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"Hindu terror" Eidolon
<!--QuoteBegin-Mudy+Nov 18 2008, 04:33 PM-->QUOTE(Mudy @ Nov 18 2008, 04:33 PM)<!--QuoteEBegin--><b>I was beaten day and night, says Pragyan</b>
link is with text.

I am horrified, ATS and Congress party is sick b@***8d

Inyaan puleesh great display of manhood. Beating women while Muslims are bursting bombs like diwali crackers. [edited] Stupid worthless scum.
Commendation Letters of Lt-Col Prasad Srikant Purohit

Is Lieutenent Colonel Prasad Purohit a talented officer or a radical extremist?

So far the headlines have only has suggested the latter. But his family has now made public details of Purohit’s record in his defense.

Commendation Letter from ATS

# Perhaps the most embarrasing for investigators is a letter from the Anti-Terrorism Squad itself. Sent in September 2005, it is signed by K P Raghuvanshi, the then Deputy Commissioner of Police. It commends Purohit for a training programme.

Commendation Letter from 15 Marathas Light Infantry

# A confidential letter from the officiating commanding officer of the 15 Marathas Light Infantry commending his role in a live encounter with infiltrating terrorists along the Line of Control in February 2001.

Commendation Letter from Rashtriya Rifles

# A commendation letter from Rashtriya Rifles in May 2002 for his service during the the visit of the PM to HQ 28 infantry division.

Commendation Letter 68 Mountain Brigade

# A commendation letter from Brig Prakash Menon, headquarters, 68 Mountain Brigade, sent in May 2002 for killing 2 foreign terrorists.

Commendation Letter Station HQ, Deolali

# A commendation letter from Brig A K Garg, Station Commander, Station headquarters Deolali, in October 2002 calling him a dedicated and forthright officer.

Commendation Letter from Nashik Commissioner

# Letter from Himanshu Roy, Commissioner of Police, Nashik in November 2006 for the assistance and cooperation between Nashik Police and military intelligence for over a year and a half.

Lieutenent Colonel Prasad Purohit’s wife Aparna Purohit says these medals and letters are evidence of Purohit’s dedication to the country. “I am very upset that these politicians are getting involved. I am sure the law will take its course and he will come out clean,” she says.

I am sure Sam Maneckshaw was really a terrorist too...heads up, IBN!!

<b>PM clarifies Centre’s stand on Malegaon to Advani</b><!--QuoteBegin-->QUOTE<!--QuoteEBegin-->Mr Advani told the prime minister that the contents of the affidavit filed by Pragya Singh had compelled him to make the statement. He said it was a serious matter if her allegations about torture were true.

The prime minister’s outreach clearly indicates an anxiety in the ruling side over the political cost of the Malegaon attack getting branded as ‘Hindu terror.’ <span style='font-size:14pt;line-height:100%'>The BJP has seized upon the Congress brief room’s wisdom of the subject to build a campaign that there was a concerted attempt to malign the majority community. All this is happening in the midst of efforts by a section of the ruling side to ‘whitewash’ jihadi crimes. The government is routinely confronted with demands for providing legal aid to terror suspects and protection for arrested people. </span>

Sources in the government said the NSA will attempt to drive home the point that the investigation into the Malegaon blast was not politically calibrated. “The NSA will try to impress Mr Advani that it is not a concocted case.”

<b>The government leaders, at the same time, concede that the hype over ‘Hindu terror’ was complicating matters. The state governments such as Haryana made matters worse by claiming that it will question Malegaon accused Lt Col Shrikant Prasad Puroshit for his possible role in the Samjhauta blasts. The ATS also made similar attempts. The ATS chief had to finally clarify that no such probe was on.</b>

But the prime minister’s intervention is unlikely to bring the temperature down as his own party is using the issue to blunt the BJP’s soft on terror charge. With campaign underway for state assemblies, the two sides will not throttle their respective attacks<!--QuoteEnd--><!--QuoteEEnd-->

Where is Volcker investigation?
Who can trust NSA or any organisation headed by greedy Babus who are serving Sonia not India?

<b>Violation of human rights, dignity & reputation of Sadhvi Pragya & others</b>

A delegation of 81 eminent citizens comprising retired army officers, retired police officers, lawyers, media persons and social workers today marched to the office of the National Human Rights Commission and presented a petition seeking enquiry into the violation of human rights of Sadhvi Pragya and others accused in the Malegaon blast case.

Led by former Punjab Director General of Police, Mr. K.P.S. Gill, the delegation met Justice G.P. Mathur, Member, NHRC and presented a memorandum.

Mr. Gill told the Commission that prima facie a gross violation of human rights has taken place as Sadhvi Pragya was illegally detained for nearly 13 days; physically assaulted and mentally tortured in police custody with no female police officers present; robbed of her dignity by officers who questioned her chastity; interrogated and transferred from one place to another without the presence of female police officers; and worst of all, denied access to her family and lawyers.

The delegation expressed astonishment that despite the affidavit of Sadhvi Pragya being widely covered in the media, and even published in its entirety in one newspaper, the Commission had taken no notice of the case. Justice Mathur assured that the Commission would study the memorandum and follow the due process in the matter.

Other members of the delegation included Mr Balbir Punj, MP Rajya Sabha; Mrs. Nancy Kaul; Brig R.B. Sharma; Mr. Praful Goradia, former MP; Prof. J.S. Rajput; Prof. Makkhan Lal; Mr. K.N. Govindacharya; Mr. Kanchan Gupta, Mr. Jay Bhattacharjee; Mrs. Meenakshi Lekhi, Mr. Rajesh Gogna, Mr. Tarun Vijay, Mr. R. Balashankar; Mr Deepak Rath; Mrs. Jaya Jaitly; Mr. K.R. Phanda and Ms. Sandhya Jain.

Later, a smaller group visited the National Commission for Women and presented a similar petition demanding intervention in the violation of human rights and illegal detention of Sadhvi Pragya, on the basis of her sworn affidavit in a Nashik court.

A copy of the petition to the NCW is attached below.

21 November 2008
Dr. Girija Vyas
National Commission for Women
4 Deen Dayal Upadhyay Marg
New Delhi 110001.

Sub: Violation of human rights, dignity & reputation of Sadhwi Pragyan Singh Thakur

Dear Madam,

We the undersigned citizens of India are appalled by the gross abuse of Sadhvi Pragyan Singh Thakur’s human rights, dignity, civil liberties, and reputation, by the Maharashtra Anti-Terrorism Squad.

We are extremely disturbed about the cavalier fashion in which the ATS ignored the law of the land and various judgements of the Hon’ble Supreme Court while inquiring into allegations against Sadhwi Pragyan Singh Thakur and others who have been arrested and are, since 20 November 2008, being held under MCOCA after repeatedly seeking and securing their remand on charges for which no evidence has as yet been put forward.

Sadhwi Pragyan Singh Thakur submitted a sworn affidavit in the Nashik court on 17 November 2008. Prima facie the affidavit reveals serious violations of her rights and those of others named in her statement.

Some points that should be of concern to the National Commission for Women include:

1. She was illegally detained for 10 days and shifted from one place to another.
2. She was physically assaulted and mentally tortured in custody.
3. She was robbed of her dignity by the ATS which questioned her chastity.
4. No female police officers were present during her interrogation and transfer from one place to another.
5. She was denied the right to contact her family and her lawyer.

So immense was her trauma that she even contemplated committing suicide. She was subjected to narco-analysis and brain-mapping tests without her consent; these methods of interrogation are used to make accused persons incriminate themselves, and they were continued even though they repeatedly failed to achieve this objective.

