Munter meets Awan: US engages legal counsel for Davis

The US has finally engaged a legal counsel for Davis, says US Embassy.

Maha Mussadaq February 22, 2011

ISLAMABAD: The US has finally engaged a legal counsel for Davis, said US Embassy acting spokesperson Courtney Beale while talking to The Express Tribune.

“We cannot disclose the names but yes we did work to find the right person,” Beale added. No lawyer has represented Davis so far, as the US claims the court proceedings are not in line with international laws.

Beale also confirmed that US Ambassador Cameron Munter met Law Minister Babar Awan on Monday to discuss legal issues pertaining to the Davis case, but declined to disclose details of the meeting.

Published in The Express Tribune, February 22nd, 2011.


Salim C Mitha | 10 years ago | Reply The expatriate Pakistani community in South Florida feels that the Pakistani authorities must take a firm stand on this issue. Don't be bullied.
Danny | 10 years ago | Reply Now Babar Awan is goin to be Davis's counsel??? If yes, then, what a Shame???
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