Vikram Buddhi , an alumnus of IIT Mumbai, was a teaching assistant pursuing a PhD in cancer research at Indiana’s Purdue University. On April 14, 2006, the federal police swooped down on his hostel room in the Purdue campus, seizing his computer and accusing him of appealing to Iraqis on Yahoo to kill the then president, George W Bush, and other VIPs, for waging an unjust war in their country.
The American secret service, which examined Vikram and closely studied his computer, concluded that he was innocent. Nevertheless, the federal authorities insisted on proceeding against him.
Capt Subbarao, who is also a noted lawyer, rushed to Indiana to defend his son. However, he was not even allowed to set foot in the courtroom though he volunteered to demonstrate how it is possible to post a message on a computer and make it appear as if it was generated by another.The authorities were anything but cooperative to Capt Subbarao. They refused to extend his visa and after it expired, put him in an automobile and whisked away to the airport. He was put on a flight to Mumbai without permission to collect his clothes from his room.
Vikram was not given a proper defence lawyer and the order to sentence him to prison for SEVEN LONG YEARS was passed virtually ex-parte. Capt Subbarao believes that his son was targetted because he (Subbarao) had written a series of well-researched articles online and in print against the dangers of the Indo-US nuclear deal. The articles, which made a strong case for why it was not in India’s interest to ink the deal, were written before the signing of the agreement.
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The Secret Service said it is looking into a recent op-ed from an Atlanta publisher that floated the idea of green-lighting Israeli Mossad agents to assassinate President Obama in order to improve Israel’s security against enemies like Iran. The publisher and author, Andrew Adler, reportedly has apologized.
But Jewish advocacy groups condemned his comments as “outrageous,” and Secret Service spokesman George Ogilvie said the agency is “aware” of the incident. “We’re conducting the appropriate investigative steps,” he told FoxNews.com. Ogilvie would not comment on whether Adler has been contacted or whether his column was deemed a potential threat to the president.
In the Jan. 13 column in the Atlanta Jewish Times, Adler floated three scenarios for how Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu would deal with a nuclear Iran and other threats in the region. Adler wrote that Israel could order a strike on Hezbollah and Hamas, or a strike on Iran’s nuclear facilities.
A third option, he wrote, would be to “give the go-ahead for U.S.-based Mossad agents to take out a president deemed unfriendly to Israel in order for the current vice president to take his place, and forcefully dictate that the United States‘ policy includes its helping the Jewish state obliterate its enemies.”
Leaving no question about what he was suggesting, Adler went on: “Yes, you read ‘three’ correctly. Order a hit on a president in order to preserve Israel’s existence. Think about it. If I have thought of this Tom Clancy-type scenario, don’t you think that this almost unfathomable idea has been discussed in Israel’s most inner circles? Another way of putting ‘three’ in perspective goes something like this: How far would you go to save a nation comprised of 7 million lives…Jews, Christians and Arabs alike?”
Adler later told the Jewish Telegraphic Agency that he will publish an apology. “I very much regret it,” he said.
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