She returned to Pakistan in October 2007 after reaching an understanding with President Pervez Musharraf by which she was granted amnesty and all corruption charges were withdrawn. However, Benazir Bhutto political life was ended with her assassination on December 27, 2007. Her husband Asif Ali Zardari (now the current President of Pakistan) also played a prominent role in both administrations. He served as Minister of Investment from 1993 to 1996."
The institute had cited references of John F. Burns 1998 article "House of graft: tracing the Bhutto millions -- a special report; Bhutto clan leaves trail of corruption" that had appeared in the New York Times and also made use of material in BBC's obituary story on Benazir Bhutto and Raymond W Baker's 2005 book "Capitalism's Achilles Heel: Dirty money and how to renew the free-market system."