Mumbai Attacks Suspect Guilty of Murder
Mohammed Ajmal Amir Kasab, the lone surviving gunman from the 2008 Mumbai attacks, was found guilty on Monday of murder and waging war against India.
“You have been found guilty of waging war against India, and killing people at CST (train station), killing government officials and abetting the other nine terrorists,” judge M.L. Tahaliyani said as he announced his verdict.
They were the most serious charges laid against Kasab, a 22-year-old Pakistani who was arrested after the Mumbai siege that left 166 people dead in November 2008.Filed under: Arts & Entertainment