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    Murder convicts get death penalty, life term

    BAHAWALNAGAR: A murder suspect was sentenced to death while another was given a life term in Bahawalnagar on Thursday. The judgment was announced by Additional Sessions Judge Chaudhry Khalid Mehmood.

    The prosecution told the court that Sajida Bibi, in connivance with her friend Imran, murdered her husband Maqbool a few months back.

    The police registered a case against the culprits and presented the challan before the court.

    After hearing the arguments, the judge handed down a death sentence to Imran. The judge also imposed a fine of Rs0.25 million. The court also awarded life sentence to Sajida Bibi.

    Earlier, a court awarded a death sentence to an accused for his involvement in a murder case in Faisalabad. The judgment was announced by Additional Sessions Judge Asadullah Siraj.

    Accused Fakhar Imam had killed his wife Hina and son Hasnain Ali over a property dispute in 2015.

    The local police registered a case and presented the challan before the court. After hearing the arguments, the judge handed down a death sentence on two counts to Fakhar, along with a fine of Rs0.5 million.

    https://tribune.com.pk/story/1901430...y-life-term-2/
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    Death row convict hanged in Haripur jail

    HARIPUR: A death row convict was hanged in the Haripur Central Jail here on Wednesday morning.

    Chanzeb, a resident of Peshawar, had been awaiting execution since 2006 when Federal Shariat Court had awarded him death penalty for raping and murdering a minor girl who happened to be his sister-in-law in 1996.

    After issuance of his black warrants the jail administration arranged his last meeting with his family on Tuesday. According to jail sources, his execution was carried out at 4.30am amid tight security.

    According to deceased’s last will, his real sister received his body and took it to Peshawar for burial.

    https://www.dawn.com/news/1489214/de...n-haripur-jail
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    Death Row Prisoner Executed At Kot Lakhpat Jail

    A condemned prisoner was executed at Kot Lakhpat Jail here on Wednesday.

    Police said that Muhammad Ashraf had killed three women over matrimonial issue some eighteen years ago.

    Masti Gate police had registered the case against the accused and submitted the challan to court.

    He was sentenced to death in 2017.

    https://www.urdupoint.com/en/pakista...ja-648877.html
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    SC acquits murder convict after 15 years

    The Supreme Court on Monday acquitted murder convict Shafqat Hussain after 15 years, giving him the benefit of the doubt.

    The trial court awarded the capital punishment to Hussain over the murder of Jamil Haider in Jhang district in 2004.

    The Lahore High Court had converted the death sentence into life imprisonment. The convict later challenged the LHC order in the Supreme Court.

    A 3-member bench of the Supreme Court, headed by Chief Justice Asif Saeed Khan Khosa, heard the case through a video link from the Lahore Registry of the Supreme Court.

    During the course of proceedings, the chief justice said that the prosecution had failed to prove the case as it could not justify the presence of witnesses at the place of the incident.

    He said that murder was a big crime but the murder of justice was an even bigger crime.

    After hearing arguments, the court ordered release of the convict, giving him the benefit of the doubt.

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    Former Pakistan President Pervez Musharraf sentenced to death for high treason

    By Helen Regan and Adeel Raja
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    Former Pakistan President and military ruler Pervez Musharraf has been sentenced to death in absentia for high treason following a six-year legal case.

    A three-member special court in Islamabad on Tuesday convicted Musharraf of violating the constitution by unlawfully declaring emergency rule while he was in power, in a case that had been pending since 2013.

    The 76-year-old former leader, who has lived in self-imposed exile in Dubai in the United Arab Emirates for more than three years, has the option to appeal the verdict.

    Musharraf seized power in a military coup in 1999 and ruled Pakistan as President until 2008.

    He was indicted in 2014 on a total of five charges, including three counts of subverting, suspending and changing the country's constitution, firing Pakistan's chief justice, and imposing emergency rule.

    It's the first time in Pakistan's history that an army chief has been tried and found guilty of treason. Under Pakistan's constitution, high treason is a crime that carries the death penalty or life imprisonment.

    The special court ruled on the death sentence by a two to one majority, with one of the three judges not backing the death sentence but agreeing on a conviction.

    Musharraf has been living in Dubai since 2016 after Pakistan's Supreme Court lifted a travel ban allowing him to leave the country to seek medical treatment. From his hospital bed in Dubai earlier this month, the former leader said in a video statement that he was innocent and the treason case was "baseless."

    Musharraf earlier went into exile in 2008, returning to Pakistan in 2013 with the aim of running in the country's national elections. But his plans unraveled as he became entangled in a web of court cases relating to his time in power.

    In 2007, Musharraf declared a state of emergency, suspended Pakistan's constitution, replaced the chief judge and blacked out independent TV outlets.

    Musharraf said he did so to stabilize the country and to fight rising Islamist extremism. The action drew sharp criticism from the United States and democracy advocates. Pakistanis openly called for his removal.

