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A Pakistani political party has revealed the secret identity of what it said was the top U.S. spy in the country, calling for him to be tried for murder over a series of deadly drone strikes. A pair of U.S. missile strikes in recent weeks — including one that killed the Pakistani Taliban’s leader on the eve of peace talks — has increased simmering tensions between Washington and Islamabad after years of public fury over the covert attacks.
The apparent disclosure of the top CIA officer’s name will almost certainly strain the fragile diplomacy that the U.S. is relying upon to help negotiate an end to the war in neighboring Afghanistan. It was the second time in recent years that Pakistanis opposed to drone strikes targeting Islamic militants have claimed to have revealed the identity of the top CIA spy in the country.
In a letter to Pakistani police, Shireen Mazari, the information secretary for the party Tehreek-e-Insaf, demanded that the CIA station chief in Islamabad and CIA Director John Brennan be tried for murder and ‘waging war against Pakistan’ in connection with a Nov. 21 drone strike on an Islamic seminary in the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province.
While some news outlets have named the alleged CIA station chief, MailOnline is not identifying him since the name mentioned by Mazari has not been authenticated. The political party is led by cricket star Imran Khan and controls the government in northwest Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province. ……….