The trial of Pakistani-Canadian Tahawwur Rana, who had been accused with his childhood friend David Coleman Headley in plotting the deadly 26/11 Mumbai Attack, began with the initiation of jury selection process at a federal court house.
The 50-year-old Rana alleged involvement with Laskar-e-Taiba to plot the cold-blooded Mumbai terror attack had left behind 166 people, including six Americans, dead.
The three most crucial charges on Rana are- helping the LeT attackers, providing them with arms and ammunitions and planning a terror strike in Denmark.
According to the procecution, they have more than enough of evidences to declare Rana "guilty" that can lead him to be sentenced for life.
After a two-hour of intensive interrogation, the two questions raised by the jury were whether retired Pakistani Army Major Pasha was involved with the LeT and if the al-Qaeda terrorist Ilyas Kashmiri was associated with the LeT.