Islam regarding importance of scientific education.

Pakistan tells US to sharply cut CIA activities

ISLAMABAD, Pakistan —  Pakistan has demanded that the United States steeply reduce the number of Central Intelligence Agency operatives and Special Operations forces working in Pakistan, and that it halt C.I.A. drone strikes aimed at militants in northwest Pakistan. The request was a sign of the near collapse of cooperation between the two testy allies.

Pakistani and American officials said in interviews that the demand that the United States scale back its presence was the immediate fallout from the arrest in Pakistan of Raymond A. Davis, a C.I.A. security officer who killed two men in January during what he said was an attempt to rob him.

In all, about 335 American personnel — C.I.A. officers and contractors and Special Operations forces — were being asked to leave the country, said a Pakistani official closely involved in the decision.

It was not clear how many C.I.A. personnel that would leave behind; the total number in Pakistan has not been disclosed. But the cuts demanded by the Pakistanis amounted to 25 to 40 percent of United States Special Operations forces in the country, the officials said. The number also included the removal of all the American contractors used by the C.I.A. in Pakistan.

The demands appeared severe enough to badly hamper American efforts — either through drone strikes or Pakistani military training — to combat militants who use Pakistan as a base to fight American forces in Afghanistan and plot terrorist attacks abroad.

The reductions were personally demanded by the chief of the Pakistani Army, Gen. Ashfaq Parvez Kayani, said Pakistani and American officials, who requested anonymity while discussing the delicate issue.

The scale of the Pakistani demands emerged as Lt. Gen. Ahmed Shuja Pasha, the head of Pakistan’s chief spy agency, the Inter-Services Intelligence Directorate, or the ISI, arrived in Washington on Monday for nearly four hours of meetings with the C.I.A. director, Leon E. Panetta, and Adm. Mike Mullen, the chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff.

Two senior American officials said afterward that General Pasha did not make any specific requests for reductions of C.I.A. officers, contractors or American military personnel in Pakistan at the meetings.

“There were no ultimatums, no demands to withdraw tens or hundreds of Americans from Pakistan,” said one of the officials, who spoke on the condition of anonymity because of the tensions between the two spy services.

A C.I.A. spokesman, George Little, called the meetings “productive” and said the relationship between the two services “remains on solid footing.”

The meetings were part of an effort to repair the already tentative and distrustful relations between the spy agencies. Those ties plunged to a new low as a result of the Davis episode, which has further exposed the divergence in Pakistani and American interests as the endgame in Afghanistan draws closer.

The Pakistani Army firmly believes that Washington’s real aim in Pakistan is to strip the nation of its prized nuclear arsenal, which is now on a path to becoming the world’s fifth largest, said the Pakistani official closely involved in the decision on reducing the American presence.

On the American side, frustration has built over the Pakistani Army’s seeming inability to defeat a host of militant groups, including the Taliban and Al Qaeda, which have thrived in Pakistan’s tribal areas despite more than $1 billion in American assistance a year to the Pakistani military.

In a rare public rebuke, a White House report to Congress last week described the Pakistani efforts against the militants as disappointing.

At the time of his arrest, Mr. Davis was involved in a covert C.I.A. effort to penetrate one militant group, Lashkar-e-Taiba, which has ties to Pakistan’s military and intelligence establishment, has made deepening inroads in Afghanistan, and is perceived as a global threat.

The C.I.A. had demanded that Mr. Davis be freed immediately, on the grounds that he had diplomatic immunity. Instead, he was held for 47 days of detention and, the officials said, questioned for 14 days by ISI agents during his imprisonment in Lahore, infuriating American officials. He was finally freed after his victims’ families agreed to take some $2.3 million in compensation.

Another price, however, apparently is the list of reductions in American personnel demanded by General Kayani, according to the Pakistani and American officials. American officials said last year that the Pakistanis had allowed a maximum of 120 Special Operations troops in the country, most of them involved in training the paramilitary Frontier Corps in northwest Pakistan. The Americans had reached that quota, the Pakistani official said.

In addition to the withdrawal of all C.I.A. contractors, Pakistan is demanding the removal of C.I.A. operatives involved in “unilateral” assignments like Mr. Davis’s that the Pakistani intelligence agency did not know about, the Pakistani official said.

An American official, who spoke on the condition of anonymity, said without elaborating that the Pakistanis had asked “for more visibility into some things” — presumably the nature of C.I.A. covert operations in the country — “and that request is being talked about.”

General Kayani has also told the Obama administration that its expanded drone campaign has gotten out of control, a Pakistani official said. Given the reluctance or inability of the Pakistani military to root out Qaeda and Taliban militants from the tribal areas, American officials have turned more and more to drone strikes, drastically increasing the number of attacks last year.

The drone campaign, which is immensely unpopular among the Pakistani public, had become the sole preserve of the United States, the Pakistani official said, since the Americans were no longer sharing intelligence on how they were choosing targets. The Americans have also extended the strikes to new parts of the tribal region, like the Khyber area near the city of Peshawar.

“Kayani would like the drones stopped,” said another Pakistani official who met with the military chief recently. “He believes they are used too frequently as a weapon of choice, rather than as a strategic weapon.” Short of that, General Kayani was demanding that the campaign return to its original, more limited, scope and remain focused narrowly on North Waziristan, the prime militant stronghold.

