Pakistani defendant held in NY: “I was FRAMED”

HEAR EXCLUSIVE AUDIO OUTLINING TERRORIST’S DEFENSE

By Douglas J. Hagmann, Director

16 August 2008: A lawyer for a Pakistani woman charged with trying to kill U.S. military officers in a gunfight in Afghanistan accused the government on Wednesday of setting up her client by planting evidence on her.

The lawyer, Elizabeth Fink, also accused the government of trying to poison the court process by leaking information about her client, Aafia Siddiqui, who was brought to the United States a week ago to face federal charges. Complete article HERE.

EXCLUSIVE AUDIO OBTAINED BY THIS INVESTIGATOR

Fink said her client was a victim of dirty tricks by the U.S. government. We obtained exclusive audio of Fink’s client, counseled by current and former members of the Council on American and Islamic Relations, explaining the situation HERE.