FILE -In this Oct. 4,2011 file photo former CIA contractor Raymond Davis, right, and his attorney William Frankfurt arrive at the Douglas County Courthouse in Castle Rock, Colo., for a court hearing on felony assault charges. In January 2011, the CIA contractor sparked outrage when he shot to death two Pakistanis in the city of Lahore who he claimed were trying to rob him. The U.S. and Pakistan are starting to look more like enemies than friends, threatening the U.S. fight against Taliban and al-Qaida militants based in the country and efforts to stabilize neighboring Afghanistan before American troops withdraw. (AP Photo/Ed Andrieski, File)

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FILE -In this Oct. 4,2011 file photo former CIA contractor Raymond Davis, right, and his attorney William Frankfurt arrive at the Douglas County Courthouse in Castle Rock, Colo., for a court hearing on felony assault charges. In January 2011, the CIA contractor sparked outrage when he shot to death two Pakistanis in the city of Lahore who he claimed were trying to rob him. The U.S. and Pakistan are starting to look more like enemies than friends, threatening the U.S. fight against Taliban and al-Qaida militants based in the country and efforts to stabilize neighboring Afghanistan before American troops withdraw. (AP Photo/Ed Andrieski, File)
FILE -In this Oct. 4,2011 file photo former CIA contractor Raymond Davis, right, and his attorney William Frankfurt arrive at the Douglas County Courthouse in Castle Rock, Colo., for a court hearing on felony assault charges. In January 2011, the CIA contractor sparked outrage when he shot to death two Pakistanis in the city of Lahore who he claimed were trying to rob him. The U.S. and Pakistan are starting to look more like enemies than friends, threatening the U.S. fight against Taliban and al-Qaida militants based in the country and efforts to stabilize neighboring Afghanistan before American troops withdraw. (AP Photo/Ed Andrieski, File)
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