samar

Minister (2k+ posts)
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Yeh kia hoo raha hay?

why ISI is not keeping an eye on them..............

sab mil mila k ho raha he fauj b mulavis he verna ye ho hi nhi sakta....................

sirf ye dikhava diya ja raha he k fauj baree saaaf he government kharab he.
 

simple_and_peacefull

Chief Minister (5k+ posts)
Raymond Davis released: Rana Sanaullah

By Express / Reuters
Published: March 16, 2011

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Davis indicted for double murder and not for other charges like espionage. PHOTO: AFP/FILE

LAHORE: US national Raymond Davis, the accused in the double-murder case in Lahore has been released, Punjab Law Minister Rana Sanaullah confirmed on Wednesday. The Punjab government claims it played no part in the release of Davis.
Sanaullah added that the families of the victims in the Lahore shooting pardoned Davis, and have signed pardon papers in this regard.
“The court first indicted him but the families later told the court that they have accepted the blood money and they have pardoned him,” Punjab Law Minister Rana Sanaullah told Reuters.
“The court acquitted him in the murder case.”
Lawyers of the victims’ families claim the families were forcibly taken to Kot Lakhpat Jail by unidentified men and made to sign papers pardoning Davis.
No contact has been made with any members of the family as yet.
Initial reports from sources state that Davis has been flown to London.
Earlier in the day, a sessions court judge in Lahore had formally indicted US national Davis.
According to Express 24/7 correspondent Muhammad Rizwan, in the hearing that took place at Kot Lakhpat jail, Davis’ counsel Zahid Hussain Bokhari tried to stall the ruling saying he did not trust the investigation process. However, the judge ignored his statement and formally indicted the accused.
Davis was only indicted for double murder and not for other charges like espionage.
Davis was arrested after he killed two Pakistanis, Faizan and Faheem, in Lahore’s Mozang area, on January 27, 2011.
In the last hearing, Davis had refused to receive any documents or sign the charge-sheet. His attorneys had said they had received it on his behalf and had asked the court to include it in its orders. According to sources they had sought further time to prepare for the trial.
Charge-sheet
Earlier, on February 15, 2011, the police had submitted a 25-page charge-sheet in the court declaring that Davis had murdered two people and was not acting in self-defence.
The charge-sheet stated that Davis’ self-defence plea was false as it was intentional murder. It read that the guns recovered from the possession of the deceased were not loaded and they had also not pointed a gun at Davis. Fingerprints were found on the pistols’ triggers and on bodies of the deceased and tests show that the bullets remained in the magazines of their guns, not the chambers.
The charge-sheet also stated that the police had recovered a GPS tracker, mobile phones, wireless sets, a survival kit and photographs from Davis’ car. The accused, it says, is uncooperative with the police during investigation.
The charge-sheet also contained the statements of 47 witnesses, who have said that Davis did not shoot the men in self-defence. They also said that Davis had shot directly at the two boys and kept shooting even when one of them tried to flee.
Immunity
The Lahore High Court (LHC) ruled on Monday that the matter of immunity for Davis will be decided by the trial court, and disposed of all petitions challenging his diplomatic status in Pakistan.

http://tribune.com.pk/story/133324/raymond-davis-indicted-in-double-murder-case/
 

simple_and_peacefull

Chief Minister (5k+ posts)
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Haha what a JOKE ......he is free now :13:....wht kinna justice is that....:lol:
BRAVO COURT (clap) .......

dear .... court did right job. now its up to second party what they want. we shold not blame anyone in this case.

now we will start blaming ...courts or PJB govt or Fed govt or ISI bla bla bla....
 

simple_and_peacefull

Chief Minister (5k+ posts)
Twitter Alert: Reactions to Raymond Davis' release

By Atika Rehman
Published: March 16, 2011

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File photo of activists of Jamaat-e-Islami protesting against Raymond Davis in Lahore, February 20, 2011. PHOTO: AFP

