FAIRFAX, Va: Mir Aimal Kansi, the Pakistani native accused of killing two CIA employees in 1993, was flown to the United States and taken into custody by U.S. officials last night. Kansi, who was captured over the weekend with the help of several Afghanis near the Pakistan-Afghanistan border, was immediately flown by helicopter to the Fairfax County jail to await arraignment, expected to take place today. He faces charges on two counts of capital murder, three counts of assault and one count of illegal possession of a weapon. If convicted he could face the death penalty. Kansi allegedly killed two CIA employees and wounded three others outside the agency's Langley Headquarters in 1993 with an AK-47 assault rifle as they idled in heavy morning traffic. Authorities believe he acted alone and was not connected with a terrorist organization. No clear motive for the attack has ever been established.