Thursday, February 17, 2011

Background Info: Raymond Allen Davis (Wikipedia)

Excerpt from ongoing article below:

"It has been reported that CIA drone attacks in Waziristan, which had been occurring at the average rate of two to three per week since 2008, have stopped since Raymond Davis was arrested. The last reported drone attacks took place on January 23, four days before the Raymond Davis incident. Some article speculate as to possible relation between the arrest and the cessation of the attacks."

Perhaps a long long hold would help US to come to their senses regarding these unmanned vehicles of death?


Raymond Allen Davis diplomatic incident

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(February 2011)

Raymond Allen Davis
Born October 2, 1974 (1974-10-02) (age 36)
Wise, Virginia
Residence Highlands Ranch, Colorado
Nationality United States
Citizenship United States
Alma mater Powell Valley High School
Occupation disputed
Employer US Consulate in Lahore
Home town Wise, Virginia
Criminal charge double homicide and illegal possession of a firearm
Criminal status on trial
Spouse Rebecca Davis

The Raymond Allen Davis incident occurred on January 27, 2011 when Raymond Davis, a U.S. citizen and a consultant for the U.S. Consulate in Lahore killed two armed men in the Pakistani city of Lahore .[1][2][3] He is now facing two separate criminal charges, one for double murder and the second for illegal possession of a firearm. The incident led to a diplomatic furor and deterioration in the ties between Pakistan and USA which hit a new low. The US government maintains that Davis is protected by diplomatic immunity under the Vienna Conventions and has demanded that he be released from custody immediately.[4] Foreign Minister of Pakistan Shah Mahmood Qureshi said that according to official records and experts in the Foreign Office, Davis is "not a diplomat and cannot be given blanket diplomatic immunity". It has been suggested that Qureshi's stand on the issue lead to his being dropped by the government.[5] [6] [7] [8] The incident also led to widespread protests in Pakistan demanding action against Davis.[9] US president Barack Obama asked Pakistan not to prosecute Davis and treat him like a diplomat and said “There’s a broader principle at stake that I think we have to uphold.”[10]

IncidentDavis stated that after withdrawing cash from a bank cash machine, he was driving alone in his white Honda Civic and had stopped at a traffic light near Qurtaba Chowk in the Mozang Chungi area of Lahore when two men pulled alongside him on a motorbike.[1][11] After one of the young men allegedly brandished a pistol at him, Davis opened fire and killed both of them with his own 9mm Glock pistol.[1]

Davis claimed to the police his actions were in self-defense. Davis' weapon was not licensed.[12] The two men on the motorcycle were parked at the light in front of Davis' car.[13] Davis shot them through his windshield. After the shooting, Davis is alleged to have exited his car to take pictures and videos of his victims with his cell phone.[14] Faizan Haider was still alive at the time. He later died in hospital. Another version of events is that Davis shot five rounds through his windshield, got out of his vehicle and shot four more rounds into the two men as they lay on the pavement.[15][11]

Davis then radioed for backup whereupon a vehicle, a Toyota Land Cruiser Prado with four occupants, arrived at the scene.[1] 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.[1]

Davis himself left the scene but was apprehended by two traffic wardens at Old Anarkali Food Street in Anarkali Bazaar, where he was handed over to police.[1][13][16][17] [14] People gathered at the scene blocked the roads and burnt tires in protest of the incident. Later, the demonstrations moved to the police station where Davis' car had been impounded.[18] According to some news sources, items recovered from Davis' car included a portable telescope, a wallet, US and Pakistani currency, a digital camera, computer memory cards, a passport, a cellphone, first aid kit items, a box cutter and a flashlight.[19]

[edit] VictimsPolice confirmed that the two men that were shot by Davis, identified as Faizan Haider (22) and Faheem Shamshad (26) were carrying sidearms but that no shots were fired from these weapons. It is disputed whether the firearms were licenced or not.[20] A senior police officer has said that Haider had a criminal record and was previously involved in dacoity.[1][21] But neighbours, friends and family of the young men deny any criminal records or illegal activity.[22] The two victims were reported to have been carrying two cellphones they had allegedly stolen earlier in the day, three other cellphones, a Rolex-style watch, and four different types of currency. Pakistani media have also reported, that Davis also carried multiple ATM and military ID cards and what was described as a facial disguise or makeup. The Pakistani official said Davis also carried identification cards from the U.S. consulates in Lahore and Peshawar but not from the embassy in Islamabad.[19] The police officer in charge of the investigation, Zulfiqar Hameed, is reported as having said that both had criminal records and eyewitness testimony suggested that they were trying to rob Davis.[23]. But other news reports have the Lahore Police Chief, Aslam Tareen making a statement explaining that Police rejected Davis' plea of self-defence precisely because of eye witness statements. Police Chief Tareen, describing the shooting as "a clear-cut murder," explained that the self-defence plea "had been considered but the eyewitnesses, the other witnesses and the forensic reports, they showed that it was not a case of self-defence."[24]

