PAKISTAN: An Evil Genius

Bhutto is in deep, deep trouble

The head of Pakistan's new military government was shocked and saddened. When he saw Zulfikar Ali Bhutto in Rawalpindi two weeks ago, General Mohammed Zia ul-Haq confronted the deposed Prime Minister with several charges of crime and misconduct. As Zia told the story later, "I said to him, 'Sir'—I still called him that—'Sir, why have you done all those things, you whom I respected so, who had so much?' He said only that I should wait and he would be cleared. It was very disappointing." So disappointing, in fact, that Zia approved a court order...

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