One of the Pakistanis shot dead by CIA agent Raymond RAYMOND DAVIS was Muhammad Faheem.
Faheem's widow, Shumaila, 'committed suicide'.
On 17 March 2011, The Nation quotes Muhammad Afzal, the uncle of Shumaila, as having said (Shumaila kin threaten suicide):
"We never demanded blood money...
"We did not accept any money nor did we pardon the American killer..."
He said the Pakistan government bowed down to US pressure.
On 16 March 2011, the police arrested Shumaila's uncles, mother, sister, and other relatives.
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Earlier, on 23 February 2011, three men forcibly gave poison to one of Shumaila's uncles, called Sarwar. (Shumaila's uncle forcibly given poisonous pills)
"According to sources, two motorcyclists had warned Sarwar on 11 February not to pursue the case registered against Raymond Davis...
"Afzal, another uncle of Shumaila, told Dawn that three men entered the house through a ventilator, grasped Sarwar and subjected him to severe torture.
"Afzal claimed that they administered him poisonous pills, citing the recovery of one tablet from the spot.
"He said the men remained in the house for about half an hour and fled when other family members woke up. Sarwar was taken to hospital..."
In February 2011, Pakistan Army Chief Ashfaq Parvez Kayani and American military top brass met at a secluded luxury beach resort in Oman to work out a deal on Davis. (Raymond Davis's release based on ISI-CIA secret deal: Report)
ROBERT ANDERSON, on 8 March 2011, at just-international, wrote an article entitled "I Had Ray Davis's Job, in Laos 30 Years Ago. Same Cover, Same Lies"
According to Anderson:
"In Laos the program I was attached to carried out a systematic assassination of people...
"It was called the Phoenix program and eliminated an estimated 60,000 people across Indochina...
"I saw one team of mercenaries I was training show us a bag of ears of dead civilians they had killed..."
The CIA ran an illegal drug operation "to pay for their operations."
The CIA's Raymond Davis, who was allegedly organising acts of terrorism in Pakistan
On 16 March 2011, it was reported that the USA had suspended aid to Pakistan.
(US 'blocks' aid over Raymond Davis issue. / Raymond Davis row leads to suspension of US aid)
On the same day, the CIA assassin Raymond Davis was released from custody in Pakistan.
According to Muhammad Afzal, a relative of one of the slain men:
"Family members were told they were being taken to the police station to make statements.
"Instead, they were taken to a secret location and held in isolation and told that unless they signed a letter pardoning Davis, 'you will never see daylight.'"
(Veterans Today Exclusive: Raymond Davis Release, the Inside Story ...)
"Initial media reports surrounding the release of Raymond Davis suggest that the families of the victims killed in the Lahore shooting have left the country on a second plane.
"Their neighbours say they haven’t seen the families in two days and that their homes are empty and locked.
"Sources say an aircraft carrying more than 10 people left Lahore airport and is headed to Bagram Air Base in Afghanistan.
"They also say the families have been given Green Cards and homes in New York state and Washington DC." (Raymond Davis saga: Victims' families leave country say sources )
The US government did not pay any compensation to the families of two Pakistanis killed by Raymond Davis, Secretary of State Hillary Clinton said on 16 March 2011. (U.S. did not pay compensation in Raymond Davis case)
•On 27 January 2011, three young Pakistanis were killed by US spooks in Lahore.
•The Police arrested US citizen Raymond Davis at the crime scene.
•On 6 February, the widow of Faheem, one of the victims, committed suicide.
•On 22February, US officials confirmed that Raymond Davis worked for the CIA.
Jonathan Azaziah explains more about Raymond Davis And A Travesty Of Justice
The Pakistanis 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.
"The phone found in Davis’ car, revealed that the CIA-Xe murderer made several calls to an organization known as the ‘Tehrik-I-Taliban,’ 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...
"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..."