A copy of her affidavit is attached to this petition. We have also attached a copy of The Pioneer, published from New Delhi, dated November 19, 2008, which has reproduced the text of the affidavit.

We believe the National Commission for Women should inquire into the issues raised in the affidavit, especially as Sadhwi Pragyan Singh Thakur and others have been detained under MCOCA. Not to do so would be to deny her right to liberty, dignity, and reputation to which she and other accused are entitled.

Thanking you
Yours sincerely

(The undersigned citizens of India)
^ important

<!--QuoteBegin-ramana+Nov 20 2008, 01:05 AM-->QUOTE(ramana @ Nov 20 2008, 01:05 AM)<!--QuoteEBegin-->Even the Rakshas had female guards in the Ashoka vana. Looks like something very demonic is going on in the ATS and the secular world in India.

Well, napuMsaka ATS is free from guilt on this count... in Hindu POV eunuch are considered female too...
<!--QuoteBegin-Viren+Nov 20 2008, 04:12 AM-->QUOTE(Viren @ Nov 20 2008, 04:12 AM)<!--QuoteEBegin--><!--QuoteBegin-ramana+Nov 19 2008, 04:41 PM--><div class='quotetop'>QUOTE(ramana @ Nov 19 2008, 04:41 PM)<!--QuoteEBegin-->This episode in French history is athte back of my mind as I heard of Lt Col Purohit.

A Hindu Dreyfus affair?

<!--QuoteEnd--><!--QuoteEEnd-->[right][snapback]90418[/snapback][/right]<!--QuoteEnd--></div><!--QuoteEEnd--><i>Quoi</i>? A discussion of l'Affaire Dreyfus and no mention of there having been a very christian cause to his predicament (wherever there is malice, there is christianism after all...). I see that there was also a wiki link posted and that it of course contains a whitewashed history - <i>yet again</i> (christo-archive).

<!--QuoteBegin-->QUOTE<!--QuoteEBegin-->The Pious Traitors Of Belgium And France
How The Preaching Of Peace Fizzled Out, And Why
By <b>Joseph McCabe</b>
Edited by E. Haldeman-Julius

The affaire Dreyfus is generally forgotten -- the attempt of Catholic military men and politicians in the last century to make a scapegoat of an innocent Jew, foiled by Zola and the anti-Catholic politicians -- ....<!--QuoteEnd--><!--QuoteEEnd-->
<!--QuoteBegin-->QUOTE<!--QuoteEBegin-->In France the Jewish officer Alfred Dreyfus (commonly known today as the "Dreyfus Affair") was framed as a spy by conservative Christians, some of who never acknowledged his innocence. Eventually Dreyfus was pardoned and he was decorated with the "Legion of Honour."

When Drefus was found guilty at the first court martial a storm of anti Jewish propaganda was unleashed by the powerful anti - Semitic Christian forces that existed at that time. The "Dreyfus Affair" (made into a movie) soon became an important public issue in France. Right wing political elements, the Army, and the Roman Catholic Church upheld the verdict of the court martial and declared him guilty. Many Liberals and intellectuals denounced the right wing elements, the army, and the Catholic Church.<!--QuoteEnd--><!--QuoteEEnd-->Catholic church, fascists to the end.
K.Ram's post 144 above very important.

3 posts. I find this is relevant here - may become clear why I think so in the next two posts. (This one is continued from the following in the christoterrorism thread.)

Post 1/3
<!--QuoteBegin-Husky+Nov 20 2008, 06:11 PM-->QUOTE(Husky @ Nov 20 2008, 06:11 PM)<!--QuoteEBegin--><b>Summary - Graham Staines:</b>
1. Was staying illegally in India on a long expired visa. That would make him a serious criminal in any country.
(Australian christoterrorist Staines of course was not unique in this. Here's another example of how the christogovt enabled a Canadian christoterrorist to overstay on a 'business visa', who'd been missionising for 9 years, without deporting him: Missionary floutes visa rules to carry on with conversions)
2. Was in illegal possession of a gun in India and fired several shots into a crowd
3. Was a rapist according to the witness of a convert to christianism
4. His character was that of a typically mean-spirited and spiteful christian: hateful about others' Gods and inciting his converts to attack Hindus.
5. Was indulging in illegal conversion activities, which the missionary organisation he was working for - it being a typical criminal=christian organisation - would not provide details of to the Indian courts investigating Staines' murder. So the courts had to obtain these from Staines' own dispatches.
<b>Rabindra Kumar Pal "Dara Singh": sentenced for Graham Staines murder</b>
He protected and saved cows and was specifically *requested* by Orissa Hindus to come and protect them from christian terrorism. See post 234 of the christoterrorism - 5 thread for why they needed protection from christian terrorists: because the law was not protecting them and their children, nor giving them justice when they had been terribly victimised.

1. http://www.christianaggression.org/item_di...S&id=1098596482
<!--QuoteBegin-->QUOTE<!--QuoteEBegin--><b>Hindu-Isai not bhai-bhai in Orissa</b>
On the face of it, the Christian preachers appear to have chosen the wrong occasion and place to sell their spiritual ware as Durga puja happens to be one of the most sacred festivals of the Hindus. Moreover, in Mayurbhanj, Hindutva has acquired a special edge since the arrest of Dara Singh alias Rabindra Kumar Pal in connection with the murder of Australian missionary, Graham Stuart Staines.

<b>While Dara may a villain the eyes of the Christians, he is the hero of the majority community in the Mayurbhanj-Keonjhar belt where he is seen as the protector of faith.</b><!--QuoteEnd--><!--QuoteEEnd-->
2. http://www.christianaggression.org/item_di...S&id=1117614519
<!--QuoteBegin-->QUOTE<!--QuoteEBegin--><b>Who Killed Australian Missionary Graham Staines?</b>

Posted June 1, 2005
<b>Arun Shourie</b>
Voice of Dharma

On the face of it, the report of the Wadhwa Commission on the murder of the Australian missionary Graham Staines and his two sons should have been very welcome to our secular friends. Justice Wadhwa has concluded that the main person who organised the attack was Rabindra Kumar Pal alias Dara Singh, and that his motive in doing so was "misplaced fundamentalism", namely his conviction that conversions by missionaries were threatening Hinduism. He also records evidence to the effect that Dara Singh had been involved in an activity which, in the eyes of secularists, is as deplorable as an activity can get: <b>protection of cows from slaughter.</b>

But no, the secularists are all in rage. "A stained report," "A whitewash," "A politically tutored report" -- they have been shouting. Justice Wadhwa has failed the litmus test: if only he had included a sentence -- a single sentence! -- imputing -- howsoever obliquely -- that Dara Singh was in some way affiliated to some organization that can be linked to the RSS or the BJP, what applause would have greeted the Report!

But the Judge has stuck to evidence. Hence the fury! For our friends, a Commission of Inquiry is credible only if it is useful!

In fact, the Report is instructive on many counts. Not to heed them is to condemn the country to further problems.

Several witnesses testified to Dara Singh's involvement in the crime -- in preparing for it, in executing it. Justice Wadhwa is in doubt that Dara Singh was the prime mover. To fly off in rage at Dara Singh, and feel that one has done one's duty is to miss the point.
(Other news articles, see the following post, reveal what the courts actually thought about "the evidence" against Dara.)

