Pakistani Fugitive - The Square and Benazir Bhutto
Reuters Headline
"RAWALPINDI, Pakistan (Reuters) - A Pakistani anti-terrorism court on Thursday declared ex-military leader Pervez Musharraf a fugitive in the murder case of former Prime Minister Benazir Bhutto and acquitted five people in the killing...."    More
If authorities are still looking for Pakistani fugitive, Pervez Musharraf, you might want to ask people at the Chamberlain-Devry School of Nursing about his where-abouts.   "Musharraf" was here at The Square last Thursday, sitting right in front of me while I was outside smoking.  He was wearing a baseball cap and a green "Cinco de Mayo" t-hirt with white lettering.  I watched him for a while, and wondered who he was... He looked like someone who had just "landed," here.  Definately someone from another country.  He kept checking his cell-phone, like he was waiting for a text from somebody.  After about 5 minutes of watching "Musharraf," two women from Chamberlain Devry walked by us, (a blond, and a brunette.  I see the blond here about 3 times a week.)  He seemed to recognize the women and got up and followed them down into the parking garage.  I thought the whole thing a little strange, especially the man's behavior. 

A few days ago, I saw a Reuters headline about "The Fugitive," and found a photo of "Musharraf."  I recognized him as the man I saw in the Ayrsley Square Courtyard/parking garage.
Musharraf has been described as being 6-feet tall...  The guy I saw was 5-feet-5 at most... 

I think what's happened is that people in the United States and Pakistan have set up the guy in the photo to be Pervez Musharraf. If so, where is the real Musharraf ?
  And If the man in the photo, the man I saw at the Square is Musharraf, we are all in some big trouble.

Here's more about the murder of Prime Minister Benazir Bhutto:

Benazir Bhutto murdered again after 10 years  The Indian Express

Who killed Benazir Bhutto? The theories behind the assassination  The Hindustan Times