A drone attack last month, one day after Mr. Davis was released, hit Taliban fighters in North Waziristan, but also killed tribal leaders allied with the Pakistani military, infuriating General Kayani, who issued an unusually strong statement of condemnation afterward.

American officials defended the drone attack, saying it had achieved its goal of killing militants. But there have been no drone attacks since then.

General Kayani’s request to reduce the number of Special Operations troops by up to 40 percent would result in the closing of the training program begun last year at Warsak, close to Peshawar, an American official said.

Informed by American officials that the Special Operations training would end even with the partial reduction of 40 percent, General Kayani remained unmoved, the American official said.

American officials believed the training program was essential to improve the capacity of the nearly 150,000 Pakistani soldiers deployed to fight the Taliban in the tribal region.

The C.I.A. quietly withdrew all contractors after Mr. Davis’s arrest, the Pakistani official said.

Another category of American intelligence agents, declared operatives whose purpose was not clear, were also being asked to leave, the Pakistani official said.

In a sign of the severity of the breach between the C.I.A. and the ISI, the official said: “We’re telling the Americans: ‘You have to trust the ISI or you don’t. There is nothing in between.’ ”

CIA and ISI: Programmed to deceive

The inability for the CIA and Pakistan’s ISI to trust one another is leading to increasing tensions in the region.

Robert Grenier Last Modified: 21 Apr 2011

The hype preceding this past week’s meeting in Langley between General Ahmed Shuja Pasha of Pakistan’s Inter-Services Intelligence Directorate and Leon Panetta of the CIA gave it all the drama of a Western shoot-out. Indeed, the tension leading up to this supposed mano-a-mano confrontation had been building for many weeks – at least since the 27 January detention of CIA contractor Raymond Davis for shooting two Pakistanis during an attempted traffic robbery in Lahore.

Davis’ extended incarceration and the legal proceedings against him – pursued, according to the Americans, in violation of his diplomatic immunity – threatened to bring about a serious rupture in Pakistani-American relations. The circumstances of the shootings aside, the Pakistanis objected strenuously to what they regarded as Davis’ uncoordinated activities in Lahore, alleged to be aimed at the ISI-linked extremist group Lashkar-e Taiba, and to the CIA’s larger habit of taking unilateral action against militants in the tribal areas. Having wilfully refused to preempt a crisis over Davis, the Pakistanis instead let nature take its course, quickly making themselves hostage to a full-blown domestic political firestorm, as the CIA contractor became the focus of a paroxysm of popular anti-Americanism.

Faced with the ultimate necessity of finding some solution to the politically-charged impasse before permanent damage was done, the CIA and ISI finally managed to do so, arranging for Davis’ release on 16 March in return for a blood-money payment to the families of those killed. The speculation at the time was that this was but the visible part of the agreement, and that the ISI was demanding greater insight into, and a greater measure of control over, CIA activities in Pakistan.

If any such demand were made, the response came the following day, when a reported salvo of missiles killed 32 in North Waziristan, including some 13 alleged Taliban fighters. In response, the Pakistani Chief of Army Staff himself, General Ashfaq Pervaiz Kayani, issued an unusually strong condemnation of the attack, stating “It is highly regrettable that a jirga of peaceful citizens, including elders of the area, was carelessly and callously targeted with complete disregard to human life.”

General Kayani may have been genuinely outraged by the collateral casualties associated with this strike, but his pique was no doubt all the greater given that the targeted militants were adherents of Hafiz Gul Bahadur, a local North Waziristan militant chieftain with whom the Pakistani government has long cultivated relations to incentivises good behaviour on their side of the Durand Line, at the cost, it would appear, of turning a blind eye to Hafiz Gul’s record of militancy across the border in Afghanistan.

Such further evidence that the US and Pakistan are working increasingly at cross-purposes gave added credence to news stories accompanying Gen. Pasha’s arrival in the US, which alleged a Pakistani demand for the removal of hundreds of CIA personnel and US Special-Forces trainers from Pakistan, as well as a decrease in the rate of missile strikes and advance coordination of those which continue. While these stories and the numbers associated with them appear to be greatly exaggerated, they do reflect an alarming degree of apparent animosity between intelligence services in whose cooperation their respective countries retain a compelling interest. Indeed, the newfound truculence in Pakistan’s tone toward the Americans was perhaps best summed up by an anonymous Pakistani official: “We’re telling the Americans: ‘You have to trust the ISI or you don’t. There is nothing in between.'”

In the event, the Pasha-Panetta meeting appears from the press descriptions to have been anti-climactic; and just two days later, the process repeated itself: A pair of missiles allegedly struck militants associated with Maulvi Nazir, a South Waziristan militia leader of the Ahmedzai Wazirs, whose neutrality in its internecine warfare with the neighbouring Mehsuds the Pakistanis have gone to considerable lengths to maintain – to the consternation of the Americans and the Afghans reportedly menaced by him.