There are several important pointers. Several witnesses testified that <b>Dara Singh had been engaged in rescuing cows that were being transported for slaughter. He had been trying to get the State to enforce the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals laws. This activity was taken, even by the police, to be "anti-Muslim" activity.</b> <b>Dara Singh was accordingly implicated in cases filed by persons engaged in transporting and selling cows for slaughter. That is as far as the consequences for Dara Singh under the law are concerned.</b> The effect on the people was the exact opposite. Witness-29, who testified that he had been asked by Dara Singh to accompany him to Manoharpur, told the Commission, "Dara Singh is a very popular figure in the village as he forcibly frees cows from the people who take them for selling. After freeing the cows, Dara Singh distributes the cows among the villagers...."

<b>Cows are revered by Hindus. The man trying to save them becomes an outlaw in the eyes of the police, and a hero in the eyes of the people. Two lessons in that.</b>

On the other hand, Staines and his associates are left free to go on converting Hindus to Christianity. There is no evidence that Staines himself resorted to fraud, force or allurement. Even so, tensions mount because of conversions. Staines' own despatches testify to this. But our institutions -- the Minorities Commission and the police being representative in this regard -- even in retrospect assert the fiction that there was no tension between Christians and non-Christians.
(While there's perhaps no evidence that Staines used fraud/force/allurement to convert, there *is* evidence that his presence in India was illegal, that he owned a gun (and witnesses saw him shoot into the crowd before he got torched), <i>and</i> there's testimony from a christian convert woman that Graham Staines tried to rape her. See top of this post for the links)

The second clue is provided by the evidence of a key witness, one whose testimony contributes most to nailing the involvement of Dara Singh. He is one Dipu Das. He was a close associate of Dara Singh. He revealed to the Commission that <b>"youth from Gayalmunda and Bhalughera had approached Dara Singh sometime in August 1998 to stop the Christians from converting Hindus to Christianity...."</b>

That is the key lesson: if the State is going to persist with double-standards in regard to the sentiments of Hindus and non-Hindus on the one hand, and with a deliberate shutting of eyes on the other, it is paving the way for such crimes.<!--QuoteEnd--><!--QuoteEEnd-->So we learn that Dara's major crimes were
1. to protect the cows from slaughter and that he was trying to get the State to enforce the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals laws
2. to come to the aid of the Hindus of Orissa who'd requested him to protect them and their communities from the christian terrorists.

But what about Dara's "nefarious" involvement in the sensational murder of Graham Staines? It was he who burnt Staines and his two kids, right? Isn't that what the CBI (prosecution) said? Isn't that what the media said? Didn't the courts sentence him after all? Justice was carried out, yeah? All's good in the world - the bad guys languishing in prison, the good guys living it up - we can all go to sleep easy.

(Cont. in next post)
K.Ram's post 144 above very important

Post 2/3
Court Case against Dara Singh
<b>Summary of news articles below</b>
There were 13 accused in the Staines murder case. 10 of these 13 accused were released because the evidence against them was no evidence at all. The 11th (Dipu Das) was acquitted from Staines' murder as well, but the CBI pinned the murder of another christo, Arul Doss, on him.

In the Staines murder line up, only 2 remained: Dara Singh and one Mahendra Hembrum were sentenced in the end.

<i><b>What should interest every heathen however, is the following - excerpts from the actual news articles follow after:</b></i>
1. Courts acquitted 11 of the 13 because said the courts "the nature of evidence is absolutely weak and on the basis of such speculative evidence, it is not possible to hold any of the accused guilty for criminal conspiracy". About Dara Singh, they said the evidence against him was the same! "Evidence against the accused including Dara Singh" were "of identical nature". Consequently, that "No justification is available from the evidence in record to single out Dara Singh for convicting him".
2. CBI investigation was seriously dubious:
Courts said “We cannot accept the investigation to be an impartial one” about the way the prosecution (CBI) side conducted the investigation.
Courts noted that CBI had tortured at least one of the accused to get confessions.
Courts noted that the CBI had cheated in getting their eyewitness testimony: the courts essentially said the Test Identification parade was rigged by the Christian Bureau of Inquisition, CBI.
3. Dara Singh on 11 May 2005 was still accused in the murder of another christo (Arul Doss) and an islami.
On May 28th, the CBI et al had shifted the blame for these murders onto Dipu Das instead, since by that time they already had Dara where they wanted him and they no doubt wanted this Hindu 'Dipu' out of the way too.
4. The CBI was not pleased when the lack of real evidence against Dara meant the courts overturned his death sentence and gave him life imprisonment instead. Because a dead Dara can't talk and a live Dara had something else to say. CBI tried to get the Supreme Court to go back on HC and give Dara a death sentence, on the grounds that it was a special case "because the motive was communal".
5. Most interestingly for a heathen reader, Dara Singh himself says he is innocent: that he was never at the scene, that his presence at the murder site was only *presumed* because the people who'd gathered there shouted their slogans in his name.
Next to that, he was not allowed to even speak to his lawyer or his brother thanks to christoterrorism having prevailed on his jailors. In his incarceration, Dara was fettered, not given any water or access to toilet facilities. He asked for free communication with the media, water and toilet facilities and to be released from the *shackles* on his feet. Compare this to how the *proven* islamaniac terrorist Mohammed Afzal, who plotted the islamic terrorist attack on Parliament, gets his halaal islamic delicatessen sent to him in his comfortable jail quarters. And how the entire christomedia and crypto-christo brigade of India has been championing Afzal's cause of "Freedom From Justice", while they naturally ignored Dara Singh the heathen. Still, Afzal wants to die because he can't be shaheed, cooped up in prison as he is (he wanted to make islamaniac martyr, but christoterrorists' campaigning for Christoislamic Human Rights Only prevented it).

The above summarises the following news articles (archived at http://christianaggression.org ):

<b>1. The "evidence" against Dara Singh</b>
First, 11 of 13 acquited:
<!--QuoteBegin-->QUOTE<!--QuoteEBegin-->Eleven of the 13 convicts were set free by the High Court while it struck down the death sentence of Dara Singh, prime accused in the case.<!--QuoteEnd--><!--QuoteEEnd--> http://www.christianaggression.org/item_di...S&id=1124391931
<!--QuoteBegin-->QUOTE<!--QuoteEBegin-->Along with Dara Singh, another person called Mahendra Hembram was convicted in the case. <b>The high court had acquitted 11 others who were awarded life imprisonment by the trial court in the case.</b><!--QuoteEnd--><!--QuoteEEnd-->
Now comes the evidence against Dara, and the way the CBI/prosecution cheated its way through the investigation (torture, forced confessions, tampered with witness identification - the usual christian methods for obtaining 'evidence'):
<!--QuoteBegin-->QUOTE<!--QuoteEBegin--><b>Staines murder case: HC sets aside Dara’s death</b>
Posted May 19, 2005
Thursday May 19 2005 10:40 IST
The Orissa High Court on Thursday set aside the death sentence of Rabindra Kumar Pal alias Dara Singh and commuted it to life imprisonment in the triple murder case of Australian missionary Graham Stuart Staines and his two minor sons.

Delivering the judgement in a packed court room, a division bench of the High Court comprising Chief Justice Sujit Barman Roy and Justice Laxmikanta Mohapatra acquitted 11 others while maintaining the life imprisonment of Mahendra Hembrum.

<b>“The prosecution (CBI) has not proved beyond reasonable doubt so far their identification is concerned. Their (appellants) conviction and sentences by the trial court cannot be sustained,” the bench observed in a 110-page judgement.</b>

Those who were acquitted by the court include Dayanidhi Patra, Umakanta Bhoi, Kartik Lohar, Rabi Soren, Mahadeb Mahanta, Thuram Ho, Renta Hembrum, Suresh Hansda, Surath Naik, Harischandra Mahanta and Rajat Kumar Das.

