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Muhammad Kamaruzzaman (appellant) v. The Chief Prosecutor, ICT (respondent)

Appellate Division of the Supreme Court of Bangladesh

2014


CRIMINAL APPEAL NO.62 OF 2013. (From the judgment and order dated 9.5.2013 passed by the International Crimes Tribunal No.2 (ICT-2), Dhaka in ICT-BD Case No.03 of 2012.)

Abstract

"... this appeal is allowed in part. Appellant Muhammad Kamaruzzaman is acquitted of charge No.1. His conviction and sentence in respect of charge Nos.2 and 7 are maintained my majority.
His conviction in respect of charge No.3 is maintained unanimously but his sentence of death of the said charge is maintained by majority. His conviction in respect of charge No.4 is maintained by majority and his sentence is commuted to imprisonment for life."

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