Raymond Davis case: Wife of man killed commits suicide

Published: February 7, 2011
People in Karachi protest against the killing of three Pakistanis by an American citizen, Raymond Davis, on February 1. PHOTO: EXPRESS

People in Karachi protest against the killing of three Pakistanis by an American citizen, Raymond Davis, on February 1. PHOTO: EXPRESS

LAHORE: The wife of one of the men shot dead by US citizen Raymon Davis committed suicide after taking poisonous pills on Sunday, fearing the American would be released without trial, police and doctors said.

Shumaila, the wife of Faheem, took poisonous pills and was taken to the hospital in Faisalabad, local police chief Usman Anwar told AFP, where she died despite attempts to save her.

“Faheem’s wife Shumaila has died,” doctor Yasin Hashmi, head of Allied Hospital, said.

“Doctors tried hard to save her life but could not succeed and she died a short while ago,” he said.

Local police officer Rana Atif confirmed the death.

Her body will be handed over to the family after a post mortem, he said.

Emergency ward doctor Ali Naqi said her condition had deteriorated in the evening, confirming the suicide attempt.

Updated from print edition (below)

Widow of ‘Davis victim’ tries to commit suicide

The widow of one of the men shot and killed by US citizen Raymond Davis attempted suicide on Sunday.

Fahim’s wife Shumaila took poisonous pills and was admitted to the Allied Hospital in critical condition where her stomach was pumped. Shumaila survived and doctors said that when asked, she told them she had swallowed the pills because she suspected that the government would release Davis and would not take action against him. “They are already treating my husband’s murderer like a VIP in police custody and I am sure they will let him go because of international pressure,” she said.

“The man murdered my husband and I demand justice. I don’t care if he is American he must not be allowed to get away with this,” Shumaila said.

Shumaila is a resident of Khurrian Wala in Faisalabad and said that she had been following the Davis case closely hoping for justice for her husband.

On Saturday, following a prayer and condolence ceremony for her husband, Shumaila returned to her home and at 5 am in the morning she swallowed an entire vial of poisonous pills.

Allied Hospital Dr Muhammad Irfan said that Shumaila’s family members brought her in early in the morning and doctors pumped her stomach.

“She is still in critical condition and is coughing up a lot of blood,” he said, adding that her family and ambulance workers said that she had been ranting about Davis and said that the government was capitulating to the West.

Fahim’s family said that they would take out massive protests if Davis was released and added that the government should make an example of him. “My family cannot survive without Fahim and we have no source of income now. All the while, everyone is saying that the government will let his killer go free,” Shumaila said.

Published in The Express Tribune, February 7th, 2011.

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Reader Comments (78)

  • S. Asghar
    Feb 6, 2011 - 7:05PM

    It is sad that when people would start commenting, they will forget the worth of a human being. Giving examples of injustice for another injustice is just simply useless.

    Be a human being before you start pounding Nationalism or Americanism.Recommend

  • Feb 6, 2011 - 7:14PM

    She is dead!Recommend

  • Amer
    Feb 6, 2011 - 7:14PM

    She is dead already. Just saw it on a news channel. Recommend

  • Shahzad Ahmad
    Feb 6, 2011 - 7:27PM

    …and Raymond Davis will still be released as it is order by the masters… as you know in the words of Mr. Rehman Malik he was on diplomatic visa…Recommend

  • Mohammad Ali Siddiqui
    Feb 6, 2011 - 7:48PM

    The crucial point which Pakistan should learn from Shumaila’s death is that she did not expect justice to be done by Government of Pakistan.

    Look at the scenario: Us government is trying its best to get released just one American national Raymond Davis who killed three innocent Pakistanis without any assault. US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton had spoke to President of Pakistan Mr. Asif Ali Zardari to release Raymond Davis. On the other hand, a US high power delegation also met Prime Minister Yousuf Raza Gilani to set him free. US Embassy in Islamabad and Consulate General in Lahore has provided consular access to the accused.

    There are number of Pakistanis who are presently languishing in jails in various countries in the world but our Foreign Office or Diplomats serving abroad had never made a single attempt to get these Pakistanis released.

