Editorial: Pakistan's middle finger: The country’s high court releases the man convicted of murdering Daniel Pearl

On Thursday, a panel of three people who call themselves judges ordered the release of the man convicted of orchestrating the kidnapping and murder of journalist Daniel Pearl — with the insulting coda that the reasons will “be recorded later.” America must not rest until this Pakistani travesty is corrected. Pearl, a 38-year-old Wall Street Journal reporter and a very good man, disappeared 19 years ago in Karachi on his way to what he thought was an interview with a radical Muslim cleric. Terrorists abducted him and issued ransom demands. Nineteen years ago, on Feb. 1, 2002, Pearl was beheaded…

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