The lawyer for a doctor accused of helping the US find Osama Bin Laden has told the BBC that he has quit the case after receiving frequent death threats.
Lawyer Samiullah Afridi also cited US pressure on Pakistan for the release of Dr Shakil Afridi as another reason for his decision.
Dr Afridi is accused of using the cover of a door-to-door vaccination campaign to help the US find Bin Laden.
Pakistan was not informed of the 2011 raid which killed the al-Qaeda leader.
Samiullah Afridi told the BBC that his life had been under threat since he took up the case