Police Case for The Jury
At trial, police claimed I met samiya in the evening of November 12, 1999, killed her in the parking lot of a supermarket, called my brother asking for his assistance, went to long Island's mechanic shop and disposed of the evidence. Since no recordings of any conversation exists and none was provided to the jury the prosecution used Miata and Morrison - my brother's then and my former coworker and boss to prove the case.
They testified that while my brother was on the phone speaking in Farsi, a language both admitted they did not understand or were familiar with, but claimed they heard my brother uttering the words "Haqiqi Haqiqi". The prosecutor informed the jury what the witnesses heard was Samiya's last name and the conversation was about Samiya's murder. Prosecution witnesses claimed my brother made certain incriminating statements to them none of which hinted or resulted in the discovery of any physical evidence or substantiated police theory.
Prosecutor told the jury what the witnesses allegedly heard only meant Samiya's Haqiqi. Prosecutor informed the New York jury whom experienced the devastating attack in 9/11 where thousands of innocent lives were lost and Afghanistan was directly implicated in the attack. -- that I was a traditional Afghani -- This statement while untrue it also painted me as being of the same mindset as those who flew the planes in the buildings on 9/11. He further informed the jury that I told the detective if I was in Afghanistan and killed Samiya, I would have been considered a hero and Samiya a whore. Prosecutor lied to the jury informing them that I called Samiya each hour on the day of her disappearance but stopped calling after her death that evening. This statement is belied by mine and samiya's phone records. The prosecutor lied to Sami's mother claiming they found body parts at the mechanic shop and also found her daughter's hair in the shop, thus, I was responsible for her daughter's death. Therefore, for Sami's mother it was not about finding the truth but rather to punish someone she was led to believe killed her daughter. They also offered few photos of hair allegedly discovered from the shop and a necklace allegedly found in Sami's abandoned car. The necklace, according to the prosecutor, was Samiya's voice from grave informing the jury that I killed her. The above mentioned basically sums up the prosecution's evidence against me in this high profile case.
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