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Thursday, August 14, 2008

TERRORIST AAFIA SIDDIQUI NEW YORK CITY PLOTS INCLUDE THE SUBWAY SYSTEM.

Alleged Mata Hari of Al Qaeda Could Provide 'Treasure Trove' of Intelligence Aafia Siddique Had a List of Targets in New York City & Chem-Bio Weapons Information in her Possession ABC NEWS By RICHARD ESPOSITO and BRIAN ROSS.

When she was arrested in Afghanistan last month, Aafia Siddique allegedly had in her possession maps of New York, a list of potential targets that included the Statue of Liberty, Times Square, the subway system and the animal disease center on Plum Island, detailed chemical, biological and radiological weapon information that has been seen only in a handful of terrorist cases, as well as a thumb drive packed with emails, ABC News has learned.
Before she turned her attention to blowing up New York landmarks, the alleged al Qaeda "Mata Hari" had wild dreams of murdering former Presidents Jimmy Carter and George H.W. Bush, federal law-enforcement sources said yesterday.
MIT-educated neuroscientist Aafia Siddiqui's outlandish terror schemes included plans to get Carter by poisoning the 39th president's water supply, the sources told ABC News. It wasn't clear how she supposedly schemed to kill Bush.
Authorities had been chasing her through information gleaned from interviews with admitted 9/11 mastermind Khalid Sheik Mohammed. She was once married to the convicted terrorist's nephew.

Officials believe arrested neuroscientist Aafia Siddiqui is a danger to the U.S.
That haul of information has led multiple government sources to describe Siddique, a 36 year-old MIT graduate, as a potential "treasure trove" of information on terrorist supporters, sympathizers or 'sleepers' in the United States and overseas.
"She is the most significant capture in five years," said former CIA officer John Kiriakou, who said she lives up to her reputation as an alleged terrorist 'Mata Hari.' And there is an eagerness to see what, if anything, she can add to the thin trickle of fresh information on the activities of terrorists and terrorist supporters in Afghanistan and Pakistan, as well as what if any risk she might pose to national security.

Wednesday, August 13, 2008

Pakistani scientist busted, Aafia Siddiqui called most significant terror capture in five years.

Pakistani scientist busted, called most significant terror capture in five years BY ALISON GENDAR, JOSE MARTINEZ and STEPHANIE GASKELL DAILY NEWS STAFF WRITERS Updated Tuesday, August 12th 2008, 10:27 PM

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


www.wbipi.com

Tuesday, August 12, 2008

Activist turned extremist suicide bomber, US says, Aafia Siddiqui tied to Al Qaeda

Aafia Siddiqui Terrorist in Hiding; Federal Prosecutors in New York alleged that Siddiqui's activism had become extremism. US officials say that the 36-year-old mother of three became an Al Qaeda operative who ended up in Afghanistan and attacked US soldiers who had come to interrogate her.

US officials say Aafia Siddiqui eluded them until last month when she was arrested with an unidentified teenage boy in Ghazni, Afghanistan. Local police caught the two outside the provincial governor's compound with chemicals, maps, and documents on explosives, according to court papers. "They were here for suicide bombing," an Afghan official in Ghazni told the Globe in a telephone interview last week. "Both of them were looking like they were prepared for suicide."

In 1991, after transferring from the University of Houston, Siddiqui arrived at MIT, wearing Western clothes but covering her hair with a scarf in the Muslim tradition. She quickly honed her activist skills, using the Internet and delivering passionate appeals to raise funds for Islamic causes. In one instance, she organized financial sponsorships for Muslim widows and orphans in Bosnia. "Kindly fill the pledge form and return to Al-Kifah," she directed a group of potential donors in an e-mail. The message appears to refer to the Al-Kifah Refugee Center in Brooklyn, which the Justice Department has accused of diverting charitable funds to militants of al-Qaeda.

Local Service Center, Alkifah Center, a Den of Terrorists.
People in the neighborhood who remember Alkifah Center say it appeared to be a shoestring operation, although court papers suggest that tens of thousands of dollars flowed through its bank accounts in its heyday in the late 1980's and early 1990's.

It was this ramshackle office that the Government says evolved into the American outpost of Mr. bin Laden's international terrorist organization. Federal charges relating to the embassy bombings in Africa assert that his group ''grew out of'' an organization that had offices in Afghanistan and Pakistan and, after 1989, in the United States. Specifically, the Government said, the network's connection to the United States evolved from Alkifah Center.

