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    Islamabad police registers report against alleged CIA official



    Islamabad police registers report against alleged CIA official
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    ISLAMABAD: After getting advice from the legal branch, the Secretariat police station has registered a report against US citizen Jonathan Banks, for allegedly being the CIA chief in Pakistan and controlling the drone attacks, against an application of Karim Khan.

    Police has advised Khan to get an order from the court for the registration of an FIR. Khan, a resident of Mir Ali Tehsil of North Waziristan, had stated in his application that his brother, Asif Iqbal – a teacher in a secondary school, his son Zahinullah Khan – a guard at a girls’ school, and Khaliq Dar – a mason, had been killed on December 31, 2009 during a drone attack.

    He alleged that Banks, who was residing at the US embassy in the Diplomatic Enclave, and having a business visa, was the CIA chief in Pakistan and allegedly controlling the drone attacks through the Global Positioning System

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    Re: Islamabad police registers report against alleged CIA official

    Was police officer drunk ?
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    Re: Islamabad police registers report against alleged CIA official

    Not police FIA '['''''''''''''''''
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    Re: Islamabad police registers report against alleged CIA official

    Assalam-o-alaikum
    ANOTHER MISSING PERSON COMING UP???? May ALLAH protect him..
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    Re: Islamabad police registers report against alleged CIA official

    CIA station chief pulled from Islamabad

    Updated at: 1916 PST, Friday, December 17, 2010
    WASHINGTON: The CIA has pulled its top spy out of Pakistan after threats were made against his life, current and former US officials said, an unusual move for the US and a complication on the front lines of the fight against al-Qaida.

    The CIA station chief was in transit Thursday after a Pakistani lawsuit earlier this month accused him by name of killing civilians in missile strikes.

    CIA airstrikes from unmanned aircraft have killed many innocent people. The US does not acknowledge the missile strikes, but there have been more than 100 such attacks this year - more than double the amount in 2009.

    The lawsuit blew the American spy's cover, leading to threats against him and forcing the US to call him home, the officials said, speaking on condition of anonymity because of the sensitivity of the issue.

    CIA officials' "serious concerns" for the station chief's safety led to the decision to bring him home, a US official said. A spokeswoman for the spy agency, Jennifer Youngblood, declined to comment.

    The Pakistani lawsuit also named CIA Director Leon Panetta and Defense Secretary Robert Gates.

    The CIA's work is unusually difficult in Pakistan, one of the nation's most important and at times frustrating counterterrorism allies.

    The station chief in Islamabad operates as a secret general in the US war against terrorism. He runs the Predator drone program targeting terrorists, handles some of the CIA's most urgent and sensitive tips.

    It's rare for a CIA station chief to see his cover blown. In 1999, an Israeli newspaper revealed the identity of the station chief in Tel Aviv. In 2001, an Argentine newspaper printed a picture of the Buenos Aires station chief and details about him. In both instances, the station chiefs were recalled to the US.
    http://www.geo.tv/12-17-2010/75947.htm

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    Re: Islamabad police registers report against alleged CIA official

    Twaqoo thee keh aisa hee hoga,Aur kia hoo sakta tha,yehee kuch.
    Woh loog apnee policy too badalanay say rahay jabkeh hamaray sadar aur wazeer e aazam maa ahl o ayyal Unkay sath hain.
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