Sunday, September 26, 2010

Aafia Siddiqui's ongoing torture supports her claims of torture at Bagram

So, the family is going to obviously be calling for an appeal. We’re obviously most concerned about Aafia’s mental state, because during the trial, she clearly was not herself. She made a number of outbursts during the trial, and we think that is directly related to the trauma that she suffered while in secret prisons and while tortured for those five years while she was missing. In addition, she’s been in solitary confinement for a year and a half while in US custody. That has also contributed to her deteriorating mental state.


Solitary confinement? Back when Obama was reading campaign-related scripts before large audiences who believed that he meant what he said, he said he was going to put an end to "enhanced interrogation" and related crimes, of which one technique is long periods of solitary confinement. Can't he pull his head out of his ass long enough to read the news and fulfill his campaign promise in this case?

Another sign of the quality of "justice" she has received is that she is required to undergo humiliating strip searches each time she receives a visitor or goes to court. The implication is that she is somehow obtaining weapons while in solitary confinement and hiding them in her body cavities. They might as well just admit they're doing it for what it's actually accomplishing: humiliating her. The simply mouth their pathetic excuses ("it's policy"), providing a good example of the banality of evil, and force us to accept them with threats of death and torture. That's what it comes down to; they have no real reasons, so they have to resort to force, or at least threaten to do it.

So, if there was any doubt that her claims of having been tortured at Bagram, I think that her treatment in prison in New York is all the evidence an honest person with at least half a brain would need to conclude that she's telling the truth. (She was seen there by another well-known former prisoner, who supports the claim made by several witnesses that her Bagram ID number was 650, the digits of which just coincidentally add up to 11, the number of black magic. This might have been a hint that one of the reasons for her horrendous ordeal is to obliterate her self as part of black magic's 8th Sphere agenda. The creatures behind it might figure that if they can destroy someone as formerly intelligent and strong-willed as her, then they can destroy anyone. Her outbursts in court indicate that she still hasn't fallen in love with Big Brother (a reference to the end of Orwell's 1984), i.e. that she still has a self, which would explain why the O'Brien's of the real world, who seek to eradicate mankind from the universe, are still working on her.

Where is Congress on this issue? Considering that this monstrous injustice will tend to create terrorists, I would think that they would be interested, at least to give the appearance of being Americans.

Where is the media? Has anyone tried to interview her? Or can't the prison system find chains big enough to restrain this almost-dead 110-pound "superhuman terrorist" during an interview? (I suppose they'd also have to tape her mouth shut to prevent her from biting anyone, since she's supposedly the female equivalent of Hannibal Lecter.)