Thursday, February 24, 2011

Under Punjab Police Raymond Davis Investigation Report:(Pictures,Interrogation)

Raymond Davis 1 (Pictures,Interrogation)

Raymond Davis 2 (Pictures,Interrogation)

Raymond Davis 3 (Pictures,Interrogation)

Raymond Davis 4 (Pictures,Interrogation)

Raymond Davis 5 (Pictures,Interrogation)

Raymond Davis 4 With GPS Decoder.Why did He Need This

GPS Decoder found from Raymond Davis.This Decoder is used to DECODE communication Of Pakistan Army,ISI and Most Intelligence Agencies

BENGHAZI: US President Barack Obama made his first public comments, condemning as “outrageous” and “unacceptable” attacks on protesters that have killed hundreds in 10 days and helped drive oil prices to levels that threaten global economic recovery.

Yet there seemed little cohesion and urgency in a global response, even as Washington and Brussels spoke of possible sanctions against a man whose 41 years in power have been marked by idiosyncratic defiance of the West.
“It is imperative that the nations and peoples of the world speak with one voice,” Obama said. “The suffering and bloodshed is outrageous.”

LANDI KOTAL: Five security officials were killed in a militant attack on a check post in Khyber tribal region’s Landi Kotal area

on Thursday, DawnNews reported.
Militants attacked the check post with heavy weapons as a result of which two security officials were also wounded, security sources told DawnNews.
The wounded officials were shifted to a hospital for treatment.
Security forces subsequently started a search operation in areas surrounding the check post.
Separately, in Khyber’s Bara area, three people were killed in clashes between armed militants from two banned organisations.

WASHINGTON: Two US citizens who worked for the CIA under contract as protective officers were quietly withdrawn from Pakistan after being involved in a fatal car accident last month while trying to help Raymond Davis, another CIA contractor being held by Pakistani authorities on murder charges.

Raymond Davis

Two officials familiar with US government activities in Pakistan said the two Americans who left the country worked for the CIA as protective officers.
This means they were employed as highly skilled bodyguards, like Davis, for CIA operations officers serving in Pakistan.
The two Americans who left Pakistan have not been otherwise identified by US or Pakistani authorities. The CIA declined to comment.
According to a translated Pakistani police statement obtained by Reuters, the two Americans got into the car crash while trying to go to the assistance of Davis, who US sources say claims he shot dead two Pakistanis on a motorcycle when they tried to rob him at gunpoint as he was driving in Lahore.

LAHORE: The Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) chief, Mian Nawaz Sharif on Thursday blamed the government for all the crisis faced by the country and reiterated that his party had experts to take the country out of troubles, DawnNews reported.

Nawaz said while talking to his party workers in Model Town, Lahore that the president Zardari played his part to help convict him unfit through Justice Dogar’s court and then attacked Punjab with the Governor rule.

LAHORE: The Pakistan People’s Party (PPP) on Thursday threatened to approach the courts regarding the allotment of seats to the Unification bloc, DawnNews reported.

Raja Riaz, PPP

Earlier on Wednesday, the Pakistan Muslim League – Nawaz (PML-N) reportedly decided to remove PPP ministers from the Punjab government.
The PML-N also decided to assign two ministries to members of the Unification Bloc.
PPP leader and senior provincial minister Raja Riaz on Thursday said the PML-N’s decision to ally with the Unification bloc was illegal and unconstitutional.
After meeting with Speaker Punjab Assembly Rana Iqbal, Riaz told reporters that the PPP will not table a no-confidence motion in the Assembly after parting ways with the Punjab government.

TRIPOLI: Libya’s Moamer Qadhafi clung to power after a bloodcurdling vow to reclaim control, as US President Barack Obama demanded the world speak as one to confront the veteran strongman’s fraying regime.

Thousands scrambled to flee what former colonial ruler Italy said was a “bloodbath” of hundreds of protesters in the oil-rich north African state, parts of which appear to have fallen to opposition control.
One of Qadhafi’s seven sons, Saadi, told Thursday’s Financial Times that after four decades in power, his father could retreat to a “big father” advisory role under a new government.
But the 68-year-old Qadhafi himself is hardly talking of retreat, vowing in a fiery televised address on Tuesday to purge opponents “house by house” and “inch by inch”.

ISLAMABAD: Prime Minister Yousuf Raza Gilani spent a busy day on Wednesday consulting his coalition partners and political allies to reinforce the ramparts of his government against the onslaught the opposition Pakistan Muslim League-N is expected to launch two days later.


The PML-N has been beating war drums since it declared that its negotiations with the ruling Pakistan People’s Party on the implementation of its “10-point reforms agenda” had broken down and many of its leaders publicly threatened that the party would expel PPP ministers from the Punjab government.
PML-N chief Nawaz Sharif also had lengthy consultations with his senior party members at his Raiwind residence. He has already convened a party meeting in Islamabad on Friday to announce the future course of action.

NICOSIA: Al-Qaeda’s branch in North Africa has vowed to do everything in its power to help an uprising against Libyan strongman Moamer Kadhafi, according to a statement posted Thursday by the SITE monitoring group.

“(We) will do whatever we can to help you, with power from Allah, because your fight is the fight of every Muslim who loves Allah and His Messenger,” the statement from Al-Qaeda in the Islamic Maghreb (AQIM) said, according to SITE.

FAISALABAD: Three men forcibly gave poison on Wednesday night to maternal uncle of Shumaila, who had committed suicide after the murder of her husband, Faheem, by US national Raymond Davis.

Sarwar was residing with his family, including Shumaila’s mother and brother Afzal, in Chak 189-JB, Rasoolpura, Nethari, in the precincts of Chak Jhumrah police station.
According to sources, two motorcyclists had warned Sarwar on Feb 11 not to pursue the case registered against Raymond Davis. After the incident, the police had provided them security.
Afzal, another uncle of Shumaila, told Dawn that three men entered the house through a ventilator, grasped Sarwar and subjected him to severe torture.

RAWALPINDI: Police arrested at least 105 suspects from different areas of Rawalpindi on Thursday, DawnNews reported.

Police said the operation was initiated to arrest a suspected militant and was conducted by 20 police teams.
The police teams included commandos, female police officers and operatives from the special branch.
The operation was being led by SP Rawal Town Matloob Hussain.
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