Faheem and his wife Shumaila: 'Murdered by American Terrorist Raymond Davis'
On 23 March 2011, we learn of the disappearance of the families of the two men murdered by the CIA's Raymond Davis.
Pak court seeks whereabouts of kin of two men killed by Davis
A Pakistani court has ordered the authorities to file a report by 28 March on the whereabouts of the families of Faizan Haider and Muhammad Faheem, the two men gunned down by the CIA's Raymond Davis.
The judge passed the order in response to a habeas corpus petition filed by lawyer Malik Munsif Awan, who claimed that the families disappeared around the time Davis was released from prison.
Lahore police chief Aslam Tareen told the court that the police visited the homes of the two murdered men but found the homes were locked.
The neighbours had no information on the whereabouts of the families.
The counsel for the two families claimed that somebody may have kidnapped the families and kept them in illegal detention.
He claimed there were fears that the families were forced to agree to the release of Davis.
Have the CIA death squads been at work?
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