It is not surprising that the CIA and ISI should be at loggerheads. Each is a principal instrument of its respective government in dealing with the very broad phenomenon of religiously-inspired militancy in the region. But in many respects, the focus on relations between these two services is misplaced, for the fundamental differences between the US and Pakistan are issues of policy, not of practise. Where militancy is concerned, US and Pakistani interests may overlap, but they are far from being identical. That is the heart of the matter.

The ambivalence shown by Pakistan toward so-called Kashmiri groups such as Lashkar-e Taiba is a product both of continuing tensions over Kashmir and of domestic threat – that is, a combination of a lack of willingness and of a lack of ability. But so long as the LET poses an extra-regional terrorist threat, the US is not about to acquiesce meekly in Pakistan’s political equivocation. Similarly, given its complicated national-security calculus in Afghanistan and the even greater complications associated with its divide-and-rule tactics in the tribal territories, Pakistan’s forgiving policy toward militants such as the Haqqanis, Hafiz Gul, Maulvi Nazir and others is unlikely to change, as is the US tactic of striking them whenever possible.

With all due respect for the nameless Pakistani bureaucrat quoted above, his statement reflects a truth which he himself does not intend. Can the CIA and ISI trust one another? Of course they can: They can fully trust one another to carry forward the policies of the masters whom they serve. This means that they can be trusted to cooperate when it suits them, and to continue to mislead one another shamelessly when it does not. Such, inevitably, is the nature of relations between intelligence services. All the insistent political demands and all the bureaucratic confrontations in the world are not about to change this immutable fact. The solution to the war of the spies lies not with the spies themselves, but with those who make the policies they defend.

Robert Grenier is a retired, 27-year veteran of the CIA’s Clandestine Service. He was Director of the CIA’s Counter-Terrorism Centre from 2004 to 2006.

The views expressed in this article are the author’s own and do not necessarily reflect Al Jazeera’s editorial policy.

American terrorist Raymond Davis linked to bomb attacksby Parveez Syed © 2011 http://www.youtube.com/spsyedArrested American undercover agent Raymond Allen Davis (born 02 Oct 1974) linked to drone (bomb) attacks killing thousands of civilians in Pakistan, according to sources close to the investigation team who examined his GPS chip used to identify targets for drone attacks in the country. Davis visited and filmed the target areas, and had a network of terrorists, bombers and killers working for him.Between 2005 and 2010, American-sponsored terrorism and hundreds of illegal drone bombings have killed over 6,700 and injured over 13,000 civilians in Pakistan alone, proving barbic US and European Christians are not as ‘humanitarian’ as they claim deceptively.Davis remains in police custody for killing two men, Faizan Haider, 20 and Mohammed Faheem, 22, in Lahore on Thursday 27 January 2011. American politicians and their media fans continue to fabricate and concoct story to deliberatly keep public unaware of facts.Top-secret CIA documents show that Raymond Allen Davis (born 02 Oct 1974) was providing nuclear fissile material and biological agents to the ‘terrorists’ assigned to destabilise Pakistan. The documents show Davis had links with the terrorists, working on the CIA’s plan to sabotage, destabilise and disarm Pakistan. Davis also worked for American Task Force 373 (TF373), Blackwater XE, DynaCorp and other under cover American agencies still operating in Pakistan. TF373 (Delta Force) is assigned to hire locals (Orange Force) to plant bombs in Pakistan, destabilise and disarm the country. Davis was employed by the American under cover agencies, but this information is still withheld on the orders of American politicians. They also assassinated Pakistan minority minister Shahbaz Bhatti, a Catholic Christian, in Islamabad in March 2011.The two men were shot nine times from the back through his windshield, some 50 meters away, as they rode away from their armed and dangerous killer. There was no exchange of fire, and the victims’ licenced guns were not ready to fire. The two victims were armed, but did not fire a single round. The weapon recovered from Davis has no legal permit and the bullets used are also banned in many countries. After killing the two men, instead of fleeing, Davis got out of his car to photograph his victims with his cellphone. His wife, Rebecca Davis, has referred Colorado journalist’s questions to the CIA. The victims had no criminal records.Davis, who has expired ‘business visa,’ does not have diplomatic immunity from criminal prosecution in Pakistan. Davis killed two men in Lahore on 27 Jan 2011. Eyewitnesses and police probes prove that the two murders were not in self defence. However, undue pressure (blackmails) by the US senator John Kerry (chairman of senate committee for foreign affairs and an ex-president candidate) has ‘convinced’ Pakistan government officials and politicians to provide forged diplomatic immunity documents to the courts in the country. American secretary of state, Hillary R Clinton, implied the conditional US aid means immunity from any criminal prosecution.Davis was arrested armed with a Glock 9mm handgun, 70 rounds, a GPS, binoculars, and pictures of Pakistan’s sensitive buildings, maps and syringes. When questioned by the Lahore policer, Davis said he was a ‘consultant’ at the US consulate in the city. That was a day before the US embassy upgraded his status. His US passport has a business visit visa that is not a diplomatic visa. Davis does not have a bank account in Pakistan. Under the 1961 Vienna Convention on Diplomatic Relations, not all embassy and consulate employee enjoy diplomatic immunity.After murders in Lahore (January 2011) and Dubai (January 2010), and in order to reduce terrorism, there is need for law enforcement agencies to strip search all Americans and Europeans on arrival ports, and when travel in vehicles in Pakistan.

