Saturday, September 18, 2010

Now what?

Convicted of perjury:
A man who testified at the Air India trial in 2003 has been convicted of perjury.

Inderjit Singh Reyat is the only person ever to have served time for the Air India bombings after he was convicted of getting the parts to build the bomb.

He gave three days of evidence at the trial of Ajaib Singh Bagri and Ripudaman Singh Malik, who were charged with mass murder involving the bombings that killed 331 people.

The Crown maintained Reyat lied repeatedly to protect himself and others, including Malik and Bagri, who were acquitted.

1 comment:

kootcoot said...

We need some more perjury charges, or contempt of court- but I guess these laws only apply to "brown" people with turbans. I cannot believe that Martyn Brown and now Brian Kenning are being truthful (under oath) regarding all the things about the BC Rail theft and the Campbell government that they cannot recall or don't remember......