The way to accomplish that is to set off a hospital bomb, killing over 80, many of them lawyers:
The motive behind the attack was unclear, but several lawyers have been targeted during a recent spate of killings in Quetta, the provincial capital of Baluchistan, which has a history of militant and separatist violence.Now how did the bombers know what time the lawyers would be gathering at the hospital to see their wounded bar president? They wouldn't, unless some spy agency, like the NSA or Israel's Army Unit 8200 listened in on the lawyer's phones, found out the time the lawyers would gather at the hospital, then told their assets on the ground to set off the bomb at that time.
The latest victim, Bilal Anwar Kasi, was shot and killed while on his way to the city's main court complex, senior police official Nadeem Shah told Reuters. He was the president of Baluchistan Bar Association.
The subsequent suicide attack appeared to target his mourners, said Anwar ul Haq Kakar, a spokesman for the Baluchistan government.
The bomber struck as a crowd of mostly lawyers and journalists crammed into the emergency department to accompany the body of a prominent lawyer who had been shot and killed in the city earlier in the day, Faridullah, a reporter who was among the wounded, told Reuters.
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On 11 September 2013, The Guardian released a leaked document provided by Edward Snowden which reveals how Unit 8200, referred to as ISNU, receives raw, unfiltered data of U.S. citizens, as part of a secret agreement with the U.S. National Security Agency.
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