Arrest follows years of outrage

Vermont woman on diverted flight long a critic of US

Catherine T. Mayo, in an undated image provided by WCVB-TV (Channel 5), had traveled often to Pakistan, her family said. Her lawyer said Mayo, 59, has 'a very serious mental illness.'
By Raja Mishra and Shelley Murphy
Globe Staff / August 18, 2006

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It was March 2003, the eve of the US invasion of Iraq, and into the office of dumbfounded Pakistani newspaper editor Najam Sethi walked an articulate, fresh-faced Vermont woman, saying she wanted to vent her anger at America in his pages. (Full article: 958 words)

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