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This is a very informative and eye opening book containing sensitive information about Pakistan, Pakistani Politics, role of judiciary and Establishment in decision making of very sensitive matters. Pakistanis are very patriotic, very energetic, very talented, very ambitious, very simple, very innocent but very emotional and unlucky people. They love their Leaders and their unconditional love for the country's Armed Forces is without any doubt. They trust their leaders but their leaders make them fool. In their innocence they become facilitators of those powers who are working against Pakistan, its ideology and its sovereignty. Specially, Dictators, when in power are very happy to have a foolish nation who distribute sweets and welcome Military Dictators and they make them fool very easily and continue their dictatorship for decades with the facilitation of innocent peoples, judiciary and other pressure groups. This book reveals that the actual role of our favorite spy agency is always in favour of big powers. I feel very shameful on Mr. Pasha's "Patichar" role. They always make the nation fool that they are guardians of our security. They blame politicians and called them traitors in the events of Memo Gate, Dawn Leaks and Panama Leaks but they will not answer the nation about Mr. Pasha's dirty role in releasing Raymond Davis. I have not yet read this book completely, so I am unable to give a complete and comprehensive review on this book. However, I really appreciate Mr. Raymond Davis (although he is a selfish man, a Killer, American Spy who was working against Pakistan, its people and national security of Pakistan) that he has truly described the emotions, tears, helplessness, inability and pressure of Mr. Pasha upon the 18 legal heirs of the deceased two men.