On July 1, 1982, I personally arrested Aziz-ur-Rehman by citizens arrest in the Wall Street Station of the New York City number 4 and 5 Subway line. I had spotted him leaving the office of the National Bank of Pakistan on Wall Street and had chased him into the subway station. I wrapped my arms around him and held him until the transit police came. I convinced the transit police to hold him in the transit police jail at the Union Square Subway Station, by showing them this wanted card by the US Immigration and Naturalization Service.
The telephone numbers of Investigator Jim Gleason of 264-5725 and Investigator McCalaster of 264-5838 are clearly shown on this card.
In the blank space below the photo of Aziz-ur-Rehman there was a number. That number was cut out by Investigator Gleason when he gave me this copy of this card because this number is confidential within the INS.
Aziz-ur-Rehman never walked free on the streets of America again. He was held in the immigration jail until he was deported to Pakistan on July 21, 1982. However, Aziz-ur-Rehman continues to make trouble about this case to this very day. Using his authority within his tribe, he would not allow my wife to return to America after she went back to Pakistan on what was supposed to be a two week visit on August 28, 1982. Because of Aziz-ur-Rehman, Honzagool has never seen our daughter, Shamema, since the child was nine months old.