Pakistan's Most Dangerous Man?
RAWALPINDI, PAKISTAN-The former spy chief once dubbed the "most dangerous man" and more recently, "Pakistan's Tony Soprano," ends the interview with a fatherly pat on the cheek. "When the war in Afghanistan is over, you'll have to come back and meet the most dangerous man again," says Hamid Gul with a chuckle, then offers a more formal handshake. Gul, a former head of Pakistan's Directorate for Inter-Services Intelligence agency, or ISI, has loomed large in the debate about ISI's double dealings since this summer's WikiLeaks of U.S. intelligence reports.
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