It has been a very busy period ever since the new years started and especially when I came back from Egypt there was plenty to work on and talk about. Even more than that there was plenty to see. It all came one after the other, Osama Bin Laden and the prelude in the shape of Raymond Davis and aftershocks in the shape of PNS Mehran attack. Today another horrific incident was awaiting all of us when we turned on the computers or tv in some cases. It was a 1 minutes 20 seconds video of Pakistan rangers (a part of military) mercilessly shooting a 22 years old boy Sarfaraz Shah and then leaving him bleed to death in their presence while he screams for help pleading for someone to take him to hospital. But with his vein hanging out of his arm and blood gushing like a water hose he dies a miserable and painful death, coming in and out of unconsciousness in the short video. But I was not taken back, maybe I was little bit relieved because Sarfaraz’s process of death was made easy by bullets and rather quick. I might sound cruel but I hope if people can push themselves hard they might be able to remember the brutality shown in minutes length video clips of Mughees and Muneeb dying a very slow, brutal and painful death. The process was same but the death came quickly for Sarfaraz and Mughees and Muneeb were not lucky in that case.