ISLAMABAD, PAKISTAN - MARCH 2: Police arrive at the scene of Pakistan Minority Minister, Shahbaz Bhatti's assassination near his mother's home on March 2, 2011 in Islamabad, Pakistan. The minister ... more 
ISLAMABAD, PAKISTAN - MARCH 2: Police arrive at the scene of Pakistan Minority Minister, Shahbaz Bhatti's assassination near his mother's home on March 2, 2011 in Islamabad, Pakistan. The minister was ambushed in his car shortly after leaving the family home en route to a cabinet meeting on Wednesday afternoon. Leaflets were scattered about the crime scene by a group claiming to be Punjab's Taliban-Al Qaeda warning that if others speak out against Islam they too will meet the same fate. Bhatti, Pakistan's sole Christian minister, is now the second politician to be assassinated for speaking out against the country's blasphemy laws, after Punjab governor, Salman Taseer, was gunned down on January 4, 2011 by a guard in his own security force. (Photo by Warrick Page/Getty Images) less 
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