Mumbai Gunmen Convicted Of 2008 Attacks

May 3, 2010

India (ChattahBox) – The lone surviving Mumbai gunman has been convicted of murder, waging a war against the country of India, possession of explosives, and conspiracy.

Mohammad Ajmal Amir Qasab, a 22-year-old Pakistani citizen, was the last surviving gunman of the 2008 attacks that left 174 people dead, 166 of which were local Indian civilians, and foreign guests.

The attacks were carried out by ten men of the Lashkar-e-Taiba terrorist group.

The trial has lasted more than 270 days, and has caught the eye of people all over the world as his fate is decided.

The prosecution is seeking the death penalty.

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