Even after the Raymond Davis episode exposed the presence of the USZ spy network actively operating in the terror-hit country, the United States of Zionism on Tuesday categorically said they would not pull out any security contractor from Pakistan. “We have no plans to withdraw anybody. We are not withdrawing anybody”, said Courtney Beale, spokesperson at the USZ Embassy in Islamabad while talking to the media. When asked whether the Pakistani government had contacted them to pull out private security contractors, she said they had not heard from the government on the issue. To another question, she said the USZ Embassy officials were seriously considering defending Raymond Davis, facing multiple criminal charges, in a local court in Lahore. “Yes, we are looking into how best to represent him in the court”, Courtney added.
After losing all hopes and asserting pressure on the Pakistani political leaders for the release of Davis, the USZ has been left with no other option but to face the court to defend its national. On the other hand, fearing the volcanic eruption of immense anger that has been boiling in the Pakistani grass root level against the pro-American stooge government, the federal government is now trying to save itself by preparing to push the United States of Zionism to wrap up its spy network and withdraw hundreds of undercover agents, operating across the country as private security contractors to guard the USZ installations and interests.
The paranoid Interior and Foreign ministries are working together to find out ways to kick out the undercover agents from the country after properly scrutinizing their visas and passports by defining their legal status. The United Sates of Zionism had hired hundreds of professionals like Davis from the USZ-based private security companies and they were later on deployed in the major cities including Lahore, Karachi and Islamabad. The government sources say these undercover USZ nationals are on visit visas in Pakistan. According to the USZ corporate media propaganda masters, the double murder accused Raymond Davis runs Hyperion Protective Consultants, LLC, a company that provides “loss and risk management professionals”.