Pakistan Supreme Court`s website hacked
Islamabad: The website of Pakistan`s Supreme Court was hacked Thursday by two people, including an Indian national, a media report said.
The hackers - one of whom was a Pakistani - after hacking the website, posted some objectionable material on it, Geo TV reported.
The hackers demanded that Aafia Siddiqui, a Pakistani-origin neuroscientist sentenced to 86 years in prison by the US on charges of being a suicide bomber and having links with the al Qaeda, be immediately released.
Siddiqui, a Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) graduate, was arrested in 2008 from Afghanistan was accused of carrying sensitive information about US installations and explosive material with her.
After a trial in the US federal court in New York, Siddiqui was sentenced Sep 23 to 86 years in prison.
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