    Don’t tell me that Raymond Davis is a diplomat and is protected under diplomatic immunity and the Pakistanis languishing in foreign jails are not diplomats but they are all criminals. The fact is that Government of Pakistan maintains cordial relations with the foreign governments just to get money and do not bother that Pakistanis living abroad are the main source of sending foreign remittance to their families in Pakistan thus raising the reserves of State Bank of Pakistan.

    Had Shumaila see such an effort made in the past by Government of Pakistan she would have not committed suicide and instead she would have waited for the justice to be done. But what to say when Government Officials have already revealed the information that Raymond Davis will be set free in few days even much earlier than the Judge of the Lahore Court would have announced any decision in this regard.

    It is pity that Pakistanis are nothing more than slaves of Uncle Sam and on every order given by Uncle Sam to Government of Pakistan, our high officials are compelled to say ‘YES SIR’.

    A murder case should be registered against the Pakistani officials who broke the news that American Taliban, Raymond Davis will be set free in few days time. Recommend

  • Feb 6, 2011 - 8:02PM

    her blood will bring the evolution in Pk.we will do everything and anything.this is the historical time in pakistan,which will lead this country to his destination.I request to all patrotic pakistanies to come out and evacuate frm your houses.plzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzRecommend

  • Feb 6, 2011 - 8:27PM

    This is matter of shame for both Government and people of this country. Government has always the representative of people who elect it and we people elect such a bad government who does not justice……Recommend

  • M. Mansoor
    Feb 6, 2011 - 8:36PM

    It is happening everywhere, but mostly in Pakistan, people can’t get justice….don’t worry Allah knows everything….Allah will help us. AaminRecommend

  • Pakistani authorities will make a historic blunder if they return Davis without a proper inquiry in his case. Pakistanis are already fed up of the collapsed system in the country and such social injustices will bring more miseries here. May Allah recover the widow if she is critical and may Allah bless her and rest her soul in peace if she is dead. Ameen!Recommend

  • ramin
    Feb 6, 2011 - 9:47PM

    Did anyone notice .. Pakistan is committing suicide?Recommend

  • D. Asghar
    Feb 6, 2011 - 10:02PM

    If the widow is deceased, may ALLAH give her solace and comfort. Aameen. Point here is that her act is equally condemnable. If every one resorts to what she did, then this earth will be half way empty.

    It is sad that lives are being lost in despair, when we know that our faith strongly condemns it. Humble regards. Recommend

  • Feb 6, 2011 - 10:03PM

    This is very sad indeed. Justice should be done at every cost in this case.Recommend

  • A Suhail
    Feb 6, 2011 - 10:06PM

    @Zubair, evacuate to where??. In a country where a murderer of 100 shia’s go free, terrorists are routinely let go and a murderer of governor will go also go free then we should not complain if Raymond Davis is let go off also. Recommend

  • Abbas Khan
    Feb 6, 2011 - 10:27PM

    Why she is in hurry to die. Case is still before independent judiciary and not decided yet. All of us should wait for the outcome. Even if Davis is released, there are many ways to get justice. Suicide is a sin and will not be pardoned. Recommend

  • Noorq
    Feb 6, 2011 - 10:47PM

    This is extremely sad that Faheem’s wife commited suicide. We are saleable and ignorant people without having any good value. Our value is not more than a cattle. This is what we have proved for the last several decades. If we had any values then we would not have chosen Dasti as member of the NA.

    There will be no better time than now for someone with a sane voice to rise and blow the whistle. The cattle could be dangerous if willing to face the bear.

    We will be in the fool’s paradise if we expect anything good from Zardari or Nawaz.Recommend

  • Eeman.
    Feb 6, 2011 - 11:12PM

    Not the first time, Pakistan is terribly failed in convincing people about the gist of the case. Recommend

  • Taimur
    Feb 6, 2011 - 11:21PM

    Let the court decide. Let us see how they decide in both Raymond’s and Qadri’s cases. Let us see how the law prevails.Recommend

  • Hassan
    Feb 6, 2011 - 11:35PM

    PAKISTANIS….Take heed from the Tunisians and Egyptyians, This goverment has allready sold you out. Take whats yoursRecommend

  • Umayr Masud
    Feb 6, 2011 - 11:38PM

    “Allegedly” drank pesticide .. this should be dealt as a criminal investigation ..
    Also Suicide means not having hope with God anymore, the poor woman was probably pushed to it by the circus going on around her by the media and these political parties, they shoved soo much despair in her brain that it led to these unfortunate circumstances.

