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Surviving culprit found guilty in Mumbai attacks

Ajmal Amir Kasab, caught red-handed after the terrorist attacks on Mumbai on Nov. 26, 2008, was found guilty of the murder of 166 Indians and foreigners by a special court in Mumbai Monday, the Times of India reports. Two Indian who were accused as accomplices, Faheem Ansari and Sabauddin Shaikh, were acquitted due to lack of evidence.

Arguments on sentencing will be heard tomorrow, with the prosecution likely to seek the death penalty.

Kasab was convicted on all 86 charges against him. He was found guilty of murder and waging war against the nation, the paper reported, and the judge declared that the plot was hatched in Pakistan.