American diplomats and covert agents have taken on the responsibility to provide daily food to Davis. They also coach him in police custody for several hours everyday. Washington is pursuing the case with “arrogance” and is not willing to resolve the issue through cooperation and proper legal channels. According to a letter dated 20 Jan 2011, US consulate in Lahore wrote to Pakistan foreign ministry asking them to issue non-diplomatic visa to Davis. Pakistan foreign ministry records confirm that Davis was not a diplomat. Davis is a private covert Delta Force agent.

Davis does not have diplomatic immunity that is not available to 10,000 armed ‘armed basmati rice, mango, textile and technical experts and Delta Force agents’ or hired Delta Force, Blackwater XE mercenaries to destablise Pakistan. Davis is not an employee of the State Department or any government entity as he is a contractor. Besides, having a diplomatic passport or visa does not mean one has diplomatic immunity. Moreover, diplomats are not allowed roam around unescorted with illegal weapons, fake indentity papers and forged car number plates. Diplomatic immunity is not a blank cheque to flout, disobey local laws or violate of the spirit of the Vienna Conventions. It is the duty of all persons enjoying such privileges and immunities to respect the laws and regulations of the receiving country.

The ‘armed textile, mango experts, consultants and diplomats’ or covert US and Indian agents often enter Pakistan without any visa formalities. The agents hire and handle 50,000-strong local CIA-Mossad ‘Orange Force’. The armed killers or agents live and operate in Pakistan with fake identify papers and drive in the country with fake plates. There are no restrictions on the movements of armed mango experts in Pakistan, and Davis is not registered as a US diplomat and official in the country.

Without providing any irrefutable, undeniable evidence to the courts in Pakistan, the US embassy in Islamabad claims Davis is a “diplomat” and he “acted in self-defence”. The US embassy first said Davis is a technical expert working for its consulate in Lahore, and then quickly changed the claims to US embassy diplomat in Islamabad. The US government has refused to confirm his precise job in Pakistan.

Under the Vienna Convention or the international laws and custom, consulate employees are liable to detention in case of grave crimes. Police investigators in Pakistan have rejected the self-defence and the diplomatic immunity claims, and Davis remains in custody, pending further inquiries into fake ‘diplomatic immunity’ claims and documents from the American and Pakistani politicians behind closed doors. The Lahore High Court (LHC) has ruled that Davis does not have diplomatic immunity, and ordered the government not to release Davis and place his name in the exit control list (ECL) to block his exit from Pakistan.

It is strange how mainstream global media groups (BBC, CNN, Sky, Fox, Star) continue to suppress news about American spies who killed three people in Lahore on Thursday 27 January 2011. “Imagine the media and political reactions when the killers were a Muslim embassy employee. In order to justify invasion and occupation pretext, the agents and media groups also plant fake ‘humanitarian’ stories from Pakistan, Bahrain, Libya and other Muslim countries,” according to the source.

“The conditions in Pakistani jails are not much worse than conditions at Guantanomo or Abu Gharaib for people held on far flimsier excuses than shooting two men in the back in the middle of the day. A third US consulate employee killed an innocent pedestrian during the ‘rescue’ attempt has conveniently feld Pakistan,” the source explained.

American politicians are threatening to expel Pakistan ambassador to Washington, shut US consulates, cancel the forthcoming visit by the Pakistani president, stop the conditional aid, isolate Pakistan, increase drone attacks and bombing in Pakistan to stone-age if Davis is not released soon. They are also asking Pakistan government to grant Davis “diplomatic immunity” after the 27 January 2011 event/murders! The US state department has s/scrapped a scheduled high-level meeting among US, Afghan and Pakistani officials 23-24 February 2011. The US blackmails, threats, covert acts and false flag operations make the US an unreliable ally the endless and global war against ‘terrorism’ around the world. US officials deny slowing or halting meetings with their Pakistani counterparts!

Pakistani government is under enormous pressure at home to see Davis go on trial, in a country awashed with over 10,000 other armed basmati rice, mango, textile and technical experts and Delta Force agents. However, instead of sealing the entire Afghan-Pakistan border, stopping the US-NATO terror supply line from Pakistan to Afghanistan and expelling 10,000 armed ‘technical experts,’ immediately, politcians in Pakistan are set to cave in and surrender to the American blackmails and threats.

Davis does not have diplomatic immunity from criminal prosecution. The immunity is granted under international law and custom (1961/63 Vienna Convention on Diplomatic Relations). When the American State Department and Pakistani politicians declare Davis to have diplomatic immunity (after the event) and call for his release, they will bear the brunt of popular fury at what 180m people in Pakistan see as yet another violation of their country’s sovereignty, and the American terrorism in Pakistan.

Most legal experts don’t believe that Davis is a “diplomat”. Pro-American politicians and puppets in Pakistan publicly claim it is a matter for the courts to decide and have moved to charge Davis with the murders, enraging Americans and endangering billions of dollars in conditional aid. The US is not giving conditional aid to the Pakistani’s out of the goodness of their hearts. The money is being given to the Pakistani military to outsource its so-called war on ‘terrorism’.

