“De Amerikaanse diplomaat die in Pakistan wordt vastgehouden omdat hij twee Pakistanen heeft omgebracht, blijkt voor de inlichtingendienst CIA te werken. Dat schrijven de kranten Washington Post en New York Times.”
“The Pakistan government has reportedly decided to review its visa policy for US officials and diplomats, and withdraw special powers granted to the country’s Ambassador in Washington, Hussain Haqqani, following the sticky Raymond Davis episode.”
The New York Times, Washington Post, and Associated Press reported Monday that Raymond Davis–an American who shot two men in Pakistan last month–was working for the CIA at the time. And while reporting that news, all three outlets revealed something else: They had been holding back that information at the U.S. government’s request.
Raymond Davis, the American CIA contractor jailed in the fatal shooting of two Pakistani men last month, has quickly assumed the role of Pakistan’s public enemy No. 1. But not far behind him are those who have come to be known as “Raymond Davises.”