Okay, take a close look at this photo. One of the men is unlike the others. Can you spot him?
That's right. The shirt is a dead giveaway. I mean who wears plaid in Pakistan?
The dude is one Raymond Davis, a CIA "contractor" being held by Pakistan authorities for gunning down two locals with the tried and proven Glock so popular in his homeland. The Americans now say that Davis was part of a covert team of operatives carrying out reconnaissance missions inside Pakistan for the CIA.
Since his arrest, the CIA director, the chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, and even president Obama have been calling their counterparts in Pakistan to get Davis released.
Davis was supposedly travelling under a US diplomatic passport. How a contractor gets one of those is kind of curious. In any case it doesn't seem the Pakistanis are buying the diplo immunity argument.
Memo to the CIA. Next time you send covert operatives to Pakistan, nix the plaid shirts.