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Old January 8th, 2009, 01:05 PM
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Question What would be Ajmal Kasab's defense strategy in court?

Okay, this might sound weird and crazy, but I was thinking that Ajmal Kasab will be in court for his direct participation in the Mumbai Terror attacks of 26/11/08.

As per our legal system, everyone has a right to a defense attorney in court. If one cannot be hired by the defendant, then the government provides one.

Since our government's stand on the terror attacks has been very soft and we want to do it by the book, I thought about what the defense strategy would be for Ajmal Kasab.

Now playing devil's advocate, here is what the defense lawyer might say in court - 'Ajmal Kasab is a Pakistani. That has been proven by the intelligence services in India. However, he is a member of the Pakistani army. He was in Mumbai on orders of the Pakistani army as a member of a small unit to wage war against India.

So in essence he is a soldier following orders. Now as per Geneva conventions, he should be treated as a Prisoner Of War (POW). Under the same convention, POWs cannot be given the death penalty and only their country of origin can punish them with death. So Ajmal Kasab should be handed over to Pakistan or kept in Indian jails, but death penalty is out of the question"


I know this is a very weird topic I raised, but what do you think? What do you think will happen in court?
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Old January 8th, 2009, 01:16 PM
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Okay, this might sound weird and crazy, but I was thinking that Ajmal Kasab will be in court for his direct participation in the Mumbai Terror attacks of 26/11/08.

As per our legal system, everyone has a right to a defense attorney in court. If one cannot be hired by the defendant, then the government provides one.

Since our government's stand on the terror attacks has been very soft and we want to do it by the book, I thought about what the defense strategy would be for Ajmal Kasab.

Now playing devil's advocate, here is what the defense lawyer might say in court - 'Ajmal Kasab is a Pakistani. That has been proven by the intelligence services in India. However, he is a member of the Pakistani army. He was in Mumbai on orders of the Pakistani army as a member of a small unit to wage war against India.

So in essence he is a soldier following orders. Now as per Geneva conventions, he should be treated as a Prisoner Of War (POW). Under the same convention, POWs cannot be given the death penalty and only their country of origin can punish them with death. So Ajmal Kasab should be handed over to Pakistan or kept in Indian jails, but death penalty is out of the question"


I know this is a very weird topic I raised, but what do you think? What do you think will happen in court?
Since we are not at war with Pakistan officially, they cannot hide under Geneva convention rules as those only apply to official military action. They would either have to prove that
a. India and Pakistan are officially at war

or

b. This was an officially sanctioned military action by Pakistan - not just say it, but prove it. This, of course, would be tantamount to a declaration of war, so it wont happen.
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Re: What would be Ajmal Kasab's defense strategy in court?

I think the best defence strategy would be to plead "Guilty" and in return for life imprisonment, Kasab would have to help in giving all the information about his group and their hideouts.
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Re: What would be Ajmal Kasab's defense strategy in court?

Also if they take the line he is puki military guy and following orders, that means Pakistan will have to say that he is our military guy and was following orders. naah they wont do that. That means they admit guilt and the world van officially declare pukes as a terrorist nation. I wish they do that as that will bring more pressure on pukes
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Re: What would be Ajmal Kasab's defense strategy in court?

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Re: What would be Ajmal Kasab's defense strategy in court?

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Re: What would be Ajmal Kasab's defense strategy in court?

Kasab will not be given Death Sentence as he provides suffcient "Khalnayak" type Sanjay Dutt stories to "Aajtak" and "Star News". A spoiled son missing his mother

He provides stories to NDTV and Congress for how he was agitated by Godhra and Babri Masjid Fiasco, a weapon against BJP.

Technically his crime is not "Rarest of Rare" as he has not planned the conspiracy like Afzal Guru. So Death Sentence is a bit doubtful.
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Re: What would be Ajmal Kasab's defense strategy in court?

a Single line statement will see his acquittal....

I am a muslim and thats why i m being harassed by hindu dominated India. UPA Govt will make sure that all the charge were false... CCTV footage were tempered by BJP/RSS/SS.....
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Re: What would be Ajmal Kasab's defense strategy in court?

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a Single line statement will see his acquittal....

I am a muslim and thats why i m being harassed by hindu dominated India. UPA Govt will make sure that all the charge were false... CCTV footage were tempered by BJP/RSS/SS.....
I now appoint you the defense lawyer for Ajmal Kasab. You have come up with the most brilliant yet the most simple solution! You are right. In India Congress will always be soft with Muslims and Muslim terrorists.
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