Posted on March 16, 2011
Filed Under >Adil Najam, Foreign Relations, Law & Justice
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91 responses to “Raymond Davis Released: This Story Ain’t Over Yet”

  1. faaiz muhammad says:

    We have no right to celebrate independence because we are still a slave and we take dictations from our lord America for every single issue in the country. As Raymond had allegations of double murdering and his act was strongly condemned by the whole nation. Imagine the intensity of heat and grief that wife of a victim committed suicide out of feelings of injustice to her. Religious groups and political parties pushed the families of victim to accept blood money referring it as a shariah rule. Raymond Davis was set freed after all the mess but irony and woe be many times on our leaders for failing to recover Aafia from US prison. It’s a clear manifestation of American double standards of law and political hegemony.
    Another victim of Raymond Davis found in a posh area of Lahore aWQ9Mjc3Nzg=