I haven’t found a way to be cynical or funny about this yet, because honestly, it’s rather terrifying.


Apparently on January 27th, ’11, a man named Raymond Davis was arrested in Lahore Pakistan for killing what he said were two armed robbers. The two were later identified as Pakistani ISI agents. Davis was apponited by  the US to the embassy in Islamabad (the CIA station for Pakistan) and then to Lahore.

The problem with that story is that the autopsies of the two men show they each had multiple gunshot wounds, both with wounds in their backs, and one with a point blank shot to the head. These guys were not getting away.


Initially a State Department official named PJ Crowley came forward acknowledging the incident, but without releasing any names and adamantly denying any association of a “Raymond Davis”. They said this in a State Department press release….

QUESTION: A new topic. What can you tell us about this Raymond Davis, the – who works at the U.S. Consulate in Lahore and who apparently shot and killed two would-be robbers? What’s his position there? Does he have diplomatic immunity?

MR. CROWLEY: Well, let me say three things. First, I can confirm that an employee at the U.S. 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.

QUESTION: What does that mean? You mean the name?

MR. CROWLEY: I mean the name’s wrong.

QUESTION: The name that – the name that Michele —

MR. CROWLEY: The name that’s out there is wrong.

QUESTION: The name that was just mentioned?

MR. CROWLEY: Including that one.

QUESTION: The one that I just used —


QUESTION: — is wrong?

QUESTION: Is wrong?

MR. CROWLEY: Not correct.



Then we see that the New York Times sat on the info for almost 2 weeks fearing an outing of this “secret war”.

UK-based The Guardian reported the CIA connection and that American news outlets knew “but have kept it under wraps at the request of the Obama [ Images ] administration.”

After the news broke, the State Department asked several US publications to wait for another 24 hours while the US worked to secure Pakistani authorities’ commitment to place Davis in the “safest possible location”, the newspaper said.

“As profoundly unpalatable as it is, I think the Times did the only thing it could do,” writes Arthur Brisbane [ Images ], the public editor of NYT, in the opinion pages on the newspaper on Monday.

“Agreeing to the State Department’s request was a decision bound to bring down an avalanche of criticism and, even worse, impose serious constraints on The Times‘s journalism,” Brisbane said.

“The alternative, though, was to take the risk that reporting the CIA connection would, as warned, lead to Mr Davis’ death.”


A little background on Mr. “Davis”

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.[87] The alumni page of the high school includes a Raymond Davis who graduated in that year.[88] Davis reportedly has previous US Special Forces experience, having spent 10 years in the military, beginning with basic training at Fort Benning, Georgia, in 1993, a six month period of service with the United Nations Peacekeeping forces in Macedonia, then time with the 3rd Special Forces Group at Fort Bragg, and leaving the military in 2003.[7] He runs Hyperion Protective Consultants, LLC based in Orlando, Florida, a company that specializes in providing “loss and risk management professionals”.[89] 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.[90] According to at least one article, Hyperion is based in Nevada.[7] He has also been identified as a former Blackwater Worldwide contractor.[91]

On February, 2, 2011, about a week after the shooting, an article appeared in the Denver Post [92] 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).


So obviously this guy’s a spook, former and likely current “contractor” to the CIA. Associations with Blackwater (see XE) and  Hyperion Security.


Here’s where it starts to get fishy……

The Express Tribune quoting unnamed sources said that call records retrieved from mobile phones found on Davis had allegedly established his links with 33 Pakistanis, including 27 militants from the banned Taliban and Lashkar-e-Jhangvi.

The report claimed Davis was “said to be working on a  plan to give credence to the American notion that Pakistan’s nuclear weapons are not safe.”

“For this purpose, he was setting up a group of the Taliban which would do his bidding,” it said.

Davis’ job was to trace the links of the Taliban and al-Qaeda in different parts of Pakistan but instead investigators found that he had developed “close links” with the Taliban, the report said quoting a source.

Investigators had reportedly recovered 158 items from Davis, including a 9mm Glock pistol, 75 bullets, a GPS device, an infrared torch, a wireless set, two mobile phones, a digital camera, a survival kit, five ATM cards and Pakistani and US currency. The camera allegedly had photographs of Pakistani defence installations.

So this guy was working with the Taliban. Hmmm. That doesn’t seem right. Why would he be in constant contact with the leaders of our stated enemies in the region?


Now we all know we have spies running around all over the world. What they are up to is the mystery, and bits are coming out, albeit from shady sources. the implications of the next article are what got my attention……


Yahoo India says……

The most ominous point in this SVR report is “Pakistan’s ISI stating that top-secret CIA documents found in Davis’s possession point to his, and/or TF373, providing to al Qaeda terrorists “nuclear fissile material” and “biological agents“, which they claim are to be used against the United States itself in order to ignite an all-out war in order to re-establish the West’s hegemony over a Global economy that is warned is just months away from collapse,” the paper added. (ANI)


The “Agency” if you look into it has a pretty horrible record, and this bumble may shed light on what it is they really do. The fact of the matter is that the clock is winding down, and there are plenty of people in this country that will do whatever it takes (i.e. killing americans) to change the course of these ominous events. I love this country and what it stands for, which is why it pains me to watch it manipulated so badly by incompetent morons.  More and more I have to ask “What in the hell are they thinking”?

Wake up. Pay attention. Demand accountability. Don’t flee from the truth, for it is surely stranger than fiction……..