Analysing the Khairlanji verdict

Shekhar Hattangadi’s recent piece on the Bombay High Court’s judgment explains why justice has not been meted out to the Khairlanji victims, and how the judgment ignores “multiple motive” concept in criminology. It also points to the dilemma of human rights activists, as the judgment has commuted the death sentence awarded to the convicts by the trial court.

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