The lawyer for Pakistani Aafia Siddiqui who was the first female terrorist suspect after the 9/11 attacks, is demanding evidence that she is still alive in a federal prison in Texas, despite prison officials’ assertion that she is.
The lawyer for Pakistani Aafia Siddiqui who was the first female terrorist suspect after the 9/11 attacks, is demanding evidence that she is still alive in a federal prison in Texas, despite prison officials’ assertion that she is. AP
The lawyer for Pakistani Aafia Siddiqui who was the first female terrorist suspect after the 9/11 attacks, is demanding evidence that she is still alive in a federal prison in Texas, despite prison officials’ assertion that she is. AP

Supporters of imprisoned ‘Lady al Qaida’ want proof she’s alive

April 23, 2015 02:34 PM

UPDATED April 23, 2015 02:35 PM

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