The trial court had awarded capital punishment to Dara Singh while handing out life imprisonment to 12 others on September 22, 2003. <span style='font-size:14pt;line-height:100%'>“Evidence against the accused including Dara Singh being of identical nature, they are all equally responsible for the triple murder. <b>No justification is available from the evidence in record to single out Dara Singh for convicting him</b> under Section 302 of IPC,” the court observed. “There is <b>absolutely no evidence on record that due to individual act of Dara alone</b>, the three deceased persons or any of them died. No particular fatal injuries to any of the deceased has been attributed to Dara Singh.</span>

<b>Therefore, Dara Singh cannot be held individually liable for the triple murder, but he can be liable vicariously along with others by invoking Section 149 of IPC,” the bench observed.</b>

<b>With regard to the charge of conspiracy, the court said, “We are sorry to say that the nature of evidence is absolutely weak and on the basis of such speculative evidence, it is not possible to hold any of the accused guilty for criminal conspiracy under Section 120 (B) of IPC. Therefore, the conviction and sentences of the appellants under section 120 (B) cannot be sustained and must be quashed.”</b>

Indicating various shortcomings in the investigation with regard to the identification of the miscreants and procuring the confessional statements, the court observed, “We cannot accept the investigation to be an impartial one.”

<b>In a virtual stricture to the central investigating agency of the country, the court observed, “There are circumstances to show that the confessional statements of Umakanta Bhoi must have been secured by coercion, duress and threat.”

The court also took exception to the manner in which the test identification (TI) parade was conducted by the CBI. One of the CBI officers who also is a prosecution witness admitted in his evidence that he had shown the photograph of Bhoi to one Mathai Marandi seven days before the TI parade.</b><!--QuoteEnd--><!--QuoteEEnd-->This smaller experiment on Dara Singh is not unlike the later one on Sadhvi, Purohit, Upadhyay, Hindoo Community At Large et al.

<!--QuoteBegin-->QUOTE<!--QuoteEBegin-->The court had held that there was absolutely no evidence on record that due to Dara Singh's individual act alone, the three or any of them had died and had quashed the death sentence imposed on him.<!--QuoteEnd--><!--QuoteEEnd-->In other words, they have no evidence at all that he set the place they were staying in on fire. That's the sum total of the evidence they have against him. They had nothing at all on the other 11 accused - the courts said the evidence against them was "absolutely weak" and could not be used to convict them, and they also admitted that their evidence against Dara was of "identical nature" to what CBI had against the others accused-then-acquitted. Who knows what they have on Mahendra Hembrum - it can hardly be near the 'amount of evidence' they have on Dara, since the media kept/keeps saying Dara did it! And likewise, CBI (see 2 below) was peculiarly after getting Dara sentenced to death, not Hembrum.

2. <b>The CBI wanted the Supreme Court's life imprisonment sentence for Dara Singh to be reverted to the death penalty. </b>"Because", said CBI, this is a special case - because, said the CBI, "the motive of the murder was *communal*". (And special communal cases warrant more Death than unspecial 'uncommunal' cases like christomaoists and christoterrorists murdering Hindu Swami Lakshmanananda, or christoterrorist militants of NLFT murdering Hindu Swami Shanti Tripura).
In other words, christoCBI is saying: "Oh who cares about whether Dara is innocent, just kill him already. He's a Hindoo, the dead dude is an Australian christian. Jeebusjehovallah wants blood."
<b>CBI = christian board of inquisition, not Central Bureau of Investigation (or whatever it used to be called).</b>

<!--QuoteBegin-->QUOTE<!--QuoteEBegin--><b>Favouring Australian Missionary, CBI Steps in Staines Case</b>
Posted September 5, 2005
PTI [ MONDAY, AUGUST 29, 2005 08:00:36 PM ]

In a rare case, <b>CBI moved the Supreme Court challenging the Orissa High court's order to reduce capital punishment to life imprsonment for Dara Singh</b> who burnt alive Australian Missionary Graham Staines <b>and pressed for his death penalty.</b>

In a Special Leave Petition filed before the apex court, CBI described it as "rarest of the rare case" <b><i>because the motive was communal</i></b>, two small children were killed, and the killing was done by roasting them alive and the accused persons disregarded their pleas to come out of the vehicle, CBI sources said.

<b><i>Therefore</i>,</b> the CBI pressed for re-imposition of capital punishment on Dara Singh, the sources said.

Graham Stuart Staines, an Australan missionary who ran a leprosy home at Baripada in Mayurbhanj district, and his two minor sons Philip (11) and Timothy (8) were asleep in their station wagon at Manoharpur village in Keonjhar district on the night of January 22, 1999, when a crowd surrounded them and set the vehicle ablaze killing all three.

A sessions court had sentenced Dara Singh to death and 11 ohers to life imprisonment but the order was set aside by Orrisa High Court in May this year which converted the death sentence of Dara into a lifer and acquitted 11 others.

CBI challenged the judgment based on the legal points contending the High Court did not consider them in giving its order. <!--QuoteEnd--><!--QuoteEEnd-->
<!--QuoteBegin-->QUOTE<!--QuoteEBegin--><b>Staines case: SC admits pleas by Singh, CBI</b>
Posted October 19, 2005
Wednesday, October 19, 2005 23:58 IST
Daily News & Analysis India

The Supreme Court on Wednesday admitted the cross-appeals filed by Ravinder Pal Singh, alias Dara Singh, against his conviction and life sentence and the CBI seeking capital punishment for him in the murder of Australian missionary Graham Staines and his two minor sons.

The appeals against the judgment of the Orissa high court were admitted by a bench comprising Justice Ashok Bhan and Justice Altamas Kabir, which took exception to CBI arguments which were not mentioned in the Special Leave Petition (SLP) filed by it.

When the CBI counsel advanced some reasons for setting aside the high court verdict acquitting 11 accused in the case, the bench said he was referring to the reasons which are not part of the SLP. “Are you reading extra papers which are not in the SLP?” the Bench asked the counsel and said it has only to see the reasons given for acquittal by the high court and it is for the agency to show how it was against the law. The high court on May 19 had set aside Dara’s death sentence for the murder of Staines and his two minor sons — Philip (10) and Timothy (6) — but had upheld life imprisonment on him for being part of an unlawful assembly that burnt them alive.

Along with Dara, another person, Mahendra Hembram, was convicted in the case. However, the high court had acquitted 11 others, who were awarded life terms by the trial court in the case that had sparked worldwide outrage in 1999. The high court had held that there was absolutely no evidence on record that due to the individual act of Dara Singh, the three persons or any of them died and had quashed the capital punishment for him.

<b>Pointing out loopholes in the evidence, the high court had said it was “risky” and “dangerous” to convict so many accused <span style='font-size:12pt;line-height:100%'>on the basis of speculative evidence of a witness who did not disclose the matter to anyone except a CBI officer five months after the incident.</span></b>

The trial court had convicted 13 accused, including Dara Singh, under Section 302 (murder) read with 149 (every member of an unlawful assembly guilty of crime) of the Indian Penal Code and had awarded life imprisonment to them. The court had awarded death sentence to Dara by finding him guilty under a separate charge under Section 302.

<b>Dara</b>, whose death penalty was commuted into life imprisonment by the high court, <b>contended that his conviction was merely upheld on the basis of presumption of his presence at the site of incident as the mob was shouting slogans in his name.</b> CBI has sought the re-imposition of death sentence for Dara terming the case as rarest of rare.<!--QuoteEnd--><!--QuoteEEnd-->
K.Ram's post 144 above very important

Post 3/3 (there's a summary of this post at the start of #148)
3. <b>Dara Singh: professes his innocence.</b> Says he wasn't even present. Says the only evidence against him is from the angry people who were present who shouted his name (makes sense they'd yell his name when he had become their hero/protector in defending them from christoterrorism).