  • Lubna Ahmed
    Feb 6, 2011 - 11:46PM

    Another shameless situation for Pakistan!! Where is the the UNO and the so called human right activists. Look at Egypt, how they have revolted against their government’s unfairness and American influence..Wake up all the 3,5000 political and religious parties in Pakistan, you better act now or you will not exist!!!!Recommend

  • naxam hashmi
    Feb 7, 2011 - 12:17AM

    Taliban is responsible for this.Recommend

  • Sana
    Feb 7, 2011 - 12:18AM

    She is pronounced dead by the doctors. Just saw on news. Very sad. May God forgive her :(Recommend

  • hashim
    Feb 7, 2011 - 12:23AM

    I don’t understand or believe most of what some of the people here are saying.

    Do you really think an American in his right mind would assault 2 “innocent” people without being threatened. That is absolutely ridiculous. I’m fairly certain they were trying to rob him and they got what they deserved. As someone who has been mugged multiple times, I feel great Raymond Davis was able to do what I have felt like doing to these scum who go rob/shoot innocent people. Had a Saudi or some other Arab embassy person done this; not only would they not be in jail but they would be lauded by our ignorant public.

    Please THINK. Just ask yourself WHY. There was no reason to kill these two other than self defence. Lets just leave it at that. Kill or be killed and Raymond Davis def made sure of one thing. No pillion riding wannabe gangsters are going to try and rob an American anymore. Recommend

  • R. Khan
    Feb 7, 2011 - 12:30AM

    Davis will be released in next few days! We are economic slaves & as you know slaves obey the orders of their masters. If we would have been living within our means since 47, we would have been much better off but we were fond of expensive toys only given by Uncle Sam. We deserve since what you sow is what you reap. No end in sight! Still time to get rid of these useless toys instead take care of poor people of Pakistan who are dying due to hunger but who cares for them neither the politicians nor the generals. Game will continue!Recommend

  • Sara
    Feb 7, 2011 - 12:41AM

    American slaves did their part in her suicide. Instead, they did character assassination of victims to please their masters.Recommend

  • Eeman.
    Feb 7, 2011 - 12:56AM

    If we go by this method, considering the injustices in Pakistan over the killings of Pakistanis by fellow Pakistanis, half of the widows will endup killing themselves. Recommend

  • N
    Feb 7, 2011 - 1:25AM

    what can the government possibly do when our country is in a huge debt…….their hands are tied…….i think independant human rights organisations should pursue this matter……..we should make it as public as possible by holding peaceful rallies….only then can we expect justice……may Shumaila’s soul rest in peaceRecommend

  • Ahmed
    Feb 7, 2011 - 2:26AM
  • ramin
    Feb 7, 2011 - 2:50AM

    Did she know her husband was robbing robbing other people for a living?

    Even the Taliban would have killed him!

    So unholy .. unislamic!Recommend

  • Zazi
    Feb 7, 2011 - 5:02AM

    Now who has blood on their hands? Davis, the Americans or Pakistani State (includes PM, President, Malik, FO and Qureshi) and the FRIENDLY OPPOSSITION. No statement from Sharif’s nor ANP nor MQM nor PML-Q???? You would wonder when they died.Recommend

  • Mustafa
    Feb 7, 2011 - 5:26AM

    Only Allah wrath can take away her corrupt spineless leaders from this gr8 nation of Pakistan AMEEN!!!Recommend

  • Abdul Rauf khan
    Feb 7, 2011 - 5:45AM

    Who is the responsible of this death now?Sad to hear this news,I strongly say to the Punjab government and federal government please keep stand on the justice in this very sensitive issue case.otherwise, both PPP and Noon league will lost the government.Recommend

  • Saira
    Feb 7, 2011 - 6:53AM

    PPP = Pakistan Puppets Party, the slaves of America.

