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Pakistanis protest against Davis' release - The Times of India:
"ISLAMABAD: Street protests erupted in Pakistan for a second day on Thursday against the release of American Raymond Davis, whose arrest after he shot dead two Pakistani men in January triggered a major diplomatic row between the two countries.More details of the protests in the article. Here is what all the flap is about:
Lawyers and some political groups took to the streets against the release of Davis, who has been described as a contractor for the American CIA, BBC reported. Small protests took place in Karachi and Lahore, it said.
Davis, 36, shot dead two Pakistanis on a motorcycle in Lahore Jan 27 after alleging they tried to rob him. He claimed he acted in self-defence.The US Department of State claims that "no compensation was paid," however they have not categorically denied any payment at all.
A third man was also killed when a speeding car tried to come to Davis' help.
The man (Davis) was sent to jail despite initial American claims that Davis was a diplomat and deserved diplomatic immunity.
The Dawn News said that Davis was released following a deal between the CIA and Pakistan's spy agency ISI.
A petition was meanwhile filed in the Lahore High Court challenging the release Wednesday after $2.3 million was reportedly paid to the kin of the two men he shot dead in January."
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