CIA is ready to force Pakistan to release Davis and 10,000 other armed “textile and mango experts,” according to one intelligence agent familiar with the criminal case and speaking annonmously. “That may lead to a popular another uprising. A new government would prosecute armed American experts and diplomats; close US-NATO supply lines and seal the AfPak border,” he added. “But we have other puppets ever ready to take over, protect and serve our oil-gas and financial interests,” he explained.

American politicians don’t want Davis to face the music for his crimes in Pakistan. Instead they want Davis to evade justice because the court trial in Pakistan would open Pandora’s Box and set a precedent for future prosecutions. The trials would expose other American misdeeds in Pakistan and elsewhere. Pakistan courts have the right to rule on the criminal case without any fear or favour, blackmails, threats, economic sanctions and political pressures. Allowing Davis to evade justice and get away with the murders would lead to a revolution or uprising in Pakistan. The courts would become laughing stock if they don’t detect the forgeries or if they cave in.

“CIA may food poison or kill Davis and blame Pakistan before he is prosecuted in Pakistan. Aletrnatively, if he is sentenced the US government will force Pakistan politicians pardon Davis or return him to serve his remaining term in America. Remember how British ambassador made Libyan rebels to deport illegal British armed diplomats who entered the country to deploy false flags, fund, train and arm terrorists and bombers in Libya in March 2011,” the source concluded.

For all the talk of Pakistan and the US being strategic allies in the war on terrorism, the two countries are a prickly pair as the CIA-Pentagon continues to bomb Pakistan, terrorise 180m people in Pakistan in order to win their hearts and minds. Ever wonder why billions of people do not like the US?

After his prosecution and conviction, Davis may be released only when American politicians:

a) close down all covert operations in Pakistan;

b) stop illegal drone attacks forever; and

c) write off $60 billion debts, etc.

In order to avert popular uprising and reduce terrorism, Pakistan must expel all American members of Delta Force (CIA-Pentagon, XE-Blackwater, Dynacorp etc) from the country immediately, prosecute and convict their hired Orange Force mercenaries (local paid bombers and killers); Seal Afghan-Pak border; stop the NWO American-NATO-PNAC terror supply line between Pakistan and Afghanistan…

Would that help stop false flags, and bring down or undo the PNAC’s American empire, without a long trillion dollar war, lies and war crimes?

“With over killed over 6,700 and injured over 13,000 civilians over five years in Pakistan alone, why American and European Christian want Muslims to ‘integrate’ in farcical Western values in a bigot mindset that also treats them like primitive fourth class? How much more tolerance they expect Muslims to show?” according to an anonymous source who recently converted from Christianity to Islam.

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Finally, the real face of the CIA has been unveiled; it was discovered that Mr. Raymond Davis has been the master spy of the awful external arm of CIA, which in Noam Chomsky’s words, remains the world’s biggest and most dreadful terrorist organization.

CIA sponsors terrorism across the globe

The CIA relies upon drug money to fund its contractors employed through the Pentagon and the so-called Defense Department. It has been reported by the media that Raymond Davis was working as acting CIA chief. Davis replaced Jonathan Banks, the former CIA station chief who fled Pakistan, after a petition was filed in court against him; family members of drone-strike victims from North Waziristan sought legal action against Banks whose hands were drenched in the blood of thousands of innocent civilians. Banks is believed to be responsible for butchering thousands in drone attacks in Pakistan’s tribal areas. If he was a diplomat too why did he make good his escape?

Diplomats never roam about with a huge cache of spying gadgets, state-of-the-art weaponry, and top espionage equipment like GPS devices, Satellite phones and drone chips. Since the US embassy applied for a non–diplomatic visa for Raymond Davis at the Pakistani FO, once again the issue of diplomatic immunity remains out of question (Dunya News, Kharri Baat by Mubasherr Luqman).

Only the CIA hires contactors from so-called security firms like Black Water (now known as Xe Services LLC) DynCorp and others for its expeditious operations in other countries and even inside the US. According to Chomsky, their missions include espionage, sabotage, unfolding chaos, and anarchy, abduction and kidnapping for blackmailing and ransom, killing and targeting high value and high profile figures, triggering unrest (including economic and strategically planned situations), bomb blasts and spying on governments and institutions. These are only few missions and objectives, which have been mentioned here. Apart from these, contactors of this kind have a very wide spectrum of activities, and they are most highly paid, and that’s why the CIA has to raise drug money from places like South America and Afghanistan to fund their filthy game.

Shocking and chilling revelations have been made by the Raymond’s GPS device, mobile phone and wireless phone. Data retrieved by Pakistan’s premier intelligence agency (the ISI) has revealed that Raymond Davis has links with Pakistani-based terrorist organizations and has been roaming in the South Waziristan Agency. He has entered the area no less than a dozen times. His links with TTP and other terrorist faction leaders have been a tremendous discovery, and this is further confirmed by Gen Kiyani’s statement that Americans have infiltrated the Talban ranks in the guise of Taliban fighters. In this connection, it is important to note that more than 80% of CIA assets working inside Pakistan are local people such as retired security officials, businessman, journalists, and common people.

