Amidst the heated debate going on, on Raymond Davis case, one thing is easy to contemplate and has become part of the “differential diagnosis” as to who might be involved in the target killings of innocent Pakistanis in Karachi, Lahore and elsewhere. This is also easy to understand that how and why the interests of the TTP and the foreign security agencies, working undercover in Pakistan, converge. Which further infers that, who might be the inventor of the false flag outfits in Pakistan?
Let us take a close look at the contents of Mr. Raymond’s belongings which include a GPS, a satellite phone & other hi-tech communication devices, military grade knives, cutters, 100 M16 bullets, sophisticated pistols, and above all, smart cameras, and more than 10 pictures of madrassas inside Lahore (picture shows all his belongings). Should such items be found on a respectable person like a diplomat? Or are they supposed to be found on a mercenary who was involved in espionage and/or a hunting mission?
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