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Inside a high-walled compound here, the family of Mir Amal Kansi gathered today to grapple with events that saw American agents swoop into Pakistan this week to seize Mr. Kansi for a shooting rampage near the Central Intelligence Agency's headquarters at Langley, Va. Nő 06 seeking after Friday's Muslim prayers is a tradition for the male Kansis, who head one nő 06 seeking Quetta's wealthiest families. But the only topic today was ''the ordeal'' that they said had enveloped the family since the shootings, and the ''suffering'' that they said must have enveloped the Americans whose relatives were killed and wounded.
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For three hours, Mr. Kansi's stepbrothers, brothers-in-law and cousins agonized over Nő 06 seeking. Kansi's suspected role in opening fire with an automatic rifle on a car turning into C. The family members said they had no idea of what might have prompted Mr. Kansi, 33, reggae társkereső carry out the attack.
In particular, they denied published accounts in the United States suggesting that the Kansi family might have worked with the C. Kansi to seek revenge. Kansi's oldest stepbrother and head of the family, who like most family members here uses a slightly different spelling of the family's last name from the one the F. Absolutely none.
Kansi's motives remain unclear. Some officials have said he told Federal agents that he bore a grudge against the United States Government for some unspecified injury to his family.
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But his relatives said they knew of nothing that could have given Mr. Kansi a reason for the shootings. Some of the dozen family members present spoke as if they did not believe that Mr. Kansi played any part in the attack.
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But others, including Hamidullah Kasi, described Mr. Kansi as a brooding, introspective and volatile nő 06 seeking who disclosed little about his thoughts or activities outside the Quetta compound as he grew to adulthood in the 's in a city awash with student radicalism, guns and political intrigue.
Kansi, in effect, as the kind of man who might have had secret, even violent passions. Arbab Ghulam Rassool, 43, a surgeon and one of Mr. Kansi's cousins. Mir Wais Kasi, 34, another stepbrother, added, ''He should nő 06 seeking checked by a psychiatrist.
Kansi was what they were told on one of two visits by F. Kansi's years nő 06 seeking a fugitive. But one of Mr. Kansi's cousins, meeting with a reporter away from the family compound and on a guarantee that he would not be identified, said experiences nő 06 seeking a fellow student with Mr.
Kansi at the University of Baluchistan in Quetta, where Mr. Kansi mi írási flört a master's degree in literature, suggested that he might have acted out of political motives.
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Nő 06 seeking, this relative said, Mr. Kansi might have acted for personal motives, possibly because he felt denigrated by his experiences as a Pakistani from a prominent family who was forced to seek menial work in a courier company in Reston, Va.
Kansi had become passionately involved with a number of political groups while studying in Quetta, and that while his political commitments oscillated, a fixed element was ''anti-Americanism. Kansi kept concealed in his room at the family compound and displaying them to close friends.
The relative described an occasion in when two visiting American professors were scheduled to give poetry readings on the campus, only to be forced to leave hurriedly by a student protest.
Kansi, he said, waited until the two Americans were moving through demonstrators outside the building, then pulled a pistol from beneath his shirt and fired two shots into the air.
Others in the Kansi family said the chain that led to the shootings at Langley might have begun in a childhood that encouraged Mr. Kansi to think of himself as a family outsider.
His father, Mulick Abdullah Jan Kasi, inherited extensive land holdings in Quetta and then increased the family wealth with investments in construction, property and a factory in Karachi. He had three sons, Mr. Kansi's stepbrothers, by his first wife, as well as four daughters.
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Then, he took a second wife, who had only only one child, Mr. Nő 06 seeking mother died infamily members said, leaving Mr. Kansi with only his father to turn to in the family compound. Inhis father died of liver cancer, leaving Mr. Kansi, always ''a loner within the family,'' according to one relative's account, further isolated.
Three months after his father died, Mr. Kansi announced he was going to use part of his substantial inheritance to go to Germany. He then returned within two weeks complaining that Germany was ''too cold.
Kansi's oldest stepbrother, said the trip to Germany, and his decision a year later to go to the United States, again apparently without any clear plan of what he would nő 06 seeking there, were evidence of Mr. Kansi's ''unpredictable'' nature.
But other remarks by family members suggested that Mr. Kansi might simply have been reacting to his sense of isolation. The family members said Mr.
Kansi's only contact with the family after the Langley shootings, on Jan. He remained at the Quetta house for about 10 days, saying nothing about the Langley attack and showing no signs of stress, the relatives said. Then just as suddenly he disappeared again just before the F. Since nő 06 seeking, Hamidullah Kasi and other relatives said, the family had received no word on Mr. Kansi's whereabouts or fortunes, until the news of his arrest broke nő 06 seeking Pakistan on Wednesday morning.
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Today, in a telephone conversation, the manager of a ramshackle hotel in Dera Gazi Khan, Pakistan, confirmed that Mr.
Kansi was seized at the hotel early on Sunday by F. The manager, Malik Haq Nawaz, said Mr. Kansi checked into the Shalimar Hotel at 7 P. Family members said they had no information about who might have betrayed Mr. Kansi, despite the web of tribal loyalties that may have helped protect him for so long. Kansi's relatives said.