    Pakistan needs a revolution like Egypt and Tunisia. Even in Pakistan, a white man’s life is more important than a Pakistani man or Pakistani women’s life. Shame on PPP.Recommend

  • asif
    Feb 7, 2011 - 8:08AM

    Its time to cut relations with the US. Not pick a fight with them, but cut all ties with them. Our leaders are too much of a slavish mentality to be able to deal with americans on equal footings. So until we learn how to protect our rights we must cut of all relatiosn with the us. If these slaves let this guy go then we must demand all americasn to go so that they dont shoot us again in the street tormorrow with no fear of any consequences. Remember if this guy goes you will be giving a license to kill Pakistanis.Recommend

  • Mian Mazhar
    Feb 7, 2011 - 8:28AM

    If there is no justice in a society , there penetrates great disturbances within the society.
    Where is the lawyers movement ? . All our leaders are corrupt. I can’t say what can we expect from our corrupt leaders. Our people’s government is only provving “MIGHT IS RIGHT” .Recommend

  • Mian Mazhar
    Feb 7, 2011 - 9:08AM

    It is the right of every citizen to get justice.Recommend

  • SA
    Feb 7, 2011 - 9:51AM

    @I am a responsible and civilized citizen of Pakistan: That historic bluinder is underway! Such a sorry state!Recommend

  • Hammad Ali
    Feb 7, 2011 - 10:25AM

    It is time for a REVOLUTION. We will be a dead nation if do not get up and form alliance against injustice. This case is going to determine our destiny.

    Either we would drain down in the history or rise up as a nation. Choice is always ours !Recommend

  • Shah Kamal
    Feb 7, 2011 - 10:44AM

    And it turns out that the two guys killed may have been intelligence operatives and the poor widow committing suicide.If davis is released now without any court orders, it may prove to be the last nail in the coffin of this american backed sham democracy. Recommend

  • Asif
    Feb 7, 2011 - 11:25AM

    @naxam hashmi:
    Very funny….Recommend

  • IZ
    Feb 7, 2011 - 11:26AM

    This is rather suspicious…Recommend

  • Feb 7, 2011 - 11:45AM

    The real enemy in tunisia and elsewhere in North Africa and the Arab world is the military. However in none of those countries is the military being challenged. For real change, the likes of Gen Kayani have to be told to go back to their barracks and await the next order from the civilian government. Raymond Davis is not the enemy – nor is America. Recommend

  • Feb 7, 2011 - 11:45AM

    Simply unfortunate. May Allah save our country from traitors. Muslims always suffered from insiders and we are surrounded by many.Recommend

  • N
    Feb 7, 2011 - 12:32PM

    @asif…..have u forgotten how much the Pakistani government owes the American government……we cant afford to cut all ties with them……plus this is what they did to demand Davis’ release……cut off bilateral trade………..cutting off ties with the Americans is not the solution unless another country is willing to pay our debt to themRecommend

  • Amer
    Feb 7, 2011 - 12:44PM

    This is rather suspicious…to say the least! Let the courts do their work, no one has released Davis and the case is still fresh in the media and the people’s minds. There was no need to commit suicide on this case, suicide is a sin and people should not go to this extent. PLEASE!
    But at the same time, I have always said that if Davis is released it might be time for a revolution here!Recommend

  • We always criticize the government and our officials. We are justified in doing that, but think, are we good citizens of our country and our society? Do we play our role in changing the state of our country with practical individual measures rather than discussing things in a pessimistic way?Recommend

  • Khan
    Feb 7, 2011 - 2:26PM

    @Abbas Khan:
    What nonsense we keep on repeating about sins, sinners and divine justice. The suicide of this young widow is a tight slap, a spit on your face, my face and on our SICK AND MEDIEVAL collective consciousness. Before some months a young boy was beaten to death in Sialkot and a big crowd gathered around stood passively watching this lynch justice. In Sindh young girls accused of illegitimate relationships are just thrown to hungry dogs. In same accusations girls in Balauchistan are burried alive. Suicide bombs, target killings etc etc etc are now part of the daily life in our country. Who is responsible for all this? We all! We have imposed upon us arab and western cultures and forgotten the our own Industani culture, we are a nation which lacks it`s own identity. Recommend