    Under pressure from the West, Musharraf later lifted the state of emergency and called elections in which his party fared badly.

    Musharraf stepped down in August 2008 after the governing coalition began taking steps to impeach him. Prosecutors say Musharraf violated Pakistan's constitution by imposing the state of emergency.

    https://edition.cnn.com/2019/12/17/a...hnk/index.html

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    Pakistani Authorities Seek Reinstatement of Death Penalty in Killing of Wall Street Journal Reporter Daniel Pearl

    ISLAMABADPakistani authorities asked the countrys highest court to reimpose the death penalty for a British national accused of kidnapping and killing Wall Street Journal reporter Daniel Pearl, after a lower court had overturned the 18-year-old murder conviction earlier this month.

    Mr. Pearl was kidnapped in the southern city of Karachi in January 2002 and killed about a week later in a beheading that was videotaped. The crime and trial, which played out in the wake of the September 11 attacks in 2001, came to symbolize...

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    To make it clear, Khalid Sheikh Mohammed confessed to personally beheading American Daniel Pearl who was of Jewish faith in Karachi, Pakistan.

    British national Ahmed Omar Saeed Sheikh was handed down a death sentence and three others Fahad Nasim Ahmed, Syed Salman Saqib and Sheikh Muhammad Adil were given life sentences for their roles.

    https://www.theguardian.com/us-news/...ntion-pakistan
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    Man who beheaded US journalist Daniel Pearl to be freed from Pakistani prison

    By Barnini Chakraborty
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    The British-born man convicted in the 2002 murder of Wall Street Journal reporter Daniel Pearl is likely to walk out of jail a free man this week following a surprising ruling by Pakistan's supreme court.

    The country's high court on Monday refused to overturn a lower court's ruling exonerating the man who kidnapped and killed Pearl, who had been reporting on extremism in Pakistan in the wake of the Sept. 11, 2001 terror attacks in the United States.
    Pearl, who was the WSJ's bureau chief for South Asia, was killed in January 2002.

    His parents Ruth and Judea Pearl filed their petition to Pakistan's top court to hear their appeal after the government of Pakistan also sought reinstatement of the original convictions in the case.

    "We're standing up for justice, not only for our son but for all our dear friends in Pakistan so they can live in a society free of violence and terrorism," Judea Pearl said in an emotional video message on Twitter in May.

    The move to overturn Ahmed Omar Saeed Sheikh's murder conviction and death sentence sparked outrage not only from Pearl's family but from the U.S. government and other media rights organizations around the world.

    While the lower court overturned the most serious offenses against Sheikh, it upheld the kidnapping charge which carried a seven-year sentence.
    Sheikh has been on death row for nearly two decades.

    "For 18 years he hasn't even seen the sun," his lawyer Mahmood Sheikh told Reuters. "He has been in solitary confinement on death row."

    Sheikh and three of his aides, who had been sentenced to life in prison, were acquitted for lack of evidence by the high court in Karachi.

    Pakistani authorities ordered the four men to be kept in detention for three months while the matter was sorted in court. The 90-day detention expires this week.

    The country's supreme court also refused to immediately hear an appeal and instead said they would take up the matter on September 25.

    Last month, Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said of Pearl: "We continue to honor his legacy as a courageous journalist and demand justice for his brutal murder."

    Wall Street Journal publisher Dow Jones also pledged its support for "the Pearl family's efforts in seeking justice for the kidnapping and brutal murder of their son, Daniel Pearl. Danny was a cherished colleague and we will always honor his memory and service."

    Pearl was kidnapped while working on a story about Islamic militants. A videotape received by U.S. diplomats in February of that year confirmed that the 38-year-old was dead.

    He had been beheaded.

    In court testimony and emails released during the 2002 trial, Sheikh said he developed a personal relationship with Pearl before he was kidnapped, with both sharing their concerns about their wives, who were pregnant at the time.
    Marianne Pearl gave birth to their son Adam in May 2002.

    The Pearl Project, an investigative journalism team at Georgetown University, carried out a three-year investigation into Pearl’s kidnapping and death. They concluded the reporter was beheaded by Khalid Sheikh Mohammad, who was arrested in Pakistan in 2003 and later described as the architect of the 9/11 attacks on the United States.

    Mohammad is a prisoner at the U.S. Naval Base at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba.

    “The prosecution’s cases are won or lost not on the basis of emotion, they are won or lost on the basis of evidence and in this case, the prosecution did a woeful job,” said Sheikh, the lawyer. “If Daniel Pearl’s parents have any grievance or complaint it should be against the Pakistani authorities for the prosecution’s failings.”

    Sheikh had been arrested in 1994 by Indian authorities, accused of kidnapping three Britons and an American, who were all freed unharmed, in Indian-ruled Kashmir.

    In 1999, India freed Sheikh and two other militants in exchange for the release of 155 passengers and crew aboard an Indian Airlines plane hijacked to Kandahar, Afghanistan.

    https://www.foxnews.com/world/man-wh...akistan-prison
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