It was quite easy for the CIA to hire local people in the wake of growing unemployment, poverty, and above all, their lust for money and wealth. These local assets can be clearly seen when they infiltrate the Pakistani media too, where they openly speak in favour of US interests in Pakistan and warn Pakistanis of horrible consequences if the US is to abandon Pakistan and break all “friendly ties.” One of the main threats used is the threat of American aid being halted over the Raymond Davis issue. This is a very well known tactic for intimidation in order to promote the interests of a foreign country.

According to Gen Aslam Beg (on ARY news); it is quite possible that the CIA is behind the TTP, Asian Tigers and other terrorist organizations operating in the FATA region of Pakistan. They are working as front organizations of the CIA and the international coalition of the hostile espionage apparatus that is aimed at toppling Pakistan. This is the reason why Gen. Kiyani has  expressed that CIA operatives working in disguise of Taliban have been involved in attacks on  security forces and  military personnel (Daily Jang 27th Feb). These facts have been narrated by the Pakistani media as well as the western media including; the New York Times and the Guardian. Both these foreign newspapers have stated that Raymond has been working for CIA espionage and sabotage missions inside Pakistan.

According to the New York Times, the ISI have demanded the CIA to hand over the complete and elaborate lists of all the CIA and US Defense Department contractors operating inside Pakistan along with details of their responsibilities, obligations and locations. According to Pakistani secret agencies, more than 364 CIA operatives have been working on very sensitive missions assigned by their superiors in Langley. Their activities are clandestine and they have a direct adverse impact on the strategic interests of Pakistan, its security and its integrity.

According to Russia’s Foreign Intelligence Service (SVR) report, Raymond and his accomplices were planning to hand over biological, chemical and nuclear weapons (possibly a dirty bomb) to be used against the Americans in Afghanistan and Pakistan in order to carryout a false flag. This would serve as a pretext for claiming that terrorist had acquired the material from Pakistani nuclear arsenal, which would then build a strong case against Pakistan’s nuclear program. These revelations have been further consolidated by the recent arrest of another CIA operative in Peshawar’s university town, where a safe haven of Black Water and CIA was suspected long before. This area has served as a nest for terrorist-manufacturing architects. It is believed that hundreds of his accomplices cum spies have gone under ground to escape arrest. The name of the CIA operative is Aaron Mark De Haven, and he was involved in suspicious activities under the blanket of a Muslim name, an NGO called Catalyst as well as a local woman whom he married. It is believed now that NGOs like US AID as well as others working in “rebuilding activities” of FATA (after the recent massive floods), are likely to be front organization of a massive spy network, and their strict scrutiny and quarantine is the need of the hour.

A tremendously built underground espionage and sabotage labyrinth is being unearthed; it is studded with a huge contingent of CIA rats active in hollowing out the integrity and territorial foundations of Pakistan.

With the advent of the recent crackdown against CIA assets inside Pakistan, and the arrest of Raymond Davis, a goldmine of thousands of lethal secrets have come into the hands of the Pakistani intelligence agencies. They have uncovered the real monster behind the reign of terror, chaos and bloodbath prevailing for years in Pakistan. This discovery has also led to the naked reality that terrorist factions like Lashkar-e-Jhangavi, TTP, Asian Tigers, Punjabi Taliban, BLA and BRA are only front organizations, and the real driving force emanates from Langley under the cloak of a War on Terror, foreign aid, humanitarian missions, and diplomatic immunity. In fact, the Americans have been bolstering those who they have been previously denouncing publically. They have been working on a vicious self-serving neo imperialist agenda through tactics of deception and trickery against the whole world, especially nuclear Pakistan, using a false flag strategy, as well as bogus and sham operations, including 9/11. All foreign NGOs should be scrutinized to disinfect them from spy work and espionage activities.

According to the Express Tribune, Raymond Davis had close ties with the TTP that were revealed during the investigations. Davis was instrumental in recruiting young people from Punjab for the Tehreek-e-Taliban in order to fuel the bloody insurgency. Call records of the cell phones recovered from Davis have established his links with 33 Pakistanis, including 27 militants from the TTP and Lashkar-e-Jhangvi sectarian outfit (The Express Tribune, February 22nd, 2011).

The time has arrived for Pakistan to ask its American and NATO allies to refrain from bolstering and patting the terrorists and enemies of Pakistan such as the Indians as well as Pakistani fugitives sitting in the lap of Americans. Similarly, they should decommission the CIA and other hostile agency assets working to hollow out Pakistan’s integrity. They should stop their undeclared war against Pakistan under the Af-Pak doctrine, which has been designed to shift the Afghan unrest and civil war inside Pakistan. They should also do away with sending CIA and Mossad operatives on fake visas to enter Pakistan through Dubai, Bangkok and New Delhi. Pakistan’s security agencies should continue to identify and arrest those traitors and black sheep inside the Pakistani government and establishment who provide visas to wolves and butchers. Alarm bells are sounding loud to awaken our establishment because a clear and present danger is in the making, and it is set to topple Pakistan.