  • Adeel
    Feb 7, 2011 - 2:38PM

    those men killed were intelligence operatives…they were not robbers!!Recommend

  • Syed kashif Jafri
    Feb 7, 2011 - 2:52PM

    I still cannot understand how Davis can kill citizens like this. It could be an attempt of self defence. we all aware of street crimes in lahore and karachi it could be that. lets court to decide and reach on the verdict. But for sure he should not get Deplomatic amensity. Suicide by the lady is sin as well as a crime i have no sympathy for her.Revolution in arab countries are against dictators and for a change. pakistan’s case is entirely different. Even by revolution you cannot stop WOT which is the main issue of poverty in pakistan. We should bring revolution of education so that people become more civilised and skilled.Recommend

  • Engr. Suhail Bin Rashid Sheikh
    Feb 7, 2011 - 2:55PM

    Committing suicide is sin which can not be done in any way; May Allah forgive her for this!

    Apart from this, it is of course obvious that Raymond will be release any time and no revolution will come and things will be the same as before! The reason is, we are very far from our religion, it is very ‘old-fashioned’ to talk about religion now-a-days! Unless and until we don’t change ourselves, nothing is going to change. Whoever is reading it, promise with yourself and your family to start doing just 3 things; real love with Nabi Kareem (S.A.W.), praying 5 times a day and recite Darood Shareef as much as u can! I am very much sure things will be better very soon. Regards.Recommend

  • SK
    Feb 7, 2011 - 2:57PM

    unfortunately she is not the first one and won’t be last either!!!! In the land of pure, people rot more than dead animals while so called leaders ride humvees and mercs….
    May she rest in peace and may HE forgive her sins…..Recommend

  • Nasir Taimoori
    Feb 7, 2011 - 3:03PM

    The people, who are suggesting don’t commit suicide, have not left any effective alternative. If yes, then what they could do? Recommend

  • N
    Feb 7, 2011 - 5:42PM

    @responsible citizen……………i couldnt agree more……..the ppl in this country expect one man to make the world right……it doesnt work that way……..we can only make our country a better place to live in if we unite and fight for injustice, and are willing to suffer in the course…..Recommend

  • Nadeem Ahmed
    Feb 7, 2011 - 6:17PM

    She has not only killed herself also murdered an innocent baby in her womb. Her family should be arrested and charged over this negligence. These people are creating lot of problems for Pakistan. I don’t care if Davis is punished, but why death of two people by a foreigner has become such a big issue. Only becuase Davis is an American. Shame on those who are playing their game to settle score with America.Recommend

  • salim
    Feb 7, 2011 - 6:29PM

    It’s amazing that religeous leaders who preach that suicide is HARAM were out demonstrating in sympathy for her. We live in a hypocritical society!!Recommend

  • Feb 7, 2011 - 6:36PM

    Where there is no justice, there is no state.Sultan Khan, USARecommend

  • kamaal
    Feb 7, 2011 - 8:13PM

    Its a conspiracy by CIA/RAW/MOSAD…Recommend

  • Noorq
    Feb 7, 2011 - 8:59PM

    Well, Mr. Hashim even if these guys had tried to rob him, he was not supposed to kill them unless there was a real threaten to his own life. Anyhow we do not know about the facts yet and probably it will never come to daylight even though the kill has been made in broad daylight and in front of hundreds of people. If we leave ray for moment alone, you tell me what was the fault of the 3rd guy who was cruched by ray rescuer car. You probably will say that it was an accident. Well even if it was an accident, why did the guy didn’t stop, even showed gun to those who tried to stop him. He simply dragged the deceased and run away from the scene. Nobody can justify this 3rd kill whatsoever.

