The Wife Of Faheem Killed By CIA Agent Raymond Davis Commit Suicide..
LAHORE: The wife of one of two motorcyclists shot dead by a US government employee last month committed suicide on Sunday due to sheer frustration that she may not get justice in view of the pressure being built to get the American released. The US consular employee, whom Pakistani police identified as Raymond Davis, was arrested on January 27 after shooting dead Mohammad Faheem and Faizan Haider, claiming he acted in self-defence fearing the pair were about to rob him. A third person was knocked down and killed by a vehicle from the US consulate in Lahore that tried to rescue Davis. The American was arrested by the police and a case of double murder was registered against him. “Mohammad Faheem’s wife Shumaila on Sunday morning took poisonous pills and she was taken to the Allied Hospital” in Faisalabad city, local police chief Usman Anwar told AFP. Hospital doctor Ali Naqi confirmed the suicide attempt, describing her condition is critical. “We are trying our best but we cannot say anything so far,” Naqi told AFP. He quoted Shumaila as saying that she feared Davis could be released without trial. Shumaila told a private TV channel that she was upset over reports that efforts were being made to secure his release. “I was under shock and decided to kill myself,” she said. “We want blood for blood,” she told the channel. Faheem’s brother Mohammad Waseem told AFP that Shumaila, 18, was plunged into a “severe depression” by her husband’s death.