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"benazir murder" Discussed on The Assassination

The Assassination

06:47 min | 3 years ago

"benazir murder" Discussed on The Assassination

"Mohammed. So the pressure Cuba investigating Benazir's murder was killed by a young man who's father gave significant help to Al Qaeda. This vote, the Documents show that some of those involved in the killing of the chief prosecutor at one point worked with one of those involved in the conspiracy to kill Benazir Bhutto. So it appears at least by that yardstick that the same people who killed Benazir's. Also casualties. That's amazing. Right. And so if if the authorities had got these people than that will give them a good insight into who killed Benazir who killed the chief prosecutor saw. So what did the chief prosecutor's son say about that? He in Assad was raging about this raging because the young man who allegedly killed his father, the one who is paralysed was released on bail. Now after he was given Bayne He conveniently goes and disappears. Now virtually everyone believes he's in the custody of the intelligence agencies. Now it's not unusual for the agencies in bucks. To disappear militants who might slip through the judicial net, it seen as a kind of preventative measure because these terrorists, If they let go by the courts can then come back into circulation again. But Nissar suspects that it's something more sinister. He thinks it's a part of a cover up. I don't know if you want me to say that out loud, but he did indicate that because this man is a key witness in the murder case of a car who's who's no longer able to appear for these hearings. So what is it? What do you make of all of this? Well, I I think I think to be honest, dyslexia much of this story, the You know you just get another little nugget of information that basically the chief prosecutor's killers were imposed in both of Benazir applause in this year. But none of these people ever get convicted. They're all out and about the state never deals with this stuff. So it leaves you the just another bit of detail, which adds to Oliver a cover up all Justice Atalie's useless approach by the state to militancy or worse Yeo complicit approach by the state to militancy and that's what he can get from it. You said I made a major So switch your fingers of it. Yeah. I mean, that's the feeling I get as well, But I'm convinced now that there's a very real sense of fear among everyone who is prosecuting this case among judges and prosecutors. And until these with the guy was, was a remarkable guide even by standards of prosecuted as he he was, they had strong in meant off these people, but I think it's very important for them to use violence to send the message to anyone who does Tryon prosecute these cases. And at one point I got a message to a few months ago, a friend with access inside the system said I was getting too close. Officials were getting anxious. Please listen to me, he said, Don't go to Pakistan. So our list of other dead includes a police officer and a prosecutor who were investigating Benazir Bhutto's assassination one of her bodyguards calls Inuit video the day she died and five militants of varying degrees of seniority. Remind Ballack stake. If you see all those Woodard Andy fight Indian resignations. All either drunk or they have been killed on the check posts. Odd. They have date mysterious. What do you say to those who argue s- fat kind of operation that kind of cover up killing all these people involved would need state support. What I would say. Eight states support. But don't forget to. Other countries impacted with Boban. It is in. Acted with the extremists. It has affected with militants The happy, but almost every clip. So what to make of that pile of bodies, It could be coincidence. Stuff happens in Pakistan at all. These people worked in seriously dangerous lines of business, but the odds-on All those people being killed quite low. And who has the power to order an encounter at a checkpoint, the death of a chief prosecutor and give the Americans the co-ordinates for a couple of trend strikes who can do that. The Pakistan state can do that. The deep state. All circumstancial of course. But compelling for that. I said at the stocks nine deaths of any given you eight almost forgot the last one. Cast your mind back to episode full. When we looked at the shambles that was the investigation into the Karachi attack. We introduced the Jehadi named Curry Seifollah Ashta. Benazir had said he was behind the attack and the police had arrested them out of course released him. He was killed in Afghanistan early last year. The reports say he was on a Taliban frontline. It could have been a drone. The reports are unclear. Both next time, the man accused of being responsible for Benazir's murder on says the charge. In the final episode of the assassination. Owen Bennett chums. My name's Neil rebel on the producer of this series, And I must say it's been helpful and often gratifying to read the comments. Some of you have left about the series. Thank you And keep it up. We do make a lot of podcast here at the BBC World Service, And you might want to check out some of the other ones. I'm a fan of the documentary. It takes you all over the world, meeting people and hearing stories just won't here anywhere else. Check it out, but do stick with the assassination. Our next episode, We'll be the big finale.