    But the real issue is American don’t bother for killing 100s in order to save one who is out of them. This is what the recent history is telling us. This is another thing if somebody intentionally close his eyes and ears like most of the PPP and PML are doing.Recommend

  • Muhammad Shakeel
    Feb 7, 2011 - 11:04PM

    what’s going on in our country. Where are leader? i feel shame on using a word leader for those people who do not care of poor people. Why there eyes are close. why they don’t dare to say any thing to amerciafor God sake get up and do some thing because they have to die Recommend

  • Abdul-Mughis Rana
    Feb 7, 2011 - 11:30PM

    Somehow I feel in either case Pakistan must conduct a case in the court of law and if found guilty Raymond Davis must get what the court decides or R.D be exchanged (if the family of the deceased Pakistanis agree) with Dr. Aafia Siddiqi. And America must bear the outcome with patience as World leaders needs to present admirable followings, I am sure America will not let down the people of the World’s expectation. Recommend

    Feb 8, 2011 - 12:48AM

    people will not sit in home quitly now if davis would released without any punish bcz now he is the murderer of 4 not 3 and……Recommend

  • Aamir+Ali
    Feb 8, 2011 - 1:08AM

    Usually people conduct a protest or self-immolation or some other act AFTER an event, this woman has committed a sin before anything.Recommend

  • Adnan S. Khan
    Feb 8, 2011 - 1:23PM

    Nothing is going to change by her suicide… In fact she harmed only herself, and according to Islam committing suicide is an unforgivable sin. She was weak in her faithRecommend

  • @N: Yes we need unity but how can it be possible if we don’t mitigate our differences and differences in our view points. We need tolerance and empathy for others to get united and come with one voice. I have to correct ourselves first, then we can be able to support unity in a meaningful way but if we retain our fanatic thoughts without showing any flexibility in attitude then we are likely to be as divided as we are.Recommend

  • Feb 8, 2011 - 1:51PM

    Kids should be wary of who they be robbing when it is their very first attempt. Recommend

  • SA
    Feb 8, 2011 - 2:00PM

    @Nadeem Ahmed: If you put yourself in her shoes only then you would understand what she went through. How often have you had your loved ones MURDERED?Recommend

  • feroze
    Feb 8, 2011 - 4:21PM

    Suicide is the worst Ghuna in Islam. I have no sympathy for this person and who is the cleric that led the Namz-e-janaza? He is equally guilty and these same clerics could not lead the prayer for the Shaheed Salman Taseer who was MURDERED in cold blood!! Shame on the MULLAH brigade.Recommend

  • sadia khan
    Feb 8, 2011 - 9:25PM

    i have followed the case of suicide closely.This matter is much more complicated then it looks like. it was a forced suicide or may be she was deceived in to doing it .the lady who was her sole attendant had no relationship with her.according to the relatives she was kept in the general ward for more then 5 hrs.at the time of the burial police was guarding every thing .despite the pleadings of the relatives she was not allowed to be buried next to her husband rather in a village unmarked grave.in one of the photos her attendant is helping her drink water and in the background no drips can be seen. no one was allowed to reach shamaila to offer blood money…..we should start thinkingRecommend

  • SA
    Feb 9, 2011 - 10:37AM

    @feroze: And shame on you as well! You’re no better than those mullahs who preach bigotry! For your very kind information a person who committs suicide in NEVER in the right state of mind and hence has no cognizance of right and wrong; it should be left between the individual and Allah! Who has given us the right to decide whether Shumaila will go to heaven or hell or if she’s committed a sin or not!
    @Sadia Khan: People don’t really care whether it was a forced suicide, murder or whatever! They take it just for another piece of news and they’ll continue to comment till they find something new to gossip about! Its sickening to see how some people here are condemning her act as a unforgivable sin rather than relating to her pain and anguish and feeling sorry for the poor soul. We are a self-righteous nation of words only, words without feelings! Recommend

  • @Sadia: What we need to think?Recommend

  • SUB
    Feb 10, 2011 - 10:29AM

    @feroze: Try to get rid of the Mullah syndrome, there is more to life. See a doctor if you need to. At least you can read and learn that saying Janaza prayer of a suicide victim is not prohibited in any religion or sect of IslamRecommend

