Tuesday, August 05, 2008

More on Aafia Siddiqui

Looks like more information on the so-called Gray Lady of al Qaeda is starting to trickle out.

As is the proof that Amnesty International and all the rest of the moonbat crybabies were blowing smoke all these years when it came to her status. It is also interesting to note that she was with a teenage boy when caught. Teen jihadi?

A U.S. military source in Afghanistan said Siddiqui was brought to Bagram Air Base in Afghanistan for medical care after she was shot.

Bryan Whitman, a Pentagon spokesman, said she had not been in the detention facility at Bagram. Siddiqui was being processed through law enforcement channels, he said, and was not sent to the Guantanamo prison facility at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, because she was not picked up on the battlefield.

Her lawyer is busy earning her fee, getting out in front of the press - and merrily poisoning the jury pool as she goes along.

Elaine Whitfield Sharp, a Massachusetts attorney representing Siddiqui, told CNN she found a lot of the allegations against her client "implausible" and said the charges "don't pass the sniff test."

"This is a very intelligent woman. What is she doing outside of the governor's residence?" Sharp said. "The woman is a Ph.D. Is a woman like this really that stupid? There is an incongruity, and I have trouble accepting the government's claims.

"If she was carrying fluids and was considered dangerous, then why was she left unattended in a room behind a curtain? And this dangerous, hardened criminal picks up a gun and misses?"

Note to Elaine: She's a Muslim terrorist and a WOMAN who needed to spend more time at the shooting range.

A copy of the full criminal complaint against Siddiqui can be found here. She will face 20 years on each count of murder and assault.

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