Aafia Unheard: Uncovering the Personal and Legal Mysteries Surrounding FBI’s Most Wanted Woman! by Dawood Ghazanavi



Terrorist! Lady Al-Qaeda! The Gray Lady of Bagram! FBI’s Most Wanted! Prisoner 650!…Innocent!

These and more labels have been used to describe Dr. Aafia Siddiqui; a brilliant minded young Pakistani woman, an MIT graduate, and a mother, who found herself being the focus of a case which continues to serve as an example for the War on Terror in response to 9/11.
From Dr. Aafia’s humble beginnings to her disappearance in 2003 surviving secret prisons, convicted of attempted murder of American officials, to her sentencing of 86 years, and more, there are numerous questions waiting to be answered.

Covering the (08 CR 826) United States of America v Aafia Siddiqui case and the (14 CV 3437) Aafia Siddiqui v United States of America case documents, transcripts, government and defense witness testimonies, and the court orders, “Aafia Unheard” offers in-depth factual information about this politically controversial figure and brings forth Aafia’s narrative like never before.

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