Perception Is Reality

Bhutto’s Death Not Due to Gunshots or Bomb

Posted on: December 28, 2007

This is a quick informal update.

On December 28, 2007, an All Parties Conference was held to decide the future steps for the country. During the APC which was chaired by Secretary Interior (R) Javed Iqbal Cheema, the Secretary (R) mentioned that Benazir’s death was due primarily not to the gunshot wounds or the suicide bomb, rather, it was due to a depressed fracture on her temporal region on the right side which she hit against a level of the sun roof of the car as she tried to get back in to the car to protect herself. Cheema distributed the photograph of the sunroof lever and x-ray photograph showing there was no foreign element in her body. Cheema also distributed transcripts of the intercepted message in Pushto (translated into Urdu) by Baitullah Mehsood congratulating his men.

Cheema asked the people of Pakistan to understand that the country is facing the gravest challenge. Terrorists are systematically targeting our state institutions in order to destabilize the country.

Sources of Design, Photograph, Communicate tell us that it seems like Karachi has become terrifying : Cars and busses, gas stations, hospitals, government offices, trains, factories, and even police stations have been set on fire, or are closed.


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Born in Karachi, Pakistan in an Adventist hospital, I grew up in a city where on one side I experienced poverty and oppression, while on the other I had the good fortune of Tabish Bhimani being a member of an upper middle-class business family...more...

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