Pakistani Twitterati tweeted their critiques as news of US national Raymond Davis release was confirmed by Punjab Law Minister Rana Sanaullah on Wednesday.
Davis was the accused in the double-murder shooting case in Lahore and was acquitted by the court as the families of the victims reportedly pardoned Davis after signing pardon papers in this regard.
Heres the Twitter buzz:
Najam Sethi
As predicted, Davis has been freed on application of Kissas and Diyat law. CM Shahbaz played key secret role.
Nadeem F Paracha
This is what happens when a successful media trial falls flat in the court of law.
Bina Shah
Wonder if there will be any street reaction to this, or if everyones just going to shut up and eat it.
Sami Shah
Never have so many liberals and conservatives been in such righteous agreement. Twitter and FB melting down.
The only acceptable follow up story would be that he converted to islam just before leaving.
Fatima Bhutto
Even for the Zardari govt, that was a remarkably quick acquittal#raymonddaviswinning
Saba Imtiaz
New reality show: Raymond ne Pakistan kyun chora?
Marvi Memon
What do all of u think on raymond issue?
Ayesha Tammy Haq
http://twitter.com/samishahSo what happens to #ShahMehmoodQuershi now
Razarumi
We heard that there will bloodshed on the streets and heavens will fall RT @vihargg: What could happen?
mosharrafzaidi
I guess GHQ maxed out that platinum ghairat card that Papa Jinnah gave us. Hope Ray Ray has a comfortable flight.
cyalm
Raymond Davis freed (?), NWA op on the cards, Pasha to get an extension coincidence? Hmm

http://tribune.com.pk/story/133360/twitter-alert-reactions-to-raymond-davis-release/
 

simple_and_peacefull

Chief Minister (5k+ posts)
Raymond Davis saga: Victims' families leave country say sources

Published: March 16, 2011

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Neighbours of the families say they haven't seen them in two days and their homes are empty and locked. PHOTO: AFP/FILE

LAHORE: 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 havent 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 case time line


  • Three Pakistanis were killed brutally by US Consulate officials in Lahore on January 27.
  • Police arrested US citizen Raymond Davis from the crime scene and a case was registered against him on January 28.
  • A court handed him over to police on a six-day remand on January 29. The very next day, the United States demanded Pakistan release Davis and hand him over to Washington.
  • On January 30, US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton telephoned her Pakistani counterpart and demanded the release of Davis.
  • On the 1st of February, the Lahore High Court issued orders to put Davis name on the Exit Control List. Davis was handed over to the FIA for investigation on February 4.
  • On February 6, the widow of Faheem, one of the victims, committed suicide.
  • On February 7, the Lahore police presented a challan against Davis.
  • US Senator John Kerry arrived in Pakistan on February 15 and the Federal government told him that the court would decide whether Davis enjoyed diplomatic immunity or not.
  • On February 17, the Lahore high court gave the government three weeks to present its version on Davis immunity issue.
  • The court during the same hearing granted a 14-day remand of Davis in another case for posessing illegal weapon.
  • On February 22, US officials confirmed that Raymond Davis worked for the CIA.
  • On the 3rd of March, the court rejected the immunity petition of the accused and decided to carry on with the case.
  • On March 8, the court handed Davis copies of the challan against him which he refused to accept.
  • On the 14th of March, the foreign ministry replied to the Lahore High Court confirming that Davis had a diplomatic passport but did not state clearly if he enjoyed diplomatic immunity.
  • The court ruled that Davis immunity issue will be settled in the trial court.
http://tribune.com.pk/story/133373/raymond-davis-saga-victims-families-leave-country-say-sources/
 

zeshaan

Chief Minister (5k+ posts)
Kiss nay kiss koo baicha?
Aoor kia kamaya?
Baywaqoof AWAM aoor baywaqoof bann gaay, sisatdanoon aoor hukmaranoo kaa faida hogayya.

KABB takk yeh awam baywaqoof bantee rahay gee?
 

Muhammad Tauseef A. Bajwa

Senator (1k+ posts)
Re: Lahore shooting: US demands immediate release of Raymond Davis

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Cronic bechalor (Though Married to a widow having children) Sheikh Rasheed also wrote his autobigraphy entitled "Farzand-e-Pakistan" in mid 90's after he got an approval from Sharif's. What a way to establish credentials!
 

l_pak

Politcal Worker (100+ posts)
Re: Arrested US national does not have diplomatic visa: Documents

Bilkul teek.

Wahee hoowa, jis ka intezar tha