The center was set up by Mustafa Shalabi, an Egyptian immigrant. As his former neighbors recall him, Mr. Shalabi was infused with the same religious fervor for the Afghan cause that galvanized many young Muslims who regarded it as a holy war to liberate a Muslim country from Communist domination.

One of those who answered the call to fight in Afghanistan was Mahmud Abouhalima, who was active in militant Islamic movements in his native Egypt before moving to West Germany in 1981 and to New York four years later. Mr. Abouhalima would later become a well-known figure in New York as one of the men accused in the World Trade Center bombing. Shortly after his arrest in that case, he met with Government investigators without his lawyer and provided a detailed account of Alkifah Refugee Center and its internecine rivalries.
A previous photo was posted that was mislabeled as Aafia Siddiqui, it was in fact her sister Dr. Fowzia Siddiqui who appears to have no connection to her sisters arrest. The source of the mislabled photo was the LA Times, see Retraction by the LA Times...CLICK HERE
And by the way I have a line on you, nussrah 08.12.08 - 1:14 pm

Bill Warner
Private Investigator
WBI Inc Private Detective Agecny
Sarasota Fl

Wednesday, August 06, 2008

Terror suspect, Aafia Siddiqui, in NYC court: allegedly had explosives recipes in purse

Terror suspect, Aafia Siddiqui, in NYC court: allegedly had explosives recipes in purse. An MIT-educated Pakistani woman linked to al-Qaida appeared in federal court Tuesday to face charges she tried to kill U.S. employees in a gunfight in Afghanistan after police said they discovered suspicious documents about explosives and landmarks in her handbag.

Aafia Siddiqui, wearing a burgundy head scarf and suffering from a gunshot wound, was ordered held without bail on charges of attempted murder and assault stemming from the July incident. She had been arrested Monday in Afghanistan and flown to New York to be formally charged.

Prosecutors allege Siddiqui, 36, was stopped by police on July 17 outside a government building in central Afghanistan's

Ghazni province. Police searched her handbag and discovered documents containing recipes for explosives and chemical weapons and describing "various landmarks in the United States, including New York City," according to a criminal complaint, which did not identify the landmarks.

Siddiqui also was carrying "chemical substances in gel and liquid form that were sealed in bottles and glass jars," the complaint said without elaborating.
The next day, as a team of

FBI agents and U.S. military officers prepared to question Siddiqui, she snatched a soldier's rifle and pointed it at an Army captain, prosecutors said. An interpreter pushed the rifle aside as she fired two shots, which missed, they said. One of two shots fired by a soldier in response hit her in one of her hips.

Even after being hit, Siddiqui struggled and shouted in English that she wanted "to kill Americans" before the officers subdued her, the complaint said.
Asked by the judge if she understood the charges, she replied in a soft voice, "I understand them."
At a 2004 news conference,
then-Attorney General John Ashcroft and FBI Director Robert Mueller III identified Siddiqui as one of seven people the FBI wanted to question about their suspected ties to al-Qaida — an allegation her family has vehemently denied.

U.S. authorities said at the time that Siddiqui had received a biology degree from the
Massachusetts Institute of Technology and had written a doctoral thesis on neurological sciences at Brandeis University, outside Boston. They said they believed she returned to Pakistan shortly after the Sept. 11 attacks and later vanished for several years.

Though they never alleged Siddiqui was a full-fledged member of al-Qaida, they said they believed she could be a "fixer," someone with knowledge of the United States who supported other operatives trying to slip into the country and plot attacks. If convicted, Siddiqui faces up to 20 years in prison on each charge.
Terrroist Majid Khan appears to have met with Aafia Saddiqui who is a MIT grad in microbiology, she had access to Anthrax while working at Brandeis Univ in Boston. Assistant United States Attorney Eric Bruce claimed that MIT graduate Aafia Siddiqui was willing to help with an anthrax attack. Eric Bruce repeatedly referred to a planned chemical attack by Majid Khan but never described the plot or when and where it would occur. He said a woman affiliated with al-Qaida opened a Maryland post office box in the names of herself and Majid Khan so immigration documents could be sent there.
Bruce said the woman (Aafia Siddiqui), if asked, would "help carry out a deadly Anthrax attack against the United States." Her whereabouts were unknown at that time. But it was the only mention of Anthrax in his opening statements and the prosecutor never said whether Anthrax was part of Majid Khan's plot.
Aafia Siddiqui rented P.O. Box #187XX Baltimore MD 21206 for terrorist 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.

