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A CIA security contractor who fatally shot two Pakistani men in January was released on Wednesday after relatives of the victims received “blood money” as compensation and agreed to pardon him, U.S. officials said.

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  • US Pays Blood Money To Free CIA Contractor Raymond Davis
    Raymond Davis, the CIA contractor indicted for the murder of two ... Pakistan, has been freed, after the payment of $2.34 million in “blood money,” called diyya, to relatives of the two slain men. The ...
    03/17/2011 - 4:48 am | View Link
  • CIA contractor Raymond Davis freed in Pakistan killings
    Just hours after Lahore trial court judge Muhammad Yousaf Ojla announced Raymond Davis' formal indictment ... Rana Sanaullah said he was freed after the families of the slain men decided to accept ...
    03/16/2011 - 1:00 pm | View Link
  • Blood Money Buys CIA Contractor's Freedom
    By Ron Moreau and Sami Yousafzai In a surprising move today, Pakistan officials released an imprisoned CIA contractor charged ... The American, Raymond Davis, seems to have been freed after the ...
    03/16/2011 - 9:06 am | View Link
  • CIA contractor Raymond Davis freed from Pakistan jail on 'blood money'
    A CIA contractor held by Pakistani authorities was acquitted of two counts of murder Wednesday after blood money was paid to the families of the two men he shot dead. The verdict brings an end to a ...
    03/16/2011 - 8:19 am | View Link
  • CIA contractor Raymond Davis freed from Pakistan jail on 'blood money'
    A CIA contractor held by Pakistani authorities was acquitted of two counts of murder Wednesday after blood money was paid to the families of the two men he shot dead. The verdict brings an end to a ...
    03/16/2011 - 8:18 am | View Link
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  • Raymond Allen Davis incident
    On March 16, 2011, Davis was released after the families of the two killed men were paid $2.4 million in diyya (a form of monetary compensation or blood money). Judges then acquitted him on all charges and Davis immediately departed Pakistan.
    06/12/2019 - 4:51 am | View Website
  • CIA Contractor Raymond Davis Freed After 'Blood Money' Payment
    CIA Contractor Raymond Davis Freed After 'Blood Money' Payment. By Greg Miller and Shaiq Hussain, The Washington Post. 16 March 11 CIA security contractor who fatally shot two Pakistani men in January was released Wednesday after relatives of the victims received "blood money" as compensation and agreed to pardon him, US officials said.
    06/3/2019 - 12:58 am | View Website
  • CIA Contractor Raymond Davis Freed in Pakistan, Heading ...
    'Blood Money' Deal Frees CIA Contractor Raymond Davis From Pakistan. Raymond Davis, a CIA contractor held in Pakistan after a deadly shooting incident in January, was freed today and is on his way home, U.S. and Pakistani officials said. Davis was released from detention after $2.4 million was paid to the families of...
    05/29/2019 - 2:19 pm | View Website
  • US Pays Blood Money To Free CIA Contractor Raymond Davis
    Raymond Davis, the CIA contractor indicted for the murder of two young Pakistani motorcyclists, whom he gunned down in the back in broad daylight through his car windshield in a busy section of ...
    03/17/2011 - 11:43 am | View Website
  • CIA Contractor Raymond Davis Set Free After 'Blood Money ...
    CIA Contractor Raymond Davis Set Free After 'Blood Money' Deal Lahore, Mar 16: American CIA contractor Raymond Davis, arrested after he shot and killed two Pakistanis in January, was today ...
    03/16/2011 - 1:02 pm | View Website
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