Monday, July 20, 2009


Mumbai attacks gunman pleads guilty and confesses in court

And I thought is was brutal enough even before I read this:
"His eight-minute confession, in which he described how the ten terrorist commandos had left Karachi by boat, hijacked a ship and murdered its crew, and how he and his leader had shot dead the head of Mumbai's anti-terrorist squad, will intensify pressure on Pakistan to bring the masterminds behind the attack to court.

Most alarming for Pakistan is Qasab's allegation that he and nine other terrorist commandos were waved off on their boat from Karachi by Zaki ur Rahman Lakhvi, the head of the al-Qaeda-allied Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT) group, who is believed to have links to elements within Pakistan's ISI intelligence service."
Pakistan, Pakistan, Pakistan. (Emphasis mine.)


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