<!--QuoteBegin-->QUOTE<!--QuoteEBegin--><b>Dara Moves Supreme Court Against Conviction</b>
Posted August 18, 2005
New Delhi
August 16, 2005 6:45:16 PM IST

Dara Singh, awarded life imprisonment for the murder of Australian missionary Graham Staines and his two minor sons, Tuesday moved the Supreme Court challenging his conviction and sentence.

<b>Dara Singh</b>, whose death penalty was commuted to life imprisonment by the Orissa High Court, <b>said in his special leave petition (SLP) that his conviction was merely upheld on the basis of presumption of his presence at the site of the murder as the mob was shouting slogans in his name.</b>

The SLP sought quashing of the high court judgment and his being set at <b>liberty</b>.

He said since his conviction was solely on the basis of mere presumption, it was contrary to the principles of criminal justice and devoid of law.

The high court had on May 19 set aside Rabindra Pal Singh alias Dara Singh's death sentence, but slapped life imprisonment on him for being part of an unlawful assembly that burnt Staines and his two sons alive.
The court had held that there was absolutely no evidence on record that due to Dara Singh's individual act alone, the three or any of them had died and had quashed the death sentence imposed on him.<!--QuoteEnd--><!--QuoteEEnd-->

4. <b>Dara Singh not allowed to meet his brother OR his lawyer.</b> Tormented in prison. Asked for better conditions: proper food, access to bathroom and granting of water (he had neither), removal of the shackles on his feet - and asked for access to the Media. He is so woefully mistreated, he goes on a fast to death.
Why would Dara want access to the media, of all things? Because he wants to set the record about himself straight, of course. That's because he imagined the media did not have any religious affiliation - he imagined they would not be as biased as his jailors, prosecutors and convictors were in sentencing and mistreating him.
<!--QuoteBegin-->QUOTE<!--QuoteEBegin--><b>Dara Singh to fast until death</b>
By Bibhuti Mishra in Bhubaneswar Wednesday, 11 May , 2005 Sify.com
Dara who was awarded death sentence on September 15 2003 has gone on appeal to the High Court. He is also being tried in a few other cases such as murder of Catholic father Arul Doss in Jamubani, killing of Muslim garment trader Shaikh Rehman and burning of a truck carrying buffaloes and killing its cleaner in Godabhanga. The cases are being heard at the court of Mayurbhanj District Judge.
(In later news, of May 28, Dipu Das would be the one accused of the murders of Arul Doss and Shaikh Rehman. See below. After all, there were enough dead of the christoislamic "More Equal Than Others" variety to pin their murders on more than one of the Less Equals=Hindus.)
Dara Singh began his fast unto death at Baripada jail from midday on Tuesday after presenting a four-point charter of demands. He has demanded better water supply, toilet facilities, <b>free communication with media</b> and removal of the shackles on his feet.
<b>Dara</b> has further complained that the food given to him is of low quality and the shackles hurt. He has charged the <span style='font-size:14pt;line-height:100%'>jail authorities of not allowing him to meet his brother and the lawyer who came from Delhi recently.</span><!--QuoteEnd--><!--QuoteEEnd-->
Since christoterrorism already got Dara out of the way using Staines' death, I'd not be surprised to find that CBI thought Dipu Das could be taken down for the deaths of christo Arul Doss and islami Shaikh Rehman (previously they'd accused Dara in these - they were obviously betting on all the horses that could get them Dara):
<!--QuoteBegin-->QUOTE<!--QuoteEBegin-->Rajat Kumar Das alias Dipu, who was also acquitted by the High Court, would not be released as he was facing trial in two other murder cases -- those of catholic priest Arul Doss at Jamubani village and of Muslim trader Shaikh Rehman at Padiabeda weekly market.<!--QuoteEnd--><!--QuoteEEnd-->
<!--QuoteBegin-->QUOTE<!--QuoteEBegin--><b>Dara Singh's fast enters third day</b>

Posted May 15, 2005
Chennai Online
Baripada (Orissa), May 12 2005

The indefinite hunger strike launched by Dara Singh, sentenced to death in the sensational Graham Staines murder case, in the Circle Jail here entered the third day today even as his trial in a local court in another case could not be taken up.
Dara has been on an indefinite fast since Tuesday protesting against poor quality food <b>and demanding access to the media.</b>
Government doctors conducted examination of the convict's health condition yesterday evening and today morning in the jail.
Dara, also known as Ravindra Kumar Pal, complained that <span style='font-size:14pt;line-height:100%'>he was being fettered and had no water or toilet facilities in the jail.</span><!--QuoteEnd--><!--QuoteEEnd-->Besides the similarities with the cases of Sadhvi, Purohit, Upadhyay and other Hindus charged with Hindoo terrorism - in terms of the
- torture,
- not being allowed to see lawyer or family (Sadhvi and Dara)
- fake confessions extracted (or alleged confessions) - Umakanta Bhoi and Purohit,
- hyper-motivated investigation by ATS into Hindu Terriers and that of CBI in Dara's case,
- trumped up allegations based on the flimsiest evidence and unlikeliest testimony of 'witnesses' (like the basis on which CBI wanted all 13 accused in the Staines' murder case to be convicted: the testimony "speculative evidence" of a witness "who did not disclose the matter to anyone except a CBI officer five months after the incident" as the courts summarised the situation)
- constant spinning of other charges against the accused when they find there's no evidence for the primary accusations
- christomedia's deafening silence in presenting the Hindu accused's sides, but its loud premature (predetermined) condemnation of their alleged crimes. E.g. no first-hand statements from Purohit to the public are presented, media only reported 2nd hand info from ATS on the alleged confessions of Purohit. Just like Dara Singh's own confession of innocence was almost entirely ignored.
- ATS trying to kill Purohit, just as CBI wanted the courts to kill Dara Singh

Besides all the above similarities, there is another one, with a different case of christoterrorism versus the Hindoo. Look at the maltreatment in prison of Dara Singh, defender of cows and Hindus and claimant to innocence in the murder of Staines. The vegetarian Kanchi Shankaracharya was expressly given only meat products by the christian 'police' (who also tortured him in custody) when he was incarcerated by christianism <i>for yet another murder falsely foisted onto a Hindu</i>. Note how there was no evidence against Kanchi Shankaracharya either. Though he is free now, the christolying govt will not retract their false charges against him and this is precisely what christoism intends should go into christo archive of rewritten history. They framed the Kanchi Acharya for character assassination purposes. But the christo govt is able to perpetrate more onto Dara Singh - a more obscure Hindu, not having the religious recognition of the Kanchi Swami. Dara is given life imprisonment (and was initially going to be given a death sentence, and would have been had CBI succeeded in their push for one). The other difference between the two situations is that christos foisted a murder of a *white* *christian* onto Dara Singh. Whereas they were only able to dump allegations of the murder of a 'native' onto Kanchi Shankaracharya.

