Monday, February 8, 2010

Prison 650 - 'Lady Qaeda', - Another SetUp By The U.S. Government

After a series of outbursts resulted in her twice being kicked out of the courtroom in which she is on trial, a Pakistani woman accused of trying to kill American soldiers at a detention center in Afghanistan in 2008, finally took the stand Thursday and denied she ever fired a shot.

Aafia Siddiqui, born in Pakistan and seen in this undated combo photo, was described by FBI chief Robert Mueller as an al Qaeda operative and facilitator, who attended college MIT. She is on trial in New York accused of shooting a U.S. soldiers and FBI agensts at an Afghanistan police station in 2008.

(FBI/MMR, via Reuters)  "It's just ridiculous I never attempted murder, no way. It's a heavy word," Aafia Siddiqui, a devoutly Muslim, MIT-trained neuroscientist and mother of two told jurors in a Manhattan federal court.

The allegations for which Siddiqui, 37, is being tried are deadly serious, if convicted, she could be sentenced to life in prison, but the courtroom antics of the so-called "Lady al Qaeda" border on a farce. A petite woman who keeps all but her eyes hidden behind a white headscarf and veil, Siddiqui's own lawyers fought to keep her from testifying in her own defense claiming her "diminished capacity" would "turn the trial into a spectacle." 

Siddiqui is a PhD neuroscientist who attended MIT, she is originally from Pakistan. Her father, Muhammad Siddiqui, was a British trained doctor. A Pakistani PhD. Having 144 Honorary Degrees & Certificates, In Neurology, From Different Institutes Of The World. The Only Neurologist In The World That Have The Honorary Ph.d From Harvard University ,
Not Even A Single American Matches her Qualifications,