26/11 Mumbai terror attack accused David Coleman Headley, who is serving a jail sentence in the US, was today made approver by a Mumbai court which granted him pardon in the 26/11 Mumbai terror attack case, a development that may help unravel the conspiracy hatched in Pakistan.
He would depose as a prosecution witness on February 8, 2016.
Headley appeared before the sessions court here through a video link from an undisclosed location in the US. Ujjwal Nikam, the special public prosecutor, told the judge G A Sanap that Headley was ready to turn “approver” if given pardon.
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