Pakistan—Alleged Mastermind Of Mumbai Attacks Sentenced By Anti-Terrorism Court

Al Jazeera | 02/13/2020

A Pakistani anti-terrorism court has sentenced the suspected mastermind behind the 2008 Mumbai attacks to 5.5 years in prison, reports Al Jazeera (Qatar). On Wednesday, Hafiz Muhammad Saeed was convicted and sentenced on two counts.  He received six months in prison for being a member of an outlawed organization and five years on charges related to illegal property. Saeed, the former leader of the Lashkar-e-Tayyiba terrorist organization, was indicted on six charges under anti-terrorism...

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