<b>The <i>Christian</i> Inquisition of Hindus.</b>
- The case against Dara et al was entirely christian. Christoterrorists needed a fall guy and who better to get rid of than an anti-conversion Hindoo who protected the cows - cows like the ones Staines fed to his christian converts (such as the convert woman Staines tried to assault).
CBI tried to get him dead because, to villains, an innocent person wrongly imprisoned is more dangerous than a guilty man walking freely about (which would be Mohammed Afzal if christoislamaniacs could have their way).
- christian too, was the media's blowing Graham Staines murder out of proportion (all because he was a dead alien *christian missionary* guy; one who ought to have been in prison, at least for long overstaying his visa). Christianism thrives on martyrs, see below - but they have to have heathens to pin these on.
- christian too, was the frame up of Kanchi Shankaracharya because he was successful in anti-conversion activities.
- christian too, was the murder of Swami Lakshmanananda who was successful in anti-conversion activities and in efforts to protect cows.
- christian too, was the *christian* missionary popularisation of showing J&K and Arunachal Pradesh as separate from India. Missionary sites started this trend in the 90s according to There is nothing "Secular" about the "Right to Convert" by Laura Kelly:
<!--QuoteBegin-->QUOTE<!--QuoteEBegin-->From <b>1998</b> onwards, the disgusting stories about India started appearing in the websites, many are missionary websites, should be seen as part of the larger effort, to tip the worldwide opinion, against India and are aimed at disinformation, destabilization and balkanization. Operation world a missionary organization located in Carlisle UK, in <b>1993</b> showed the map of India with J&K and Arunachal Pradesh like it was to be found in some others’ territory. It was to the same Operation World located in Australia that the deceased missionary <b>Graham Staines</b> used to dispatch his progress reports.<!--QuoteEnd--><!--QuoteEEnd-->- christian too, was the crypto christian attack launched internationally against Hindus as being "fashist" and "inhuman" using the Godhra riots. Margaret Suzanna Roy and other crypto activists with their lying, christomedia with their lying, their continued lying against Modi.
- christian too, is the crypto christian attack launched against Hindus as being "terrorists" now. Accompanied by the torture/christo-inquisition of Hindus on false allegations.

More reasons why christomedia kept going on about the murder of illegal presence Graham Staines and his two kids and why CBI pushed hard for capital punishment of Dara Singh: <b>stories of christian martyrdom *at the hands of heathens* are key in christianism.</b> (And some heathen must be punished, else they can't say "look how gawd had its justice".) Unless it is played up for all its worth and milked for more, it won't translate into sheep numbers.

<!--QuoteBegin-->QUOTE<!--QuoteEBegin--><b>The Christian Story : A Warped Indian Media</b>
Posted October 13, 2003, François Gautier
And finally, <b>Christianity has always striven on martyrdom, on being persecuted.</b> It was so in Rome, it was so in Africa, it is so in India. Before the murder of Mr Staines, the Christian story was slowly dying; the culprits of the Jhabua rape would have been condemned and the Wayanad fraud exposed. In one stroke the burning of Graham Stewart Staines has revived the controversy and insured that it does not die for a long time. Was the joy of martyrdom for the cause he fought for 34 years his last thought before dying?<!--QuoteEnd--><!--QuoteEEnd-->
<!--QuoteBegin-->QUOTE<!--QuoteEBegin--><b>Double-speak, dubious intentions</b>
Sandhya Jain, The Pioneer, Date: February 2, 1999
More significantly, Pope John Paul II has dubbed the coming millennium as the Millennium of Evangelisation. Since much of this evangelisation will target non-Christian lands like India, the question arises: <b>Is there a strategy to create "martyrs" to help promote the cause?</b> Since the Sangh Parivar can be expected to resist the concerted targeting of tribals in this enterprise, what better way to begin than by discrediting the Parivar itself! Those aware of the activities of missionaries in Madhya Pradesh will not dismiss this lightly.

Coming to Graham Stewart Staines' gruesome end, despite vehement denials that he was an evangelist, it now transpires that he was aggressively into conversions, and that this had caused considerable local tension. Referring of his work among the lepers, his associate Subhantar Ghosh avers: "We shad continue preaching that tribals should study God's words to have a deeper knowledge of the Christian faith." (The Pioneer, January 27).<!--QuoteEnd--><!--QuoteEEnd-->
<!--QuoteBegin-->QUOTE<!--QuoteEBegin-->March 29, 2005
It is shameful, but true that this international conspiracy against India is succeeding. According to The Tehelka report, around 5000 Indians are getting converted to Christianity every day. The North east of the country is almost Christianised. An Italian Roman Catholic, Antonia Maino, a.k.a Sonia Gandhi, is running the country by proxy through a weak kneed coterie of spineless Hindus , Kerala and Andhra Pradesh, are ruled by Christian Chief Ministers, a Christian has been given charge of the nation's most sensitive organisation, the RAW, over the heads of several Hindu officers much senior than him, and <b>anti Hindu missionaries like Gladys Staines, an Australian are being awarded prestigious national awards for social work (read propagating Christianity and converting innocent tribals</b>, the Albanian nun Theresa of Kolkotta is given a Bharat Ratna and is elevated to Sainthood.

The Pope has already proudly declared that the Christian flag was planted in Europe in the first millennium, in the Americas in the second millennium. In the present millennium India is in the international movement's cross hairs.<!--QuoteEnd--><!--QuoteEEnd-->

Back in Jan 2005, before some suspects were appointed and dragged to court on flimsy evidence that later came to naught, Rajeev Srinivasan considered who could have committed Staines' murder.
Rajeev's paras are still relevant, considering that Dara said he wasn't even present and didn't do it, and taking into account the fact that the courts and investigation never really found out who actually <i>did</i> do it in the end (thus making it still an open case):
<!--QuoteBegin-->QUOTE<!--QuoteEBegin-->Sunday, January 02, 2005
<b>Death of a Missionary</b>
By Rajeev Srinivasan

The usual suspects, say the pundits: the Hindu extreme right-wing. However, as Sherlock Holmes might say, we have to consider the possible culprits and eliminate the less likely ones. And the possible villains would be the set of all who stood to gain from this ghastly deed.

Eyewitnesses say Stains' attackers conducted an operation with military precision -- obviously pre-meditated -- and then, before they left, they shouted pro-Bajrang Dal slogans. That last, however, is very suspicious. If it were pre-meditated and skilfully executed, why on earth would they leave their visiting card, as it were? Unless it was someone else pretending to be the Bajrang Dal, surely?
(Also note that whatever mob it was, it was also most curiously shouting Dara Singh's name even though he was not present. And it was only this that led to the investigators presuming that Dara was even there at the time.)

Who might that someone be? Who might be motivated? Perhaps someone who wanted to malign the Bajrang Dal

[...]<!--QuoteEnd--><!--QuoteEEnd-->Rest at link
Husky, thank you very much.
<b>Sadhvi's charges will be probed, NSA to Advani</b><!--QuoteBegin-->QUOTE<!--QuoteEBegin-->National Security Advisor M K Narayanan assured Bharatiya Janata Party leader L K Advani [Images] that charges against the Mumbai Anti-Terrorism Squad probing the Malegaon blast case would be investigated, a BJP spokesman said in New Delhi 

Narayanan called upon the Leader of Opposition and BJP prime ministerial candidate to on Friday to brief him on ATS investigations into Malegaon blast.
Sonia stooge M K Narayanan will investigate ATS, what a circus is Indian Government. Wolf will investigate his own den?
Dayanand administered an overdose during Narco, unable to regain consciousness even after several hours. Reporting some channels right now. (after Narco on Sadhwi which yielded nothing, ATS had said it was because dose was not effective since she practiced meditation.)
<b>ATS revelations are attempts to divide RSS and Hindu opinion: Sangh</b>

NEW DELHI: The RSS has termed the claims of the Mumbai ATS that some of the accused in the Malegaon blast were planning to target its senior leaders
as "divisive tactics" of the UPA.

