Lawyer: Pakistani defendant held in NY was set up

A lawyer for a Pakistani woman charged in New York with trying to kill US military officers in a gunfight in Afghanistan has accused the government of planting evidence on her client. Lawyer Elizabeth Fink also says Wednesday that the government has tried to poison the court process by leaking information about Aafia Siddiqui. ABC News reported Tuesday that Siddiqui was carrying maps of New York and a list of potential terrorism targets including the Statue of Liberty and Times Square when she was arrested last month. The network also says she was plotting to kill two former presidents and attack the White House. If convicted, Siddiqui faces up to 20 years in prison on an attempted-murder charge and on an assault charge.