Pakistani Political Party Outs CIA Officer in Response to U.S. Drone Strikes

Pakistani Political Party Outs CIA Officer in Response to U.S. Drone Strikes

Pakistani political party Tehreek-e-Insaf revealed the name of “the top CIA spy in [their] country” and are calling for the spy and CIA Director John Brennan to be tried for murder.

In response to a November 21st drone strike, Tehreek-e-Insaf’s information secretary Shireen Mazari wrote a letter to Pakistani police asking them to prevent the outed spy from leaving the country.

According to the Huffington Post, Mazari accused the spy and Brennan of “waging war against Pakistan” and wants the spy interrogated to “produce the names of the pilots that fly the drones.” 

Tehreek-e-Insaf “is headed by cricket star Imran Khan… and has pushed Pakistan’s federal government… to take extreme measures like cutting off the NATO troop supply line to Afghanistan until the U.S. stops the [drone] attacks.”

Throughout the complaints about drone strikes, Pakistan has continued to take all financial aid the U.S. has been able to give. In summer 2013, they received $1.6 billion in aid, and the Obama administration is asking Congress to set aside another $1.1 billion for 2014. 

The “U.S. has approved over $9.4 billion in military and economic aid to Pakistan over the last five years.”

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