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A Pakistani mourner grieves during the funeral procession of Punjab Gov. Salman Taseer in Lahore, Pakistan, on Wednesday, Jan. 5, 2011. Thousands of Pakistani police were on high alert in Lahore ahead of the funeral for the outspoken provincial governor, who was shot dead allegedly by a bodyguard reportedly enraged by Mr. Taseer's opposition to laws decreeing death for insulting Islam. Mr. Taseer, a high-profile, 66-year-old businessman and media tycoon, was a stalwart of the ruling Pakistan People's Party, and his assassination Tuesday sent nuclear-armed Pakistan reeling at a time of great political turmoil. (AP Photo/Muhammed Muheisen)
Photo by: Muhammed Muheisen
A Pakistani mourner grieves during the funeral procession of Punjab Gov. Salman Taseer in Lahore, Pakistan, on Wednesday, Jan. 5, 2011. Thousands of Pakistani police were on high alert in Lahore ahead of the funeral for the outspoken provincial governor, who was shot dead allegedly by a bodyguard reportedly enraged by Mr. Taseer's opposition to laws decreeing death for insulting Islam. Mr. Taseer, a high-profile, 66-year-old businessman and media tycoon, was a stalwart of the ruling Pakistan People's Party, and his assassination Tuesday sent nuclear-armed Pakistan reeling at a time of great political turmoil. (AP Photo/Muhammed Muheisen)

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