The targets: The Statue of Liberty, Times Square and the subway system.
The suspect: a Pakistani neuroscientist with ties to Al Qaeda who had a list of New York landmarks, recipes for a witches' brew of chemical weapons and glass bottles filled with mysterious liquids in her purse. To See Video Click Her Image or CLICK HERE.
SEE also; "AAFIA SIDDIQUI MANY LINKS TO US TERROR PLOTS INCLUDES POISONING NYC WATER RESERVOIRS WITH ANTHRAX"
SEE also; Aafia Siddiqui rented P.O. Box #187XX Baltimore MD 21206 for Majid Khan while he was in Pakistan meeting with Khalid Sheikh Mohammed. Al Qaeda facilitator Ali Abd al-Aziz Ali , otherwise known as Ammar al-Baluchi, states that he ordered Aafia Siddiqui to help get travel documents for Majid Khan who intended to blow up gas stations and bridges and poison reservoirs in the United States. His (Ali Abd al-Aziz Ali) biography also states that he married Siddiqui shortly before his capture, an allegation that is true, sheds light on Aafia Siddiqui's relationship to top Al Qaeda planners like Khalid Sheikh Mohammed, who is Ammar al-Baluchi's uncle.
SEE also; NYC CLOTHING IMPORTER TIED TO BALTIMORE MD TERROR PLOT/ UZAIR PARACHA, GETS 30 YEAR PRISON TERM FOR $200,000 DEAL WITH AL-QAEDA TO ACCESS HIS PORT OF NEWARK BOUND SHIPPING CONTAINERS (from Karachi PK) TO BRING IN MATERIALS TO BLOW UP UNDERGROUND GAS STORAGE TANKS IN BALTIMORE MD. Uzair Paracha, 24, son of Saifullah Paracha, went on trial in November 2005, he was convicted of all five counts he faced, he is linked to al-Qaeda terrorist Majid Khan. In the opening argument of Uzair Paracha in November 2005, the Assistant United States Attorney Eric Bruce claimed that MIT graduate Aafia Siddiqui was willing to help with an anthrax attack. Bruce repeatedly referred to a planned chemical attack by Khan but never described the plot or when and where it would occur. Any evidence supporting the dramatic statement was later excluded from evidence on the grounds that it would be unduly prejudicial.
Law enforcement officials believe they have "the most significant capture" in the fight against terrorism in five years: Aafia Siddiqui, a 36-year-old MIT graduate arrested in Afghanistan last month for trying to shoot American agents and officers.
The alleged Mata Hari appeared in Manhattan Federal Court in a wheelchair Monday. A judge delayed her bail hearing so she could receive medical treatment for the gunshot wound she suffered in the alleged attack on the American personnel. "She is a high security risk," Assistant U.S. Attorney Christopher Lloyd LaVigne told the judge.
Some experts believe Siddiqui is much more than that. "She is the most significant capture in five years," former
CIA agent John Kiriakou told ABC News. "To find someone who has such rich information, computer hard drives, e-mails, that is really a major capture."
Siddiqui was believed to be planning a possible suicide bombing when she was nabbed July 17, according to published reports. The criminal complaint against her says a search of her bag found "documents describing the creation of explosives, chemical weapons and other weapons involving biological material and radiological agents."
She also carried with her excerpts from bomb-making bible "The Anarchist Arsenal" and a one-gigabyte portable hard drive. Investigators are testing Siddiqui's saliva, hair and nails to see if she has been exposed to any chemical, biological or radiological materials.
Siddiqui's lawyer said her client was being framed. "They need a sacrificial lamb to prove that they were right all along on terror," said
Elaine Whitfield Sharp. "Maybe there are terrorists out there, but let's get the real ones."
Sources told the Daily News on Tuesday that Siddiqui carried with her a list of New York landmarks, including Lady Liberty and Times Square. ABC said the list also included the subway system and
Plum Island, an isolated federal disease research lab off Long Island.
Siddiqui, a mother of three, was once married to a nephew of 9/11 mastermind
Khalid Shaikh Mohammed, who is being held at the Guantanamo Bay detention center. She has also been linked to Adnan el-Shukrijumah, a pilot and suspected Al Qaeda member who once lived in Florida.
When she set upon the U.S. agents who were questioning her after her capture, she grabbed a soldier's M-4 rifle and tried to shoot him while yelling "Allah Akbar!" or "God is great!" She also said that she wanted to kill Americans.
Bill Warner, Private Investigator