"These are divisive tactics of the UPA to fuel baseless rumours and fears through the ATS to divide the Sangh and Hindu opinion. They should come clear about their investigation findings in a court of law or else stop leaking such rumours through media," RSS national executive member Ram Madhav said.

"However, if the ATS claims are true then this proves what we have been saying that there is nothing like 'Hindu terrorism'. And if the ATS is confident of their leads, I urge the ATS to behave professionally and investigate full details of this angle and punish the accused," Madhav said.

RSS insiders said after the reports, the personal security of its general secretary Mohan Bhagwat has been tightened.

"Mohanji was targeted by the ISI in the past. At that time he was provided with personal security, now arrangements are underway to recall similar security arrangement for him and few other senior leaders," said an RSS office bearer.

The Vishwa Hindu Parishad described the ATS' claims of blast accused Shyam Apte and Dayanand Pandey wanting to target RSS functionaries Mohan Bhagwat and Indraesh as "baseless".

"The UPA is now scared of the kind of support the RSS and Sangh has over the majority voters and so they are keen on spreading rumours," said Togadia.

<!--QuoteBegin-Bodhi+Nov 21 2008, 10:18 PM-->QUOTE(Bodhi @ Nov 21 2008, 10:18 PM)<!--QuoteEBegin-->Dayanand administered an overdose during Narco, unable to regain consciousness even after several hours.  Reporting some channels right now.  (after Narco on Sadhwi which yielded nothing, ATS had said it was because dose was not effective since she practiced meditation.)
Looks like this is sick game for these low lives of India.
Call UN.
Now India Prime Minsiter Manmohan Singh, shame of India and his government are killing Hindu Sadhus and Saints.
Hitler did same with Jews and Roma.
Sonai and Manmohan Singh are worst then Hitler, Ghazi.
No wonder Sonia father was member of Mussolini party, apple don't fall far from tree. Fascism is in blood.
Now they should do Nacro analysis of Manmohan sigh who faked his prostrate surgery to avoid US vist. How much bribe he had taken from US for n-deal?
Sonia Nacro should be done for Volcker and "Q" case.
<!--QuoteBegin-->QUOTE<!--QuoteEBegin--><b>Congress puts sinister spin</b>
The pioneer Edit Desk
But Malegaon truth shall prevail
Despite the bravado of its official spokesperson — who accused Mr LK Advani and the BJP of “defending terror accused” — it is clear that the Congress is rattled by the political turn that the so-called investigation into the September 29 explosion at Malegaon has taken. Even if one were to presume that the Maharashtra Anti-Terrorism Squad is on the right track — although it has furnished no compelling evidence yet — the casualness with which those running the investigation have acted is shocking. An institution such as the Army has been traduced, in private briefings and even in a court document, and been accused of protecting terrorists by, at least, egregious acts of omission. That aside, both Sadhvi Pragya and Lt Col SP Purohit have filed sworn affidavits telling the court that the ATS has tortured them. The sadhvi’s affidavit was succinct, clear and categorical, and vetted by one of India’s most respected lawyers. It made specific accusations about her being verbally abused, her chastity being questioned, access being denied to lawyers and, contrary to directions by the Supreme Court, no female police personnel being present while she was interrogated or moved from one location to another. The public response to these revelations has been strong. More important, it has been spontaneous. For instance, the small group of 81 citizens who marched to the National Human Rights Commission in Delhi on Friday afternoon comprised, aside from one or two political activists, retired civil servants and white collar professionals who usually stay away from public protests. It does show that, somewhere, the affront to a woman and to as venerated an institution as the Army has hurt middle India. The Prime Minister’s attempt at damage control, his call to Mr Advani and the decision to send the National Security Adviser and the Intelligence Bureau chief for a joint briefing would suggest that the Congress has sensed that the popular mood is not sympathetic and positively suspicious of the actions of the Maharashtra Government.

It is nobody’s case that politics or ideological prejudice should come in the way of terrorism investigations. However, it is interesting that the Congress did not take this moralistic position when some of its own MPs sought to denounce the recent Batla House gun battle in Delhi, implying it was a fake encounter and practically charging the Delhi Police with cold-blooded murder. The Samajwadi Party, a key ally of the Congress, is actually talking of funding the legal defence of the Indian Mujahideen terror suspects. It is worth noting that there is a large body of evidence against the IM members. There is no matching case against the supposed ‘Hindu terrorists’. Other than a new name every day — the latest is a 70-year-old, semi-incapacitated IT professional who lives in a Pune bungalow, and who has been informed, through a newspaper plant, that he is the mastermind of ‘Hindu terrorism’ — the ATS has furnished next to nothing. In this situation to ask what exactly it is doing, suggest it lay off salacious off-the-record briefings and demand it respect the dignity of both a woman remand prisoner and of the Indian Army is hardly unreasonable. As for the guilt or innocence of the suspects, let the courts decide. Whether the ATS and its political masters are in congress or otherwise, truth shall prevail.
ATS threatened to eliminate me in encounter: Lt-Col Purohit

<i>Mumbai, Nov 21: Prime accused in Malegaon blast case Lt Col Srikant Prasad Purohit on Friday made a written submission in a court here alleging that Mumbai ATS threatened to eliminate him in an encounter and tried to extract confession from him under duress.
Shivde told mediapersons that in the written submission to the court, Purohit has given details of the "pressure and physical and mental torture" he was subjected to by Mumbai ATS which tried to "extract confession forcibly" from him in regard to involvement in the September 29 blast.
"My client will be safer in police custody than in the ATS custody," he remarked.

The magistrate, however, rejected the prosecution demand for police custody and remanded Purohit to judicial custody. Purohit will now be taken to Nashik and put in the central prison there.

On a plea from the accused, the judge allowed him to carry medicines and some books along with him to Nashik. The defence counsel told the court that Purohit was vulnerable to attacks of asthma and needed certain medication in his possession.

<b>Purohit's laptop gives no clues; tampering suspected </b>

Investigations into the laptop of arrested Lt Col Shrikant Purohit, has shown that the Army officer apparently visited anti-Muslim websites frequently but revealed nothing incriminating.

The laptop, handed over by the Army after a week of Purohit's arrest, was examined at a forensic laboratory during which, the probe agencies, claimed that he was often visiting anti-Muslim and jehadi websites, sources attached with the investigations said.

But, the investigators did not get details about the composition about the saffron outfit -- Abhinav Bharat -- whose cadres are alleged to be behind the blast in Malegaon on September 29 which they were looking for. This has raised questions whether the computer was tampered with, the sources said.</i>

The prudence of Lt.Col. Shrikant Purohit to come forward with the torture inflicted upon him indicates the scale of sadistic threat of the Allauddin Thag-luq Shaitans contaminated by the bites of Countgress Dreadfula of Transytalia.
After the Sadhvi ji's testimony of tortures, this is a second one.

This dangerous game has initiated the latest or Last of the Manmohicans' sissy behaviour. Neither a hijab nor a burqa will hide Manmohijra's role and that of his Cowardgress party in this and other shameful actions to destabilize Bharat's security, integrity and prestige.

One by one the Anarchistic Traitor's Syndicate's bluff and the foreign Ducefera's sinister plan(nning) has turned out to be fruitless. The forced tests, threats, abuse didn't lead anywhere, neither the so-called crucial laptop, the proof that the bike was in possession of the Sadhvi ji in recent years, etc. Of course the ATS comes up with "tampering" or "yogic and military training to pass the tests", etc.
All this all-to-obvious Hindu-bashing masquerade (or: mosquerade) to please the Green Brigade, and all to allow a safe escape route for real carcinogenic Ultra-Green terrorists.