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  1. Excellent comprehensive post, though I must admit it turned my stomach to read it. I think Pakistan’s withdrawal from US talks about Afghanistan may relate to the CIA’s refusal to identify other covert operatives in Pakistan during negotiations over Davis’ release. Obviously this would have come out at trial – which won’t happen now. Apparently Pakistan has launched their own investigation of 414 Americans with diplomatic passports who serve no diplomatic function. (see http://realisticbird.wordpress.com/2011/03/03/blowback-from-the-arrest-of-the-cias-raymond-davis/ ).

    Hopefully it will also shed light on the role of CIA “freedom fighters” in the Balochistan Liberation Army (BLA) in the terrorist violence on the border between Pakistan and Afghanistan.
    The Pentagon/CIA make no secret of their desire to see energy and mineral rich Balochistan secede from Pakistan to become a US client state – just like energy and mineral rich Turkmenistan, Uzbekistan, Kazakhstan, Tajikistan and the other former Soviet republics. Especially in view of the Chinese-built port in Gwadar, Pakistan (employed to offload Iranian oil destined for China). Given that Iran and China are major political/economic rivals, it’s a pity the US media fails to report on any of this.

    I blog about this at “Our CIA freedom fighters in Pakistan”
    http://stuartbramhall.aegauthorblogs.com/2011/03/07/our-cia-freedom-fighters-in-pakistan/

  2. The Final chapter: Just after his indictment, he is acquitted:

    American Who Worked for C.I.A. Freed in Pakistan

    LAHORE, Pakistan — American officials won the release on Wednesday of a C.I.A. contractor under investigation for two counts of murder here after they spent more than six hours with the families of the victims, the lawyer for the families Asad Manzoor Butt said.

    The families accepted a payment of money, ending the case, Mr. Butt said. He did not specify the amount.

    The Punjab law minister, Rana Sanaullah, confirmed on television that payment had been agreed to and paid, and that the contractor, Raymond A. Davis, 36, had been handed over to the United States consul general.

    Mr. Butts also said he thought Mr. Davis had already left the jail. A five-car convoy from the United States consulate left the Kot Lakhpat jail at 4:20 p.m., local time.

    Mr. Butt did not take part in the discussions between the family and American officials, which took place at the jail where he was held. He said he was kept in a side room at the jail throughout the day and was informed of the result by an official.

    Mr. Davis had been held at the jail since shooting and killing two motorbike riders on Jan. 27 in the middle of the day in downtown Lahore. The American Embassy had insisted that he had diplomatic immunity and should be released. But the Pakistani government had refused to certify that he was entitled to full immunity. A judge had been expected to indict Mr. Davis on Wednesday, according to some reports.

    The case has caused a rift in relations between the United States and Pakistan, and officials were eager to resolve it before meetings next month with the Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton.

  3. Raymond Davis alternative Identities / a.k.a.: Shadd Pease or Michael George Fernandez

    http://my.firedoglake.com/jimwhite/2011/02/17/does-raymond-davis-recruit-intelligence-agents-in-us/

    The tense saga of Raymond Davis, who shot and killed two Pakistanis in Lahore on January 27, continues. His trial in Lahore has been delayed again, with the next hearing date addressing the question of diplomatic immunity now set for either March 3 or March 14, depending on which report you believe. On Wednesday, Senator John Kerry visited Pakistan to deliver yet another threat of Congress cutting off funding for Pakistan if Davis is not released. In the meantime, analysis of records for the “businesses” with which Davis is associated in the US raises the interesting question of whether he recruits potential spies among students taking courses in international security.

    The New York Times describes the hearing Thursday in Lahore:

    A provincial court gave the Pakistani government three weeks on Thursday to decide whether the American official in custody for killing two Pakistanis has diplomatic immunity, a decision that amounts to a slap to the United States, the nation’s biggest donor and an ally in the fight against terror.

    The judge in Lahore, Chief Justice Ijaz Ahmad Chaudhry, ordered the Foreign Ministry to present its findings on Mr. Davis’s immunity in three weeks, a delay that is likely to intensify the standoff.

    This hearing came the day after Senator John Kerry visited with Pakistani officials, including President Zardari, to argue for Davis’ release and presumably to threaten that Congress could withhold billions of dollars worth of funding to Pakistan if he is not released:

    Senator Kerry, the chairman of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee and the sponsor of a $7.5 billion aid package for Pakistan, left Pakistan Wednesday night after meeting with top leaders, including President Zardari. He was confident, he said, that the Davis case would be resolved in the “next few days.”

    It would appear that Reuters, and perhaps the people of Pakistan who are opposed to release of Davis, understand how the US Department of Justice operates when it comes to cases involving the war on terror or state secrets. From a Reuters article on the standoff:

    While U.S. officials have said the Justice Department will conduct a criminal investigation of its own, it is unclear whether such a probe would lead to a trial.

    The likelihood that, if he is freed, Davis will not face charges for his actions in Pakistan appears to be driving at least a portion of the outrage being exhibited on the streets.

