CIA Contractor Released With Blood Money Payment

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CIA Contractor Released With Blood Money Payment

Raymond Davis, a CIA security contractor employed in Pakistan and held captive for killing two men, was freed after the victims' families were paid around $2.3 million. What do you think?

  • "Well, I'll be damned! That’s exactly where I told that survey lady I’d like to see my tax dollars going."

    Lane McCreary
    Receiving-Dispatcher
  • "As a grown man whose wealthy parents have bailed him out dozens and dozens of times, I would just like to say: This usually works."

    Alexander Moulton
    Board Member
  • "Hmm, that seems like a lot of money for a Pakistani. I thought the CIA blue book value for a paying off Pakistani was in the $75,000-to-$150,000 range."

    Jessica Gibson
    Tax Assessor
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