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Raymond Davis a CIA contractor who killed two Pakistani men was released from jail on Wednesday after $2.34 million in compensation was paid to their families, according to a lawyer closely connected to the case. Raymond Davis, 36, was
A Court on Wednesday freed CIA contractor Raymond Davis, who was accused of murdering two men in Lahore, after blood money was paid in accordance with sharia law, sources said. The hearing of double murder case held in Kot Lakhpat Jail and
Rejecting an immunity plea of Raymond Davis on Thursday, a court in Lahore has determined that the American CIA contractor does not have diplomatic immunity in the shooting deaths of two Pakistanis. Raymond Davis, was arrested on January
Rejecting an immunity plea of Raymond Davis on Thursday, a court in Lahore has determined that the American CIA contractor does not have diplomatic immunity in the shooting deaths of two Pakistanis. The court held that the accused did not
US Consul General in Lahore, Carmella Conroy Friday visited Raymond Davis in Kot Lakhpat prison and remained with him for more than 4 hours. According to sources, Conroy and Davis also had two one-on-one sessions. The US CG in
Some unidentified outlaws have fed poisonous bills to the paternal uncle of Shumaila, the widow of Faheem, who was crushed to death in Lahore in Raymond Davis double murder case. The discussed family also claimed to have received life-
The American arrested in Pakistan after shooting two men at a crowded traffic Raymond A. Davis, the U.S. official at the heart of a tense stand-off with the Pakistan government, was working for the CIA as an
Brothers of Faheem and Faizan, shot dead by US national Raymond Davis, have appealed the people for financial help and ruled out the possibility of getting blood money from the US. Munsif Awan, the lawyer of Faheem and Faizan,
LAHORE: Grieving families of the Pakistanis who died after a US official opened fire in Lahore have been swept up in a political storm inflamed by hardline Islamists and conspiracy theories.
LAHORE: A day before a court considers the question of diplomatic immunity for a US national accused of two murders, the relatives of one of the slain men demanded “blood for blood” and threatened revenge.