Kasi, Mir Aimal (1964–)

aka Mir Kansi

In 1993, Mir Aimal Kasi, a Pakistani national, murdered two CIA employees outside the CIA headquarters in Langley, Virginia. He shot and permanently injured three other persons. Kasi was sentenced to death in 1998.

Born in 1964 to a wealthy family in Quetta, Pakistan, Kasi inherited about $100,000 after his father's death. Reportedly involved in a militant nationalist group in Pakistan, Kasi traveled to the United States in 1991, entering the country on a business visa. On January 25, 1993, Kasi stepped out of his car near the CIA gates in Langley. While morning commuters waited at a traffic light outside CIA headquarters, Kasi used an AK-47 assault rifle to shoot through car windows, walking between the lanes and spraying bullets left and right. Kasi first shot 28-year-old CIA communications worker Frank Darling in the back. Kasi also shot ...

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