<b>Sena worker files petition against ATS </b><!--QuoteBegin-->QUOTE<!--QuoteEBegin-->MUMBAI: A Shiv Sena party worker, Shilpa Sanjay Deshmukh, filed a petition at the Bombay High Court on Thursday demanding a judicial inquiry into the alleged ill-treatment of the Malegaon blast suspect, Pragnya Singh Thakur. The petition also demands that the case be transferred from the Maharashtra Anti-Terrorism Squad (ATS) to the State CID in Pune.
<!--QuoteBegin-->QUOTE<!--QuoteEBegin-->Bharatiya Janata Party spokesperson Rajiv Pratap Rudy told reporters that the meeting lasted 40 minutes. "When Mr. Advani referred to Pargnya Singh's affidavit the NSA assured him that the sadhvi's allegations would be investigated," Mr. Rudy said.

Sources in the office of Mr. Advani confirmed that Mr. Narayanan and Mr. Haldar had given details of police investigations so far into the Malegaon case in which several persons associated with an outfit Abhinav Bharat (not the charitable trust by the same name) – which shared the Hindutva ideology of the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh and the BJP – are the main suspects.

<b>What has been established so far is that Pragnya Singh's motorbike was used to place the bombs outside the office of the Students Islamic Movement of India in Malegaon. The 'sadhvi' has reportedly told the police that she had sold the motorbike in question in 2004 to one Sunil Joshi, associated with the RSS. Joshi has since been murdered</b>.

Just show why I am calling Zero credibility of Indian Government. If you appoint a Babu as Prime Minister what else one can expect, file pusher and corrupt to core, who can destroy country for few pennies.
1. Purohit was tortured. And says ATS was trying to force him to confess. Not that this is any surprise. That's what christian inquisitions always do.
2. Arrest of yet another Hindu, "Chaturvedi" - total up to 11 now. But Chaturvedi's lawyer won't let the ATS have him because, according to the lawyer, the ATS will only torture him and try to get a false confession.
3. Newly formed Hindu organisation who want to provide legal assistance to the falsely accused is also interrogated by the ATS. A very christian thing to do, as one recalls from history class (Christian Inquisition): "everyone who ever defends the anyone inquisitioned must be inquisitioned too".

<!--QuoteBegin-->QUOTE<!--QuoteEBegin-->FRONT PAGE | Saturday, November 22, 2008 | Email | Print |

<b>ATS finds no cluein Purohit laptop</b>

TN Raghunatha/PTI | Mumbai/Pune

On a day when a Nashik court transferred the Malegaon blast case to the Mumbai-based special Maharashtra Control for Organised Crime Act (MCOCA) court, the Anti-Terrorist Squad (ATS) formally arrested Abhinav Bharat's national coordinator Sudhakar <b>Chaturvedi</b>, whom a city court remanded to ATS custody till December 3. Chaturvedi is the eleventh accused in Malegaon blast case against whom the ATS has invoked MCOCA.

<b>In a significant development, Lt Col Purohit - in a written submission made to a Pune court on Friday - alleged that the ATS interrogators had beaten him up and tried to coerce him into making a confession, while he was in their custody.</b> He, however, told the court he had no grievances against the Pune police, in whose custody he was for two days in an alleged cheating and forgery case.

<b>"As they forced my client to make a confession while in custody, the ATS interrogators even told him that he was free to retract his confession subsequently in court. However, my client steadfastly refused to sign the confessional statement," Lt Col Purohit's counsel Shrikant Shivde told The Pioneer from Pune in the evening.</b>

Earlier in the afternoon, Magistrate GG Italekar remanded Purohit to 14-day judicial custody in the alleged cheating and forgery case filed against him by a Pune resident Milind Date.

Making a case for Chaturvedi’s ATS custody, Special Public Prosecutor Rohini Salian informed a city special court that key blast accused Purohit and Chaturvedi were in constant touch in connection with arranging blast conspiracy meetings and that his custodial interrogation would shed more light on what transpired in these meetings.

<b>Alleging that his client had been "falsely implicated" and that there was no evidence against him, Chaturvedi's lawyer Naveen Chomal opposed his client's custody on the apprehension that the ATS would torture him while in custody to extract a confessional statement.</b>
(Well done to the lawyer. No one can trust the Maharashtra ATS.)

In two related developments, one of the key Malegaon blast accused Dayanand Pandey was subjected to narco analysis test at the Forensic Science Laboratory in Bangalore and a team of police officials from Hyderabad met the state ATS officials in Mumbai in connection with investigations into the serial bomb blasts in the Andhra Pradesh capital in August 2007. Hyderabad's is the fourth police team to have interacted with the Maharashtra ATS officials. Earlier, police teams from Haryana, Gujarat and Rajasthan police had met the ATS officials in Mumbai.

Meanwhile, investigations into the laptop of arrested Purohit has shown that the Army officer apparently <b>visited anti-Muslim </b>websites frequently but revealed nothing incriminating.
(What, Purohit was visiting the American jihadwatch site? Or the Iranian Ali Sina's FaithFreedom? Or Ayaan Hirsi Ali's Dutch web site? Several of my non-Indian, non-Hindu, atheist workmates visit the first two. Maybe ATS should pick them up instead for involvement in the Malegoan and Samjhauta Express blasts, if this constitutes 'evidence'...)

The laptop, handed over by the Army after a week of Purohit's arrest, was examined at a forensic laboratory during which, the probe agencies claimed that he was often visiting anti-Muslim and jehadi websites, sources attached with the investigations said.

But, the investigators did not get details about the composition about the saffron outfit -- Abhinav Bharat -- whose cadre are alleged to be behind the blast in Malegaon on September 29 which they were looking for.

Also, Dayanand Pandey underwent a narco analysis test at the Forensic
Science Laboratory (FSL) in Mumbai, FSL sources said. Pandey was subjected to the narco analysis test for about four hours, the sources told PTI. FSL is yet to decide whether to subject Pandey to other tests like polygraph and brain mapping, they said.

In Sonepat, throwing its weight behind the Malegaon blast accused, including sadhvi Pragya Singh Thakur, a group of advocates have set up a 17-member lawyers committee for providing legal assistance to them. Stating that the Hindu Unification Movement Legal and Welfare Association (HMLA) will provide legal assistance to the Sadhvi and other accused, Bhupeshwar Dayal Gaur, a founder member of the association, said here today the committee comprises 12 lawyers from the town alone. He said the Maharashtra ATS conducting a probe into the September 29 blast, has already collected information about the association and he, too, was interrogated in Delhi recently.
(Now the christo ATS of Maharashtra is interrogating the Hindus of a recently set up Hindu org who want to provide legal assistance to the falsely accused.)

The BJP on Friday asserted it did not want to interfere with investigations into the Malegaon blast but said Maharashtra ATS should not "harass" saints and army personnel.

"We do not want to interfere with the probe into the Melagaon blast but the ATS should not harass the saints and Army personnel," BJP chief Rajnath Singh told mediapersons here.<!--QuoteEnd--><!--QuoteEEnd-->
And while Purohit - via his lawyer - is still insisting on his innocence and even though there is no evidence against him, some unforgiveable Hindoo who wrote a piece at HK is thoroughly ignoring what Purohit is telling everyone and instead presents Purohit as guilty. Like the christomedia, this 'Hindoo' won't believe Purohit either and is trying its best to convince other Hindus of the same.

Some Hindoos really are other Hindus' worst enemies. Disgusting.

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