    Because the Davis case has all the hallmarks of Davis being an intelligence operative of some sort, there has been much public speculation about his US business activities. Not all of the information that is circulating appears to be correct. For example, many stories state that the Florida version of his business has never been registered with the state. Here is a partial screenshot from Florida public records indicating that Hyperion Protective Consultants, LLC filed registration paperwork in February, 2007 but was then dissolved by the state in September, 2008 for lack of an annual report:

    The registered agent for the business in this filing is Gerald L. Richardson, Jr, who also is listed with the state as registered agent for a clothing business, Grynd Wear, LLC but doing business as Grynd Wear, Unlimited at this website. Grynd Wear and Hyperion listed the same Orlando address for their retail locations, but multiple reports indicate that the storefront is now empty.

    An online resume for Richardson notes his association with Hyperion and indicates that before joining Hyperion, he worked as Prevention/Security Manager for a large firm in Orlando.

    Although the Florida business has been dissolved by the state, an entity with a very closely related name is registered and still active in Nevada. There, it is incorporated as Hyperion Protective Services, LLC and lists Raymond Davis and his wife as Managing Members, unlike the Florida filing,where there is no mention of Davis. The address listed for the business appears to be a post office box in a UPS Store.

    I have not yet found any definitive information on the Nevada registered agent, who is listed as Rachel Bender.

    A very poorly written web description of the Nevada business links to the website of the Florida business, and so there is a direct connection between these similalry named businesses.

    Although Davis has had multiple residences in the US, a Denver television station reported that he was living in the Denver area at the time of his arrest and even interviewed his wife.

    The Nevada company is registered to operate in Colorado:

    The registered agent for the Colorado filing is listed as Shadd Pease. A person with the same name comes up as working toward a Master’s degree in International Security at the University of Denver. From an online profile of Pease, we see that his resume is very similar to that of Davis, who also served in Special Forces:

    The International Security program at the University of Denver held a “Global Security Career Fair” last October, where the CIA joined a number of other security agencies in recruiting among the students:

    In conjunction with the career fair, the CIA also held an information session on Wednesday to explain what they have to offer and the characteristics they look for in employees, whether that be in the analytical field or the clandestine service.

    Also in attendance at the Global Security Career Fair were the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency, Immigration & Customs Enforcement, U.S. Army JAG, Army Recruiting, U.S. Marine Corps JAG, Boren Fellowship, and the State of Colorado Division of Emergency Management. Both the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms, and Explosives and Naval Criminal Investigative Service (NCIS) plan to reschedule their campus visits after having to cancel due to unforeseen circumstances.

    The massive growth in the number of government and contractor intelligence personnel, coupled with Davis’ company appearing to have integrated a student in the Denver program in international security into the firm, led me to wonder whether Davis might play a role in recruiting personnel into intelligence. Remarkably, when we list the various places Davis has lived, we find academic programs in international security that appear to be very similar to the Denver program near each location.

    For the home office in LasVegas, we find the UNLV Institute for Security Studies. For the Orlando operation, there is the Global Peace and Security Studies Program at the University of Central Florida. There also is a business address and residence reported for Davis in Vail, Arizona, which is not too far from Tucson, where the University of Arizona is implementing a program to offer an International Securities Studies Certificate. At least one report also mentioned Davis having spent time in Lexington, Kentucky, where we find that a student can also concentrate on International Security. With five out of five of Davis’ known locations for living or conducting business being “target rich” environments for people being trained for intelligence careers, it is very hard not to come to the conclusion that Davis’ business function in the US may well be in recruiting for an intelligence agency or contractor.

  4. Davis seeks reinvestigation into Lahore double murder case 16/3/2011

    Double murder-accused CIA contractor Raymond Davis has expressed his dissatisfaction over the previous investigation and sought a fresh probe into the murder case under the Police Order 2002, it has been learnt.

    “Davis has given a written request to the superintendent of Kot Lakhpat Jail Lahore for forwarding it to concerned quarters for reinvestigation,” The News quoted a senior official, who has seen the application, as saying.

    The request would be processed keeping in view the fact that the charge sheet against Davis has been submitted to the trial court, which is likely to indict him on Wednesday in the in-camera hearing inside the Kot Lakhpat jail, he added.

    The official said that the jail chief has sent Davis’ request to the relevant authorities, who would deal with it according to the law.

    Earlier, the additional judge had rejected the plea of Davis’ lawyer to get diplomatic immunity, ruling that it could not adjudicate upon it at this stage because this question was before the Lahore High Court (LHC), he added.

    Now that the LHC has disposed of the issue, the accused would come up with the material to convince the judge that he has diplomatic exemption and therefore cannot be tried in Pakistan.

    It is believed that Davis, advised by his legal team, has asked for reinvestigation with the purpose of delaying the launch of the regular hearing of the case.

    When contacted, former Lahore District Bar president Manzoor Qadir explained that both parties- the accused and the complainant- have the right under the Police Order to seek a reinvestigation if they are not satisfied with the previous probe.

    While asking for reinvestigation, either party usually pleads that the previous probe was partisan, biased and partial, the lawyer said.

    Qadir said that there was a Supreme Court ruling, under which either party can petition for reinvestigation even if the hearing on the concerned case has been completed in all respects.

    “But such request has to be made before the handing down of the judgement by court,” he added.

    The lawyer said that on the conclusion of the reinvestigation, the supplementary material is submitted to the court. However, he said the fresh probe would also be carried out by police officers. (ANI)

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