Do you understand the use of quotation marks? They function to signal to the reader that the words within are the reported remarks of a third party. In this case, those quoted words were stated in terms of the Pakistani official questioning the account of the shooting.If you had, you would realize that the words "in cold blood" are so incredibly loaded with prejudice that they should never appear in an undcredited headline like that. Instead, the headline should have been stated in terms of the Pakistani official questioning the account of the shooting.
At the British Broadcasting Corporation.I'm sure it is easier for you to attack me here rather than think about the implications of that headline, but as far as "predictable" is concerned, you might want to check your own attitudes regarding the way you attack me for my "anti-British Xenophobia" when my criticism was directed at the BBC.