Bill Warner
Private Investigator
WBI Private Detecive Agecny
Sarasota Fl

Tuesday, August 05, 2008

AAFIA SIDDIQUI MANY LINKS TO US TERROR PLOTS INCLUDES POISONING NYC WATER RESERVOIRS WITH ANTHRAX

TERRORIST MAJID KHAN FROM BALTIMORE IS LINKED TO AAFIA SIDDIQUI (HER PHOTO) .

KHAN WAS ALSO LINKED TO UZAIR PARACHA IN NYC AND WAS PLOTTING TO POISON THE WATER SUPPLY IN THE UPSTATE NEW YORK CITY RESERVOIR WITH ANTHRAX (click map to enlarge); Water flows unfiltered from the Croton Watershed in Westchester County to supply water for New York City. Majid Khan had worked at his family’s gas stations in Baltimore and was able to help Khaled Sheikh Mohammed with research into a plan to blow up gas stations. Khalid Sheikh Mohammed also asked Majid Khan to research how to poison US water reservoirs (New York City) with Anthrax which is resistant to chlorine, according to the government profile.

Majid Khan appears to have met with Aafia Saddiqui who is a MIT grad in microbiology, she had access to Anthrax while working at Brandeis Univ in Boston. Assistant United States Attorney Eric Bruce claimed that MIT graduate Aafia Siddiqui was willing to help with an anthrax attack. Eric Bruce repeatedly referred to a planned chemical attack by Majid Khan but never described the plot or when and where it would occur. He said a woman affiliated with al-Qaida opened a Maryland post office box in the names of herself and Majid Khan so immigration documents could be sent there.

Bruce said the woman (Aafia Siddiqui), if asked, would "help carry out a deadly Anthrax attack against the United States." Her whereabouts were unknown at that time. But it was the only mention of Anthrax in his opening statements and the prosecutor never said whether Anthrax was part of Majid Khan's plot.

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.

GUANTANAMO BAY, Cuba–The alleged mastermind of the 9/11 attacks, Khalid Sheikh Mohammed, asked to be sentenced to death so he could die a martyr and lashed out at the U.S. military court trying him for war crimes. Aafia Siddiqui's husband Ammar al-Baluchi: Also known as Ali Abd al-Aziz Ali, is currently on trial with KSM and is described as Mohammed's nephew, Ammar al-Baluchi is alleged to have helped finance the 9/11 attacks by sending approximately $120,000 to the hijackers in the United States from Dubai.

NYC CLOTHING IMPORTER TIED TO BALTIMORE MD GAS STATION 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.

Uzair's father is being held at "Gitmo" as an enemy combatant. The evidence at trial proved that Paracha, 25, agreed with his father, Saifullah Paracha, and two al Qaeda members, Majid Khan and Ammar Al-Baluchi, to provide support to al Qaeda. Paracha and his father had discussed with Khan and Al- Baluchi the possibility of the Parachas receiving up to $200,000 from al Qaeda in connection with the assistance Paracha was providing to Khan, which the Paracha hoped to invest in their businesses.

On March 28, 2003, agents and detectives of the New York Joint Terrorist Task Force located and interviewed Paracha extensively regarding his connections to Khan and Al-Baluchi, and his efforts to assist them. Task Force members subsequently found in Paracha’s belongings a number of identification documents belonging to Khan, including Khan’s drivers license, Khan’s Social Security card, Khan’s bank card, and a handwritten list of instructions from Khan directing Paracha on how to pose as Khan when making inquiries with the INS. Also in Paracha’s possession was a key to a post office box opened in Khan’s name by Aafia Siddiqui in Maryland, which Paracha was to check to see if Khan’s immigration documents had been delivered.


Pakistani native Aafia Siddiqui, who was also part of the Baltimore gas station bomb plot, rented PO Box #187XX Baltimore MD 21206 for Majid Khan, she had been living, off and on, in Boston at the time.


Bill Warner
Private Investigator
WBI Inc Private Detective Agency
Sarasota Fl
http://www.wbipi.com/