Daily Times — Pakistan’s Ambassador to the US Hussain Haqqani met with US Attorney General Eric Holder and expressed sentiments of the Pakistani people over the case involving Dr Aafia Siddiqui.The envoy demanded a withdrawal of the case against American-educated Aafia, in which she had been accused of attempting an attack on US officials in Afghanistan, diplomatic sources said.According to sources, the US attorney general said he was aware of Pakistani’s feelings and emotions over Dr Aafia’s case and that it would be decided in accordance with the relevant US laws. Meanwhile, expert sources opined that since the jury had already convicted Aafia, the judge can only determine sentence from between maximum and minimum legal terms.Posted by D-Lo on Tuesday, September 14, 2010, at 8:40 PM
This was the only thing resembling an account of the referenced meeting that I was able to find on the internet. Hmmm. Assuming it is accurate, it confirms my suspicion that the plan is to leave Siddiqui in prison, being subjected to "enhanced interrogation" techniques (such as isolation, which she has suffered for 8 years, humiliating strip-searches, and probably others such as sleep deprivation, but since nobody can talk to her in the land of the free, we don't know) even though there is no longer any pretense of interrogating her, thus exposing this claim as a lie, again. This is, I surmise, mainly intended to provoke Muslims and contribute to the disintegration of Pakistan so that Obama can announce that "the terrorists" have obtained nukes, thus explaining his masters' planned nuclear attacks (perhaps including air bursts to wipe out electronics), intended to "fulfill prophecy" and destroy civilization.
Too bad there's nothing we can do about it, in the land of the free. If we had a right to remove traitors from office, maybe we could. But since Pelosi has taken it off the table, thus effectively amending the Constitution with a few spoken words (after all, she is God, because she works for Nazi bankers) we no longer have that right.