A Pakistani political party that opposes U.S. drone strikes has revealed what it claims is the identity of the CIA station chief in the country.

It's the second time in three years that this has happened, with Pakistanis angry over civilian casualties in the drone attacks.

Heather Childers discussed the new report with military analyst Maj. Gen. Bob Scales (Ret.), who believes this will keep happening.

Scales said the station chief's identity is an "open secret" within Pakistani government circles, but he worries more about what will happen to the U.S. counterterrorism efforts if armed drones cannot be deployed against suspected terrorists.

Watch his analysis above.