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Old October 26th, 2008, 02:45 PM
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Terror techie - Yahoo India employee - wants to turn approver: Police


MUMBAI: Mansur Peerbhoy, who was arrested by the Mumbai police for his alleged links to the Indian Mujahideen and is believed to have shot off
the emails ahead of terror attacks, now wants to turn approver in the case, it is learnt. ( Watch )

TOI had reported soon after Peerbhoy’s arrest on September 29 that he may turn approver. Peerbhoy, who was working in a multinational firm in Pune on a handsome salary, is the most educated of the 20 IM members who have been picked up in the past month by police in connection with blasts in various cities of the country.

While others are alleged to have planted bombs, procured and supplied explosives, Peerbhoy is believed to have sent terror emails, warning media houses of the attacks just before the blasts took place.

Peerbhoy is currently in custody and had aroused considerable interest during his last appearance in court when he had slipped a note to a special judge hearing the case. The contents of the note remain under wraps but it could have been a plea to turn approver in the case. The prosecution has been asked to file a reply on the note by October 29.

Joint commissioner of police (crime) Rakesh Maria said, "An advocate of the accused filed an application before the MCOCA court and the court asked us for our say. We will file it very soon."

All 20 accused in the case have been charged under the stringent Maharashtra Control of Organized Crime Act (MCOCA) in which police can hold the accused in custody for prolonged periods of time and also gets up to six months to file a chargesheet. Importantly, any confessions made by the accused to senior police officials are considered admissible as evidence in court.

The crime branch also recorded the confession of almost 12 terror suspects before officers of the rank of DCP or above under the provisions of MCOCA.

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Now where is all the bravado? Where is that hatred for all things kafeer and the zeal for jeehad?? This ingrate had no remorse for the acts he committed and participated in. There was only the desire to carry on the holy fucking jeehad!

I guess Mumbai police really made him shit all the jeehad out of his ass!

Read this article too which was reported when he was arrested.
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Mansoor Peerbhoy: An unlikely jihadi, he shows no remorse


7 Oct 2008, 0127 hrs IST, TNN


[Peerbhoy was living at this A-Wing Central Park camp in Pune. (TOI Photo)]
MUMBAI: With an impressive resume, a senior position with Yahoo and hailing from an educated family, Mansoor Peerbhoy may have appeared an
unlikely jehadi to his folks and peers. But the facade masked a fanatical commitment to a jehad against "tormentors" of Muslims.

Intelligence sources who collaborated with Mumbai police to arrest Mansoor and others of an Indian Mujahideen cell conspiring to wreak mayhem in Mumbai were struck by the techie terrorist's utter lack of remorse. Frail and bespectacled, Peerbhoy, one of whose brothers is a chest specialist in UK and another an architect, was not fazed by his arrest or the punishment that awaits him.

"We are ready to face any consequence," he stoically remarked when one of his interrogators asked him whether he had ever paused to think what would befall him in the event of his being apprehended.

"We are not bothered about what happens in this life," Mansoor snapped, revealing the depth of radical zeal that can turn educated and "regular" guys into jehadis who do not flinch from mass murders of innocents.

Nor did the 31-year-old from Pune look particularly perturbed by the likely fallout of his diabolic enterprise for his wife, a homoeopath with a BHMS degree, and kid. "Allah will take care (of them)," he said coolly when asked why even concern for loved ones failed to deter him from taking to the path of violence and risk when things were going fine for him.

Steeped in what he saw as the persecution of Muslims in India, Iraq, Chechnya, Indonesia and other places, Peerbhoy had taken lessons in Arabic at Pune's Quran Foundation. Why a successful professional would take time off his busy schedule, which took him to the US twice in the past year or so, to learn Arabic puzzled interrogators, but for the terrorist this was not just a distraction but an important obligation. "You can appreeciate the best practices of Islam only if you know Arabic," he said.

Mansoor, whose knowledge of computers and software is rated as exceptional, also revealed how Indian Mujahideen spotters — Akbar and Arif — scanned those coming for Arabic lessons at Quran Foundation to seek recruits. Akbar would take recruits to meet Bhatkal brothers — Iqbal and Riaz, the two frontranking jehadis from Bhatkal in coastal Karnataka who had rented a flat in Pune's Kondwa locality.

Mansoor, however, knew one of the arrested IM operatives, Mobin Qadir Sheikh alias Salman, who has a BSc in computers, independent of Bhatkals. Sheikh had studied with Mansoor's younger brother.

The interrogation has also brought out the role of Bhatkal brothers, who with a deadly blend of intense jehadi zeal and deep underworld links are among the country's "most wanted" terrorists, in organising cells in Pune and Karnataka while using their Kondwa flat and Mazid Akhtar Shaikh's mobile and computer repair shop as meeting points.

Riaz, the younger of the Bhatkal brothers, with a degree in civil engineering, was personally involved in the bombings. Iqbal, who is a few years senior, focuses on "mental" training. The duo have an ardent follower in Akbar, a Pune transporter who was, sources said, allegedly involved in the serial blasts in Hyderabad.

Bhatkal brothers, who looked for the more impressionable among those taking Arabic lessons, ensured intense indoctrination at a big isolated bungalow off the Karnataka coast. For some strange reason though, they themselves kept away from the three-day long sessions filled with exhortations for jehad.

There is a strong reason for anti-terror agencies to rank Bhatkal brothers alongside leading jehadis like Tauqir Bilal alias Abdus Subhan — the missing Mumbai techie seen as the link between IM and SIMI activists across the country — and Qayamuddin Kapadia, the computer graphic artist from Vadodara who allegedly planned many of the attacks.

Known as Bada Bhai and Chhota Bhai within the module, Iqbal and Riaz are linked with Amer Raza Khan, a notorious Pakistan-based gangster closely aligned with ISI and HuJI. Amer, who heads the Asif Raza Tiger Force named after his brother who was killed in an encounter with Gujarat police, acts as an important conduit between the Pakistan-based terror groups and IM and SIMI modules like the one busted by Mumbai Police.

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Re: Terror techie wants to turn approver: Police

I do not think it will be prudent for Mumbai Police to trust this motherf$%@#
They have a tendency to back stab and I am pretty sure he will turn hostile later on. I do not know how the judicial system works but that is what will happen. Just hang the jihadi by his balls.
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