VT WORLD SCOOP: “Diplomat” Held in Pakistan Faces Murder Terrorism Charges

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TIES BETWEEN US CONTRACTORS, PAKISTANI OFFICIALS AND TERRORISTS ALLEGED

WORLDWIDE MEDIA DUPED BY “DIPLOMAT/ROBBERY” COVER STORY

By Gordon Duff and Raja Mujtaba for Veterans Today and Opinion Maker

UPDATES:  Confirmed, individual claimed to be diplomat was a contractor who is now remanded to police custody facing possible charges for terrorism and murder.  No diplomatic privilege or immunity applies, statements by US Consulate false.

License plate on car was fake and bullet holes in the car were from shots fired from inside the vehicle believed part of an attempt to mislead investigative authorities.

A Deputy Superintendent of Police has been accused by witnesses at the scene of planting weapons on the victims.  An investigation has been requested by local television.

An American “technical advisor” named Raymond Davis, is in police custody in Lahore, Pakistan after a bizarre incident that led to the death of three Pakistanis, one a pedestrian killed in a motor accident and two witness/bystanders killed by gunfire.

PHONY DIPLOMAT TAKEN AWAY IN CHAINS

According to the Pakistani government, Davis has been in and out of the country 9 times in 18 months, mostly to Afghanistan.

Davis, driving a rented car with phony license plates, loaded with automatic weapons and advanced Israeli built surveillance gear, was heading toward Mozang Chongi, a market district in Lahore that has been the scene of terror bombings in the past, bombings local residents suspect American contractors such as Davis have had a role in.

Local residents are flooding the streets at reports that Davis is going to be released and sent back to the United States.





MOZANG CHONGI, SCENE OF FREQUENT TERROR ATTACKS

Witnesses claim that Davis struck and killed a cyclist, Ibadur Rahman, a local trader and attempted to flee the scene in heavy traffic. Two witnesses blocked his path and got off their bicycles and approached his car.  One was said to be carrying a licensed weapon but this is disputed.

Davis, aided by a security team in a chase vehicle, gunned down the two civilians.

The US Consulate has claimed that the cyclist, Ibadur Rahman, was killed elsewhere by a Consulate vehicle with diplomatic plates.  Witnesses and police dispute this claim.

BLOOD STAINS ON THE SIGHT OF THE INCIDENT

The Consulate further has characterized the incident as an attempted robbery, something also disputed by police and witnesses.

There has been a long history of acrimony between police and security forces in Pakistan who have long complained of American “black ops” contractors operating in Pakistan.  In July 2009, four American security contractors, with both weapons and explosives, were arrested outside a nuclear weapons development facility near Kahuta, Pakistan.

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Gordon Duff is a Marine combat veteran of the Vietnam War. He is a disabled veteran and has worked on veterans and POW issues for decades. Gordon is an accredited diplomat and is generally accepted as one of the top global intelligence specialists. He manages the world’s largest private intelligence organization and regularly consults with governments challenged by security issues. Duff has traveled extensively, is published around the world and is a regular guest on TV and radio in more than “several” countries. He is also a trained chef, wine enthusiast, avid motorcyclist and gunsmith specializing in historical weapons and restoration. Business experience and interests are in energy and defense technology. Gordon’s Latest Posts
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