Raymond Davis Case

Raymond Allen Davis is a former United States’ soldier who worked for the US Consulate in Lahore, Pakistan. On January 27, 2011, working under cover for the CIA, Davis shot two Pakistani men in a busy market area of Lahore alleging self-defence, and claiming that the two men were armed and were going to kill him. Davis called for help and the American vehicle that came to rescue him killed a third Pakistani in what was a “hit and run”. Davis was automatically jailed by the Pakistani authorities, causing an enormous crisis between Islamabad and Washington, which claimed he had diplomatic immunity. By March, a deal was made: the families of the two victims were paid $2.2 million and Davis was released. All charges were acquitted the moment he fled Pakistan. Spread the word...


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