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Duty -versus- ConscienceViews: 152
Dec 19, 2008 9:51 am re: re: Duty -versus- Conscience

Here I would just like to quote Bal Thackrey with whom I agree totally for once except that instead of hanging him I'd suggest he be gullitoned n given the worst kind of death possible

'Criticizing the judicial system of the country, Thackeray said, "How can such a ‘naradham’ be given chance to defend himself. Why create a mockery of democracy and judicial system by treating him (Kasab) as the nation's guest? On the contrary, he, who is the lone gunman alive, should be hanged till death. He should be hanged not once but 100 times outside the CST station where he first began the dance of terror."

Thackeray has termed the lawyers who are willing to defend Kasab as "disloyal". He noted that some legal eagles were also eager to defend terrorists, gangsters and dons like Afzal Guru, Abu Salem, Dawood Ibrahim's brother as well as the Memon brothers who were involved in the 1993 blasts.

However, Thackeray appreciated the spirit of those lawyers who decided not to appear for Kasab. "It is said that everyone has a right to defend himself. But in case if any lawyer refuses to take up the case of an accused then tall claims are made that such refusal is against the ethics of this profession. Those lawyers who feel for such terrorists should first handover their loved one to them and then defend such people," he said.

He further added that the footage shown on news channels and the photographs of Kasab and other terrorists along with his statement was enough to convict him without any trial. '

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