Mumbai terrorist suprise guilty plea
The surviving terrorist gunman of the Mumbai attacks, where a Chabad rabbi and his wife were among the murdered, has made a surprise confession at his trial.
Mohammed Ajmal Kasab, 21, shocked the court, including his own defence lawyer, when he changed from his original ‘not guilty’, telling them he wanted to confess.
The November attacks, which lasted three days, killed 166 people and specifically targeted the Jewish centres are said to have been financed by an Islamist Pakistani group.
Kasab was implicated in the attack on the Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus, Mumbai’s main train station, where 50 people died.