Sunday, April 19, 2009

Fake DNA evidence in Mumbai trial?

Alleged Mumbai terrorists

Ismail Khan, alias Abu Ismail, was reportedly the companion of alleged Mumbai gunman Mohammad Ajmal Amir ‘Kasab’.

DNA samples are being used in evidence.

Reportedly, the DNA samples provided by India for Ajmal and Ismail are identical and there is only a one-in-a-trillion chance of this happening in the case of twins.

"Media reports had said that in a dossier sent to Pakistan the DNA reports of arrested terrorist Mohammed Ajmal Kasab and the slain terrorist Abu Ismail were identical."

(Identical DNA reports 'minor clerical error': Chidambaram / Pakistan asks India to avoid lapses in Mumbai probe )

Reportedly, DNA on a number of items found on board a boat, allegedly used to transport the 'terrorists', matched exactly that of Kasab and his fellow attackers.

(Kasab may have been in Indian custody since 2006 - Terrorism: Ajmal held by India since before 2006 - lawyer)

Reportedly, Ismail 'was killed in the Chowpatty encounter.' (The Hindu : Front Page : Missed 26/11 target: Malabar Hill )

Reportedly, a diary written in Urdu by Abu Ismail details the daily timetable of the 10 gunmen. (Kasab trial: Cops bank on forensic proof )

Abu Ismail Dera Ismail Khan or Ismail Khan is said to be the leader [1] of the 10 terrorrists who are accused of involvement in the November 2008 Mumbai attacks.

He is reported to be 25 years old[2], and was reportedly killed after commandeering a car.

Reportedly, his companion in the car, Ajmal Amir told the police that Ismail was the one who killed Hemant Karkare, Ashok Kamte, and Vijay Salaskar in the attacks.

It all sounds a bit like the Lockerbie Bomb case?

(aangirfan: Police chief- Lockerbie evidence was faked)


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