CIA Blood Money in Pakistan
A Pakistani court on Wednesday acquitted CIA contractor Raymond Davis, 36, of murder charges and released him after a deal that involved paying
compensation - "blood money" - to the victims' families. Davis shot and killed two men he said were trying to rob him in Pakistani city Lahore on
The revelation of armed CIA contractors working in Pakistan deeply angered and embarrassed the Directorate of Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI),
Pakistan's spy agency.
According to the diyat agreement, a copy of which was obtained by Reuters, the families of Faizan Haider and Faheem Shamshad were each paid 100
million rupees ($1.17 million) to be distributed among the family members.
We have seen this in Iraq, we have seen this in Afghanistan
and now we have seen this in Pakistan. Blood money paid
by the US Government to the families of the people they kill.
U.S. Blood Money paid to Gov Officials for a NOT-Guilty
verdict is nothing but bribery for murder. If this was done
by a regular citizen in America, it would be considered
Conspiracy to Commit Murder and a conviction would
carry 20 yrs to life behind bars. But to a CIA Agent
it becomes standard operating procedure protected by
US Gov immunity.
There is also another similarity I'd like to bring up right here.
It's the similarity to Muslim Terrorist who commits acts
of terrorism like suicide bombings. A suicide bomber's
family usually get lots of money for their services.
Afghanistan's Karzai recently told a US General that
compensation and an apology is not enough anymore.
I'm inclined to agree with him.
Isn't it nice to know that our own CIA does the same exact thing
for it's victims ??? Who says the CIA is NOT a terrorist entity?
They use the same monetary policy. No wonder America
is broke and can't even pay attention.
You should be pi$$ed off, this is YOUR tax dollars
coming out of the US Black Budget to commit
murder. That makes everyone who pays taxes
an accessory to murder.
This is a follow-up story to my prior thread here:
edit on 3/18/2011 by boondock-saint because: (no reason given)