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Aafia Siddiqui’s “Bermuda Triangle Trial”-evidence disappeared before reaching courtroom

Laws of science do not apply in Aafia Siddiqui case, lawyer says
Aafia Siddiqui’s lawyer says the laws of science do not apply in the case against the Pakistani woman who is charged with attempting to murder U.S. soldiers and FBI agents.

Siddiqui is accused of grabbing a U.S. warrant officer’s M-4 rifle in a police station in Ghazni, Afghanistan and firing two shots at FBI agents and military personnel when being interrogated for her alleged possession of documents detailing a ‘terrorist’ plan.

On Monday, Siddiqui’s lawyer Linda Moreno said in the final stages of her trial in the Manhattan Federal Court that the “science” supported her testimony that she didn’t touch the weapon or fire it, The Wall Street Journal reported.

“Where are the bullet holes? …Did the Afghanis take the bullet holes? …There is no physical evidence that an M-4 rifle was touched by Dr. Aafia Siddiqui, let alone fired,” Moreno said.

She went on to say that Siddiqui appears to have been interrogated in a “sort of a Bermuda Triangle of a room” in which the evidence of the alleged crime had disappeared before reaching the courtroom.

“According to the government, the laws of science don’t exist in that small room in Ghazni, Afghanistan. The laws of physics don’t apply.”

The prosecution says she burst from behind a curtain and attempted the ‘murder’ and was shot in the abdomen.

Last week, Siddiqui said she was concerned about being transferred to a “secret” prison by the U.S. forces and was trying to slip out of the room when she was shot. “I’m telling you what I know. I walked toward the curtain. I was shot and I was shot again. I fainted,” she said.

The prosecutors condemned the defense as ‘lies.’ “She raised her right hand and she lied to your face. She lied and lied and lied,” Prosecutor Christopher LaVigne was quoted by The New York Daily News as saying in the closing arguments of the trial.

“We’re here, folks, because the defendant committed attempted murder. She had the motive to do it. She had the know-how to do it,” La Vigne was quoted by the Journal as saying, despite the accused’s insistence that she did not even know how to use firearms.

The defendant was thrown out of the trial twice after protesting over not being given “a chance to speak,” calling the trial a sham and saying her children had been tortured.

Siddiqui vanished in Karachi, Pakistan with her three children on March 30, 2003. The next day it was reported in local newspapers that she had been taken into custody on terrorism charges.

U.S. officials allege that she was seized on July 17, 2008 by Afghan security forces in Ghazni province and claim that documents, including formulas for explosives and chemical weapons, were found in her handbag.

She has been brought to the United States to face charges of attempted murder and assault. Siddiqui faces 20 years in prison on the attempted murder charges and life in prison on the firearms charge.

(Source: Press TV)

  1. abdul khan
    February 3, 2010 at 12:38 pm

    and where waz she between march 30 2003 and july 17 2008???????????

    oh yes in mean while she waz learning to use m4a1 rifles and learning how to make bombs and how brilliant to carry such items in her hand bag and even her son along with her. and wandering in ghazni to be caught redhanded.

    what a story, full of lies and nothing else.
    f*c* america and its judiciary whoz unable to see what is the real picture.
    the champions of human rights are the champions in violating those rights on the first place. and providing the fresh blood of muslim ummah to become bombs themselves. without those fancy items they found in her hand bag.

    bombs made of flesh and bones and blood

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