  • mian yasir 189 rasoolpur
    Feb 15, 2011 - 7:35PM

    yasir 189 she is an innocent girl her marriage took place 3 month ago raymond kills her husband she comments suicide on 6-2-2011 b/c there is no justice in pakistanRecommend

  • Blue-Eyes
    Feb 15, 2011 - 10:13PM

    He is a spook. He was spying. His name and everything we have been told about him is false. the two guys chasing him were trying to either intimidate him, kill him, or bring him in. He probably had some good intel. memory cards in the car, digital camera, telescope. Why would one of the “wives” kill herself? Dont believe anything the media tells you about this. The government will spin it until it is so confusing that people will ofrget it.Recommend

  • Blue-Eyes
    Feb 15, 2011 - 10:19PM

    This is what I think:
    My guess is she knew something. Possibly the American paid the other two for information. Then there was a disagreement and they needed to get rid of the American because he had the data that would implicate them as traitors. She knew about it and went along with it or was actively involved. Why else would she kill herself? She was obviously trying to avoid scandal of some sort that would embarass her, her family, her country.Recommend

  • Feb 16, 2011 - 10:34PM

    Raymond Davis must be punished under Islamic Law, because he murder three innocents people, and why American approeched for his releasing, there are many peopl detained in American and others europien Countries, whey they did not release Dr.Afia Siddiqui, Recommend

  • Abdul
    Feb 18, 2011 - 4:58PM

    Raymond Allen Davis and his American accomplices are the ruthless, sadistic and barbaric American terrorists who had murdered three innocent Pakistani men who are Faizan Haider, Faheem Shamshad and Ibadur Rehman in cold blood. Davis shot five rounds at Faizan Haider, Faheem Shamshad through his windshield at at a traffic light near Qurtaba Chowk in the Mozang Chungi area of Lahore Pakistan. Next, Davis got out of his vehicle and shot four more rounds into the two men as they lay on the pavement and he took pictures and videos of his victims with his cell phone. The innocent Pakistani men were shot to death from behind by Raymond Allen Davis. The witnesses say that the victims did not threaten nor touch their guns when the American terrorist murdered them. Faizan Haider was still alive at the time. Davis then radioed for backup whereupon a vehicle, a Toyota Land Cruiser Prado with four occupants, arrived at the scene. The Prado jumped the median on Jail Road, traveling against the oncoming traffic, ran over and killed a motorcyclist, later identified as Ebadur Rehman, and fled the scene in order to reach Davis. Then the Land Cruiser, which had a fake number plate, LZN-6970, moving recklessly went to the US consulate.

    According to the 1963 Vienna Convention, Pakistani police can arrest Raymond Allen Davis who had committed a grave crime that is a murder.

    The death of Shumaila, the wife of Faheem, is directly related to the horrible murder committed by the Amercan terrorist Raymond Allen Davis. These horrible murders simply reflect the ruthless and immoral US regime that is behaving like the Nazi regime by terrorizing Muslim countries and mass murdering innocent and defenseless Muslims.

    Only criminals support Raymond Allen Davis and his American accomplices who had murdered innocent Pakistani people in cold blood. If an American diplomat murder your beloved sons, would you release the US diplomat while you are grieving the deaths of your sons?Recommend

  • blue eyes
    Feb 18, 2011 - 9:33PM

    The american will be given backRecommend

  • Feb 27, 2011 - 7:47PM

    Top-secret CIA documents show that Raymond Allen Davis (born 02 Oct 1974) was providing nuclear fissile material and biological agents to the ‘terrorists’ assigned to destabilise Pakistan. Davis was employed by the American under cover agencies, but this information is still withheld on the orders of American politicians. The documents show Davis had links with the terrorists, working on the CIA’s plan to sabotage, destabilise and disarm Pakistan. Davis also worked for American Task Force 373 (TF373), Blackwater XE, DynaCorp and other under cover American agencies still operating in Pakistan. TF373 (Delta Force) is assigned to hire locals (Orange Force) to plant bombs in Pakistan, destabilise and leave the country without adequate defense. This is an uncompromising national security issue in Pakistan. Davis was employed by the American under cover agencies, but this information is still withheld on the orders of American politicians…Recommend

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