LAHORE After the US Consulate issued about 14 visas to the members of bereaved families for pardoning Raymond Davis, now six visas will be given to those police officers and jail officials who facilitated the acting CIA Chief in Pakistan Raymond Allen Davis inside Kot Lakhpat Jail, it has been learnt reliably. Informed sources said after satisfying the families, who disappeared seconds after the mutual agreement between the US government and the victim families, the US Consulate has pledged to fulfill their commitment with the police officers and jail officials. An SHO of the Civil Lines police division, assistant superintendent jail, superintendent jail and DIG Lahore Ranges are included in the list of blue-eyed officers of the US Consulate, they added. They said these officers extended their undue cooperation for Davis by cheating the authorities concerned. According the sources, Jail official Qazi Hussain was caught red-handed seconds after he handed over a jet USB and other portable drives to Davis on February 24. Qazi was immediately suspended, pending an inquiry. The accused was seen giving the US man a new jet USB flash drive, portable hard drives, disks, flash memory cards, card readers and other multimedia gadgets, one of the top jail officers revealed seeking anonymity. During preliminary interrogations, Qazi confessed that Assistant Superintendent Jail Naveed Aslam wanted him to pass on the gadgets to Davis, the sources added. Following special directives of IG Prison Kokab Nadeem Warraich, Superintendent Malik Mushtaq Ahmed had also suspended Qazi Hussain and directed him to report to the IG Prison in two days. Naveed Aslam was also transferred to Chakwal with immediate effect. DIG Mirza Shahid Saleem Baig and Superintendent Mian Mushtaq Awan did not respond despite repeated phone calls by this scribe. On the other side, over 36,00 prisoners of New Kot Lakhpat Jail took a sigh of relief as Raymond Davis was released from the Jail on Wednesday. Instead of considering him a heinous murderer who killed two innocent Pakistanis, the jail authorities gave him VIP protocol inside his lavish bedroom, insiders complained. They said seconds after Davis was released from the jail the prisoners staged a protest demonstration in their barracks against the governments cowardice act. Reportedly, a few among them refused taking their dinner as a token of protest besides showing sympathy with the bereaved families. An anonymous jail official, who was earlier deputed for Davis security inside the jail, said six to seven vehicles from the US Consulate arrived and the officials riding the cars supervised a search operation in the jail. Each nook and corner of the concerning areas were thoroughly checked by sniffer dogs and metal detectors and I got the idea that Raymond was being released, he added. According to his claim, minutes after the court issued orders of Davis release over 10 vehicles of the US Consulate were cordoned off by the Rangers, and police entered the jail and took away Raymond. The jail officials, requesting anonymity, said some 31 accused linked to various banned outfits shifted to different jails of Punjab would be brought back to the high security prison, which was especially vacated for Davis. They said extra ordinary security had receded to its normal at the jail.