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"benazir murder" Discussed on The Assassination

The Assassination

05:54 min | 3 years ago

"benazir murder" Discussed on The Assassination

"Correct. Correct. Glycemic index may drop Thabo thought they mocha bars. December the 27th two in seven Benazir Bhutto is addressing a huge rally in the city of Rawalpindi or Hindi as Pakistanis say, she has minutes to live. Stomachs theme. It's been seventy one days since she returned to Pakistan to run for prime minister. In that time, suicide bombers have stalked her throughout. And today, One of them will hit is Mark Fields. From the BBC World Service, This is oh, in Bennett Jones with the assassination. A elements with that, I administration as he thought it, it added to says, are people who want to be out of the way. The reward us as a nation. Having prevent. What went wrong. This was not. Is secure a tool. The delegates people knew it. Committed crime applauded must be brought to justice. Egner. Episode 6 the murder. Benazir's last day began when most people were asleep. Pakistan's intelligence chief came to her house shortly after midnight. His name is General now deemed Taj a lifelong soldier. He'd been promoted to lead the Inter-Services Intelligence or ISI just weeks earlier. General Taj has never spoken publicly about the meeting, and he declined an invitation to talk to me. But he has given Confidential briefings to people in Pakistan's security system about what happened. And some of them have told me what he said according to them. His conversation with Benazir went like this. You should call off the rally in Pindi We got information that people are preparing to kill you there today. Well, arrest them, We can't compromise our sources. Well, I'm going to go ahead with the rally. No. Okay. We do our best to protect you. That conversation is significant. The suggests that the ISI under General Mattis Taj was genuinely trying to protect Benazir had not been getting this kind of warning from the ISI before Pervez Musharef Pakistan's President at the time says netted him touches intelligence about the plot to kill her Wall solid The information he said, came from Dubai where I spoke to him. I knew I was pulled by this Dumborenea The weird via thinking that there's a danger. There are some say bombed they're likely and I DC weird. I conveyed to her personally on telephone call myself doer Benazir Bhutto's people are today fierce critics of mature f the ISI and all those who handled her security. But they do corroborate this story that she was clearly warned about the rally in Pindi former minister Ramon Malik was at Benazir's Harris When General Taj visited. Both of them called me a swamp victims with Act conversation, which happened between the two of what was the conversation. The first conversation of course by said that we have information. She said, mid, I had been hitting these alerts since have arrived in Pakistan. David go that avert, but this was the first time face to face with the ISI chief This while the first meeting. Yes. And the advice was sand. She will yesterday right for some, but she said giving meaty security is this possibility of the St Paul by Mr you before obscurity and make sure that when you protected not only on protected, but my people who are there de protected. So it must have been your impression from what you say. Fats General touch had come from the ISI genuinely trying to warn Benazir Bhutto she was at risk and to give her good advice. I would rather wait on if this alert was genuine. Why did the government not take the appropriate millions of security and put a wave, the edged the good security cordon Deep Blue Book of Pakistan? The Blue Book of Pakistan is the official document which lays out levels of security for current and former officials. Benazir never got her. Full official security detail, and as we'll hear what security she did get would collapse entirely. No meeting with General Taj break-up around two a. AM. And while she slept her assassins made their final preparations. No. If you've been listening to the whole series, you'll know by now that I've got hold of a huge number of secrets and confidential files concerning The Benazir murder investigation. They show that by eight or nine in the morning to man working for the Pakistani Taliban at checked out at the Parc web better sale was due to speak. Then they left to get the suicide bombers ready. They were given their explosive-laden jackets. What also took a grenade The ever took a pistol and donned black sunglasses.

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