Pedestrians walk past the Peshawar central jail where Pakistani surgeon Shakeel Afridi, who worked for US intelligence, was moved after the verdict by tribal justice system of Khyber district, part of Pakistan's semi-autonomous tribal belt, in Peshawar on May 23, 2012.  Afridi, recruited by the CIA to help find Osama bin Laden, on May 23 was sentenced to 33 years in prison for treason, officials said.  In January, US Defense Secretary Leon Panetta confirmed Afridi had worked for US intelligence by collecting DNA to verify bin Laden's presence and expressed concern about Pakistan's treatment of him.   AFP PHOTO / A. MAJEED        (Photo credit should read A. MAJEED/AFP/GettyImages)