After the incident multiple Pakistani officials told ABC News that both the victims were working for Inter-Services Intelligence and were following Davis because he was spying. This was denied by US officials.[25] The The Express Tribune also reported that the two dead motorcyclists were intelligence operatives quoting a Pakistani security official who requested not to be identified since he was not authorized to speak to the media.[26] Pakistani officials alleged that Davis had traveled to Waziristan and met with some people without the approval of ISI and therefore was being followed in an attempt to intimidate him.[27] Davis alleged that the victims were trying to rob him but the police delayed registering cases against Haider and Shamshad.[28] On February 6th Shamshad's widow, Shumaila Kanwal, committed suicide after taking poisonous pills, fearing that Davis would be released without trial, police and doctors said. [29][21]

A third man was later killed "in a hit and run" when a US consulate car, reportedly sped down the wrong side of the road on its way to aid the American. [30] Questions concerning the third victim, whether the vehicle that killed him was driven by a consul official, whether the consul is claiming diplomatic immunity from civil suits in relation to manslaughter caused by a road traffic accident have attracted little media attention.[31]

One of the shot victims died on the spot and the other succumbed to injuries at the Services Hospital, Lahore. The motorcyclist who was run over by the consular vehicle was also rushed to the same hospital in a critical condition, but could not survive due to excessive bleeding. The motorcyclist killed by the speeding US Consulate vehicle was identified as Ubaidur (or Abdur) Rehman.[32]

The US Consulate vehicle that killed motorcyclist Rehman carried a fake number plate, sources told Geo News. Investigations have revealed that the car number was actually registered in the name of Sufi Munawwar Hussain, a resident of Sahiwal district in Punjab province.[33]

[edit] Diplomatic statusDavis claims to have diplomatic immunity. The Punjab authorities (the province in which Davis was arrested) claim that Davis was not on a diplomatic visa but on an official business visa.[34] The Government of the United States of America claims that Raymond Davis is a diplomat and should not have been arrested or be prosecuted under Pakistani law for he is covered by diplomatic immunity under the Vienna Convention on Diplomatic Relations. The United States of America and Pakistani governments do not agree on what the legal status of Raymond Davis is in Pakistan.[35] was, at the time of his arrest and according to his interrogators, also carrying an ID showing that he worked for the US consulate general in Peshawar. In the video of his interrogation, Davis is heard and seen showing several ID badges around his neck, and states that one is from Islamabad, and one is from Lahore. He then adds, "I work as a consultant there".[36]

According to US officials even though senior Pakistani officials believe in private that Davis is protected under Vienna convention the government appears to be unwilling or unable to enforce the protocol.[37]

In two articles [38][39] appearing in a Pakistani newspaper called The Express Tribune, the precise status of Davis's and the American Government's claim of immunity has been examined by Najmuddin Shaikh a former Pakistani diplomat. He wrote that the question of diplomatic immunity depends on whether Davis was on the staff of the 'consulate' or the 'embassy' as the privileges and immunities of each are very different. If Davis was on the staff of the 'embassy' Shaik points out that the question of immunity would depend upon whether Davis was in Mozang Chowrangi in the ‘course of his duties’ and who should decide that.[39] Regarding the law concerning if Davis was on the 'consular' staff, a practising lawyer in Islamabad, Mirza Shahzad Akbar, quoting the Vienna Convention of 1963 wrote in The News International: “one needs to read Article 41 (1) which says: Consular officers shall not be liable to arrest or detention pending trial, except in the case of a grave crime and pursuant to a decision by the competent judicial authority. Now having read the law, there should be no doubt in anyone’s mind that if a member of US Consulate in Lahore kills someone, he is answerable to a court of law in that jurisdiction, as there is no other crime more heinous or more grave than murder."[40] Pakistani investigators have determined that Davis did not shoot the two men acting in self-defence and the police are recommending he face a charge of double murder.[41]

Writing for Counterpunch, the journalist Dave Lindorff has written "in other words, the prosecutorial, police and judicial authorities in Lahore and the state of Punjab are doing exactly what they are supposed to do in holding Davis on murder charges, pending a judicial determination concerning whether or not he can properly claim diplomatic immunity. The US claim that Pakistan is violating the convention is simply nonsense."[42]

