It looks like the US denials that they were holding a female prisoner in Bagram prison is as true as all the claims that Iraq had WMDs.
Putting two news stories together, it appears she is Mrs Aafia Siddiqui, 36, a former US resident, married with three children and is a former student of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
Her family believes that Mrs Siddiqui was secretly held by US agents since her disappearance in Pakistan in 2003, before authorities finally brought charges to justify her detention.
Who would bet the US would be lying about such an issue ?http://www.spiderednews.com/Afghanistan ... 542249.stm
Al-Qaeda woman suspect sent to UShttp://www.spiderednews.com/SecretPriso ... p?id=25319
BBC Tue, 05 Aug 2008 06:48:30 GMT
A Pakistani woman, suspected of links with al-Qaeda, has been extradited to the US from Afghanistan to face charges of trying to kill American agents.
The Grey Lady of Bagram - by Yvonne Ridley
CAGEPRISONERS Sat 12 July 2008
Today I am crying out for help – not for me, but for a Pakistan woman who you and I have never met, but she is our sister in Islam and she is in desperate need.
She has been held in isolation by the Americans in neighbouring Afghanistan.
But there has been not one word, not one paragraph about Prisoner 650 – the Grey Lady of Bagram … a murderous detention facility under the control of the US Military and intelligence services.
I call her the Grey Lady because she is almost a ghost, a spectre whose cries and screams continue to haunt those who heard her.
In truth, I wondered for a while if she really existed.