Pakistan cuts judgment of alloy who helped CIA find bin Laden

Pakistan cuts judgment of alloy who helped CIA find bin Laden

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This sketch taken on Jul 22, 2010, shows Pakistani surgeon Shakeel Afridi, who was operative for CIA to assistance find Osama bin Laden, attending a Malaria control debate in Khyber genealogical district. Pakistan's cryptic attribute with a United States sailed into uninformed debate as US lawmakers warned of assist cuts after a jailing of a surgeon who helped a CIA hunt down Osama bin Laden. Shakeeel Afridi was found guilty of treason, condemned to 33 years in jail and fined 320,000 rupees (3,500 USD) underneath an primitive genealogical probity complement that has governed Pakistan's semi-autonomous genealogical belt given British rule. AFP PHOTO / MOHAMMAD RAUF (Photo credit should review MOHAMMAD RAUF/AFP/GettyImages)

(CNN) — A Pakistani alloy convicted of assisting a CIA lane Osama bin Laden had his judgment reduced Saturday by 10 years to a sum of 23 years.

Last May, Dr. Shakeel Afridi had been convicted of fraud and condemned to 33 years. He was handed a sentence, together with a $3,500 fine, for espionage for a United States.

The time he spent in jail before to his self-assurance is not enclosed in a decreased sentence, that is now slated to finish on May 23, 2035.


Polio assist workers killed in Pakistan

In further to removing his judgment reduced, his excellent was lowered to $1,000.

Munir Azam, a commissioner of a limit crimes regulation, announced a changes in a northwestern city of Peshawar.

The alloy helped a CIA set adult a artificial vaccination debate in an try to collect DNA samples from kin of a al Qaeda personality in sequence to determine his participation in a devalue in Abbottabad.

Bin Laden was killed in a successive U.S. raid on a devalue in May 2011.

Since then, anti-polio campaigns have been targeted by militants in Pakistan. At slightest 22 polio workers have been killed given Jul 2012.



Article source: http://www.cnn.com/2014/03/15/world/asia/pakistan-bin-laden-doctor/