Davis in the mobile phone video of his interrogation did not claim that he had a diplomatic rank, but rather that he was "doing consulting work for the consular general, who is based at the US consulate in Lahore."[43] According to USA Today "U.S. officials in Islamabad will say only that he was an American Embassy employee who was considered part of the 'administrative and technical staff'."[44]

[edit] Davis' background This article's references may not meet Wikipedia's guidelines for reliable sources. Please help by checking whether the references meet the criteria for reliable sources. (February 2011)

On February 9, an article on the website of WCYB in Bristol, Virginia stated that he graduated from Powell Valley High School in Big Stone Gap, Virginia in 1993.[45] The alumni page of the high school includes a Raymond Davis who graduated in that year.[46] Davis reportedly has previous US Special Forces experience, having spent 10 years in the military, beginning with basic training at Fort Benning, GA, in 1993, a six month period of service with the United Nations peacekeeping forces in Macedonia, then time with the Third Special Forces Group at Fort Bragg, and leaving the military in 2003.[4] With his wife, Rebecca, Davis[4] runs Hyperion Protective Consultants, LLC based in Orlando, Florida, a company that specializes in providing "loss and risk management professionals".[47] Counterpunch reports that it has found that the claimed Orlando address of Hyperion Protective Services has never been leased out to a company of that name and that no such company is licensed in Florida.[48] A Las Vegas address given in a post[49][unreliable source?] for Hyperion Protective Services turns up in other sources, but it is a UPS store.[50][original research?] The box at the UPS store was used as an address for "Dale Evars" in a 2007 chain letter experiment.[51][unreliable source?][original research?] According to at least one article, Hyperion is based in Nevada.[4] and the Nevada Secretary of State Website ( confirms its existence as a Nevada Corporation since 5/30/2006 with Raymond and Rebecca Davis as Managing Partners. Initial investigations have made his position very awkward and suspicious that says about his unexplained phone calls and possible connections with Taliban linked extremists[52]

[edit] AftermathThe Government of Pakistan is under extreme pressure from the United States to release Raymond Davis.[53] [54] [55] [56]News reports indicate that the Pakistani Embassy in Washington was cut off from all communications with the United States Department of State over this issue. Diplomatic notes were sent by the US Government to Pakistan's Foreign Office urging it to grant diplomatic Immunity to Mr Davis. A delegation of the United States House Committee on Armed Services conveyed a veiled threat that Pakistan-US defense cooperation could be under cloud if the standoff persisted on the issue of immunity for Raymond Davis.[36][57][58] In another incident, an ABC News report alleged the Pakistani ambassador to the U.S. Husain Haqqani of receiving threats from the US National Security Advisor Tom Donilon of being removed if action was not taken on the Raymond Davis case. Haqqani however categorically denied the allegation. According to the same report, Donilon also warned of US consulates closing down in Pakistan and an upcoming visit by President Zardari to Washington being rejected.[59]

On February 12 Philip J. Crowley the US Assistant Secretary of State for Public Affairs announced that trilateral meetings between US, Afghan and Pakistani officials to be held on February 23 and 24 were postponed due to political changes in Pakistan.[60]

According to news, blood money is being considered an option to get Davis a pardon.[61] On February 1, 2011, a petition brought by Pakistani lawyer Saeed Zafar[62] was ruled upon by Lahore High Court Chief Justice Ejaz Ahmed Chaudhry where an order was issued to put Davis' name on Pakistan's Exit Control List in order to restrain him from being handed over to US authorities.[63]

On February, 2, 2011, about a week after the shooting, an article appeared in the Denver Post [64] saying that Raymond Davis lives in Highlands Ranch, Colorado, and had previously lived in Las Vegas, Lexington, Kentucky, Vail, Arizona, and Fort Bragg, North Carolina. This contradicts Philip J. Crowley, Assistant Secretary of State, who in two Department of State briefings to the press, indicated that Raymond Allen Davis was not his real name.[65][66]

"Let me say three things: first, I can confirm that an employee at the US consulate in Lahore was involved in an incident today. It is under investigation. We have not released the identity of our employee at this point, and reports of a particular identity that are circulating through the media are incorrect. The name is wrong. The name that's out there is wrong. Including that one, yes. Not correct."
- Jan. 27, 2011 U.S. Department of State Daily Press Briefing by Assistant Secretary Philip J. Crowley at the State Department.[67]
On February 8, Barrister Iqbal Jafree filed a petition to the Lahore High Court claiming Raymond Davis is not the real name of the accused, and that the accused should be tried for forgery. The petition also asserts that a forged passport cannot be the basis for immunity from prosecution.[68]

