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Watch Rana spill the beans about ISI

Last updated on: June 8, 2011 13:43 IST

Watch Rana spill the beans about ISI

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The prosecution and the defence presented their final arguments for and against Tahawwur Rana's culpability in Mumbai's 26/11 attacks, with the former pleading justice for Mumbai victims and the latter portraying the Pakistani-Canadian as a man duped by conman David Headley.

A federal jury hearing the case is now set to begin its final deliberations to decide Rana's fate. Rana himself, however, chose to remain silent and did not testify at his trial that stretched for a fortnight.

The 50-year-old doctor is charged with providing material support to terrorists by providing cover for main accused Headley while he laid the groundwork for the Mumbai attack in which 166 people died in a two-day siege.

Rediff.com has in its possession FBI footage of Rana's interrogation where he has spilled the beans about ISI's dealings with the Lashkar-e-Tayiba and the role played by David Coleman Headley and Pakistan Army officers in 26/11.

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'Let me settle the rights and then...'

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Transcript I of the interrogation.

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'Pak Army officer was talking to Kashmiri'

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Transcript II of the interrogation.

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'David was friends with Jamaat-ud-Dawah'

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Transcript III of the interrogation.

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'ISI gives them the weapons'

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Transcript IV of the interrogation.

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'ISI knew David was part of Lashkar'

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Transcript V of the interrogation.

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The Abdalians chat group buzz

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Transcript VI of the interrogation.

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Dr Ibrahaim and the Kashmir struggle

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