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Was top U.S. spy in Pakistan just outed?

  • No word from CIA about claim
  • Political party released name in anti-drone crusade
Pakistani Islamic students sift through rubble at a destroyed religious seminary belonging to the Haqqani network after a US drone strike in the Hangu district of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province on November 21, 2013.

The top U.S. spy in Pakistan may have just been publicly identified.

A Pakistani political party released a name they say is the CIA's station chief there.

They're accusing the U.S. official of murder, because of a recent deadly drone strike.

The party is crusading to end us drone strikes in Pakistan.

No comment yet from the CIA.

More from CNN: Recent drone strike sparks murder investigation

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