On February 14, it was reported that a Pakistani federal minister close to President Asif Ali Zardari told a journalist “We are not in a position to oblige the US because this matter is now sub judice and the Lahore High Court has included the name of Raymond Davis in the Exit Control List. If we do anything in violation of the court orders, then the court will summon us for contempt and we are sure that the people of Pakistan will come out on the roads against us and our fate will be worse than Hosni Mubarak.”[69]

It is alleged that following his arrest, the police recovered photographs of sensitive areas and defense installations from Davis' camera, among which included snapshots of the Bala Hisar Fort, the headquarters of the paramilitary Frontier Corps in Peshawar and of Pakistan Army’s bunkers on the Eastern border with India. The Government of Punjab considered Davis a security risk after the recovery of the photos.[70] Prosecutors also suggested that Davis be charged with espionage.[70]

The News International reports that top Pakistani Foreign Office officials allege that Pakistan's President, Asif Ali Zardari asked the Foreign Office in categorical terms that Davis should be given diplomatic immunity and for this purpose, the Foreign Office should immediately issue a backdated letter notifying Raymond as ‘member of staff member of the US embassy, in Islamabad.[71] Former foreign minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi said in categorical terms that as per the official record and advice given to him by experts in the Foreign Office, Raymond Davis is not a diplomat and cannot be given blanket diplomatic immunity.

"On the basis of the official record and the advice given to me by the technocrats and experts of the Foreign Office, I could not certify him (Raymond Davis) as a diplomat". Qureshi also told The News:

"The kind of by blanket immunity Washington is pressing for Davis, is not endorsed by the official record of the Foreign Ministry,"[72] Qureshi reiterated this stance after a meeting with Chairman US Foreign Relations Committee John Kerry on the 16th Feb. Qureshi said he kept quiet on the Davis case earlier upon instructions from the leadership of the Pakistan People's Party (PPP), but implied that his stance on the matter had cost him his job. As of the 16th February a new foreign minister has not yet been appointed.[73]

Imran Khan, the founder and chairman of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (Movement for Justice, a small opposition party) said "The people don't trust the government any more. It has time and again proven that it lies to its public," and he has said he believes that it is only proper that Davis be tried before local courts, so that Islamabad's role, if any, also be brought to light. Khan also believes that if Davis is simply handed over to Washington, "no one will accept the [immunity] verdict and it will lead to anti-Americanism and increase extremism in Pakistan."[74]

In a statement, the Pakistani Taliban warned the government against releasing Davis. A spokesman for the Taliban said “If (Pakistani) rulers hand him over to America then we will target these rulers. If Pakistani courts cannot punish Davis then they should hand him over to us.” [75] Commenting on the case President of the United States Obama stated that Pakistan must release Davis immediately and treat him like a diplomat and uphold a broader principle.[10] Senator John Kerry arrived in Pakistan on February 15th in an effort to secure release of Davis. He was expected to use his personal contacts in Pakistan to get this done.[76]

A Pakistani court has delayed until 14 March a decision on whether Davis has diplomatic immunity. "As the deputy attorney general has requested three weeks to submit a reply on the status of Raymond Davis, the case is adjourned until 14 March," news agency AFP quoted Lahore High Court Chief Justice Ijaz Mohammad Chaudhry as saying.[77]

A writ petition was filed on 16th February in the Lahore High Court by Advocate Muhammad Azhar Siddique requesting a judicial inquiry into the alleged tampering, manipulation and forgery of the record of immunity maintained by the ministry oncerning the Davis case.[78] Previously the Lahore High Court had demanded clarification from the federal and the provincial governments regarding the unverified visa of Raymond Davis. Barrister Iqbal Jaffery mentioned twice that the visa of Raymond Davis was unverified and a case has been registered against the officials of the Pakistan Embassy for negligence.[79]

DawnNews on Wednesday 16th February released an image of a US government pay stub document which appears to show that Raymond Davis is not a member of the diplomatic or consular staff but is a permanent employee of the US Overseas Protective Security Services. [80]

It has been reported that CIA drone attacks in Waziristan, which had been occurring at the average rate of two to three per week since 2008, have stopped since Raymond Davis was arrested. The last reported drone attacks took place on January 23, four days before the Raymond Davis incident. Some article speculate as to possible relation between the arrest and the cessation of the attacks. [81] [82]

[edit] See alsoPakistan – United States relations
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82.^ in slumber after Davis incident
[edit] External linksAmerican Raymond Davis' police interview after shooting two Pakistanis dead, The Daily Telegraph
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