From CNN News:
News outlets in Pakistan have made public the name of an American they identified as the CIA station chief, but a senior Pakistani intelligence official said Monday the person named is not the station chief.
Referring to a name cited in the Pakistani newspaper The Nation, the intelligence official said, “If we were going to release the name, we would release the right one.” The official said he did not know where the name came from.
A U.S. official said there is “no current plan to bring home the current chief of station” in Pakistan.
The remarks came amid reports suggesting Pakistani officials may have leaked the name of a CIA official in the country.
I am shocked, shocked to find that Pakistani reporters were unable to find the name of a CIA station chief. In the parking lot of the American embassy in Laos, back in the day, there were six reserved parking spaces. They were labeled Ambassador, Deputy Chief of Mission, USAID Director, Army Attache, Public Affairs Officer, and Mr. Devlin.