A PAKISTANI citizen in America, accused of stalking late President John F. Kennedys granddaughter, has been trying to contact the family for up to eight years, his lawyer has said. In court papers, prosecutors say Naeem Ahmed, 41, has been bombarding Tatiana Schlossberg, 20, with mushy notes and gifts since 2008. But Ahmeds lawyer said the apparent obsession started well before then. It goes as far back as five to eight years, lawyer Gerald Hertz said, adding that his client wouldnt explain his interest in the Camelot clan. Its too complicated to discuss, Ahmed told Hertz. Its unclear why Manhattan prosecutors didnt include the earlier contacts in their criminal complaint, but it seems Kennedys family may have contacted authorities after Ahmed tried twice to see Tatiana in person. The wannabe taxi driver, a naturalised US citizen from Pakistan, sent more than 40 e-card greetings and gifts like roses and balloons to the Yale student. In some of the notes, Ahmed addressed Schlossberg as Hunny Bunny and signed off as Your Hubby. Tne card had a montage of bare-skin photos, piano keys, flutes and a bed strewn with rose petals - and was accompanied by piano music. I know you, I know the feeling of you, I know you, your sound and your taste. I know you, and I know that I want you, and I need you. . . . Always, it read. Ahmed was arrested Dec 8 and is being held in lieu of $25,000 bail and a psychiatric evaluation. His lawyer blamed Caroline Kennedys fame for his incarceration. Agencies