Wisconsin Senator Russ Feingold is withholding judgment, on who's behind the tragedy in Pakistan . The Wisconsin Democrat says the U.S. needs to approach the assassination of Benazir Bhutto with an open mind. "I'm not ready to say that Musharraf was involved, or that he didn't do enough, but I'm also not ready to say we know what happened," says Feingold. "Somebody walked up to her (Bhutto), and was able to put a bullet in her head and neck before he blew himself up. Where was the security?"
Feingold warns Pakistani President Pervez Musharraf not to pull the plug on elections scheduled for early next year. "This may be the excuse . . that he'll use to call another state of emergency," says Feingold. "I've urged him not to do that." Feingold says U.S. policy towards Pakistan needs to focus on the long term, not just on Musharraf, and he expects the death of Bhutto will become an issue in the campaign for president in this country.