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Crime History: Pakistani man kills two at entrance to CIA headquarters

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On this day, Jan. 25, in 1993, a Pakistani national shot five people, killing two, near the entrance of the CIA headquarters in Langley. Mir Aimal Kasi, a courier living in Reston, bought an assault rifle from a Chantilly gun store and hatched the idea to kill Americans. He was angry with U.S. involvement in the Middle East. About 8 a.m., Kasi stopped his station wagon behind traffic waiting at...

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