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AP of PAK: FBI expert doubtful whether rifle allegedly used by Aafia was fired

    NEW YORK, Jan 23 (APP): An FBI firearms expert has expressed doubts whether the M-4 rifle, which was allegedly grabbed by Pakistani neuroscientist Aafia Siddiqui to attack U.S. interrogators in Afghanistan, was ever fired at the crime scene.Carlo Rosati, the expert who testified in a federal court Friday, said he had thoroughly examined the weapon, the curtain from a room of Ghazni police stat ...

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Ministry asked how Aafia’s case can be taken to ICJ

  Orginailly published in the Daily Times.   * Senate committee questions ‘US story’ on Dr Aafia * Believes she was in US custody since 2003, charged in 2008   By Tahir Niaz   ISLAMABAD: The Senate Standing Committee on Interior on Saturday asked the Law Ministry to give its opinion on the possibilities of taking the case of Dr Aafia Siddiqui, a Pakistani scientist detai ...

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OPF college student declines to receive award from minister

    From The International News orginally posted here Friday, January 22, 2010 By Afshan S. Khan  Islamabad In a surprising incident, a student of ‘O’ levels, Asma Waheed, declined to receive her excellence award and certificate from Federal Minister for Overseas Pakistanis Dr. Farooq Sattar on account of what she termed helplessness of the government in the case of Dr. Aafia ...

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U.S. Veterans Group – Injustices in Dr. Aafia’s Case

Dr. A’fia Siddiqui: VICTIM OF BUSH RAPE AND KIDNAP SQUAD   January 10, 2010 by Gordon Duff   WOMAN KIDNAPPED, RAPED AND HELD 5 YEARS IN SECRET BAGRAM PRISON NOW FACING TRIAL FOR ATTACKING CIA TORTURE SQUAD By Gordon Duff/STAFF WRITER/Senior Editor Next week, a mother of 3 children is facing trial for, supposedly, wrestling an M-16 away from a CIA torture squad and trying to kill them.  ...

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PAK Gov. ordered to secure the release of Dr. Aafia

October 28,2009   The Pakistan Government has been ordered to secure the release of scientist Dr. Aafia Siddiqui from US custody. Originally published in Pakistan, By Yvonne Ridley The Islamabad High Court made the ground-breaking directive in a move welcomed by her family, supporters and anyone who wants to see justice delivered to a woman who has been trapped in a hellish existence for the last six y ...

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