War News Radio top story: The Raymond Davis case and secular law
Last month, Raymond Davis, a CIA contract worker was released from a Pakistani prison after being charged with double homicide and spending nearly 3 months in captivity. Though the US government argued that Davis should have been released because he was an embassy employee with diplomatic immunity, his release was ultimately brought about by a promise of monetary compensation. Alan Zhao and John McMinn looked into more on how diplomatic law and shari’a law interacted throughout this crisis. Here’s John.