Murder Most Fouled: How Pakistani Spy Officials Blocked Justice for Daniel Pearl
ISI officials framed the Wall Street Journal reporter's murder case—and the FBI and DoJ prosecutor Chris Christie went along with it.
Of all the open sores in the long, painful relationship between the United States and Pakistan, the dragged-out case of Daniel Pearl’s murder hurts the worst.
Just over 20 years have passed since Pearl, an affable and gifted correspondent for the Wall Street Journal, went missing in Karachi. About a month after his disappearance on Jan. 23, 2002, his kil…