Only he wasn't really a "diplomat" until after the US government tried to make the problem disappear. But you are right that it was quite "similar" to the whining and even threats that the Indian government has used in this case. But that is hardly an acceptable rationalization. Raymond Davis clearly should have faced a criminal trial in Pakistan for his acts. And her own diplomatic immunity at the time didn't protect her from felonies, so why should she be treated any differently than anybody else who is arrested and booked? Perhaps your government can remove even more protective barriers put in place to help assure the US embassy doesn't become a terrorist target. Or perhaps they can go through with the threat to persecute the homosexual lovers of US diplomats assigned to India. That should drastically improve so-called "diplomatic relations". Indeed. It must be particularly "humiliating" given that she wouldn't have even been arrested in the first place in her own country for exploiting others in this manner. Why shouldn't she expect to be able to do the same in other countries?