Friday, 19 December 2014

Pakistani Justice reality check - Mumbai attacks, mastermind bailed free in Pakistan





The attacks in Mumbai lasted almost 60 hours, and saw numerous public buildings and locations attacked plus the Jewish Chabad bloodbath  killing and allegedly sexually mutilating a Rabbi and his wife in such a sickening way that the press avoids the subject. SDR however was told that this was the rumour this by own contacts in Delhi among police and forensics experts.

The man accused of masterminding the utterly sickening 2008 Mumbai terror attacks against innocent civilians has been granted bail by a court in Pakistan.

Zaki-ur-Rehman Lakhvi is one of seven men facing trial over the attacks in the Indian city, which left 165 people dead. Nine gunmen were also killed.

The attacks in Mumbai damaged peace efforts between India and Pakistan.
The bailing of Mr Lakhvi came a day after Pakistan PM Nawaz Sharif vowed to end terrorism after the Taliban killed 141 people at a school in Peshawar.

Correspondents say the move will be an embarrassment for the Pakistani authorities who are under pressure to bring suspects in the case to justice.
Zaki-ur-Rehman Lakhvi and his co-accused were arrested in 2008 and had filed bail applications on 10 December.

It remains unclear on what grounds the court ordered Mr Lakhvi's bail.
The attacks in Mumbai were blamed on the militant group Lashkar-e-Taiba, and Mr Lakhvi was accused of heading the group.

Another man, Zarar Shah, has been accused of working with him, and was arrested in Pakistani-administered Kashmir in December 2008, but his name does not appear alongside those being tried with Mr Lakhvi.

Nine other men have been also charged in absentia in relation to the attacks.


" Here a video reminding us that the man in questions should not be on free foot anytime anywhere as he is behind such incredible bloodbath that it can´t be described just by words...."

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Pakistan it self proves to the word that the hundreds of victims that they are the true supporters of the Islamists and the Taliban, and should not be given one western cent to dollar in support. If we cant trust their actions we certainly should not support them at all. Pakistan has time and time again proven this by letting Kashmiri resistance get help by secret services and the same with all other radical attackers. Daniel Pearl was abducted and killed most brutally and so was many others Osama bin Laden was never found by them even if he was right next door to the army ... We see Pakistani people react online and it tells usually a tale by it self reflecting the common thinking. 

Most recent comments online SDR personally has seen on LinkedIn and Facebook that:

US and Mossad have funded the killers of the children and are behind the Taliban. Not only that but US and Mossad also did 9/11 and US and Mossad and the Zionists own the world and banks. The US and Mossad also was to blame for the Pakistani flooding some years back by allegedly manipulating the weather only over Pakistan....The stories are endless and while they are widely accepted the invented myths become as real to the locals as if they would have been given by the government. Lets not forget that there is no free press or media in Pakistan.That makes Pakistani officials standing behind every single word the Pakistani media and press reports......


Mr Lakhvi has been in Pakistani custody since 2008.
Mr Lakhvi was directed to pay surety bonds worth 1m rupees (£6,400) before being released, his lawyer told Reuters.

The lawyer, Raja Rizwan Abbasi, told the PTI news agency that bail had been granted because the "evidence against Lakhvi was deficient".
Prosecutors are considering whether to challenge the ruling.
India, which provided intelligence intercepts which it said proved Laskhar-e Taiba's involvement in the attack, was swift to criticise Mr Lakhvi's release.
Home Minister Rajnath Singh described the granting of bail as "very unfortunate".

He said: "I believe it should not have happened... [The] Pakistan government must appeal against the order at the earliest."

Correspondents say the charges brought against Mr Lakhvi and other suspects held in Pakistan were mainly based on a confession given by the only gunman captured alive after the attacks.

Mohammad Ajmal Amir Qasab was executed in 2012.