The Chief Prosecutor vs. Muhammad Kamaruzzaman

International Crimes Tribunal-2, Bangladesh


ICT-BD Case No. 03 of 2012


There would be failure of justice in case ‘highest sentence’ is not awarded for the crimes, considering the mode and degree of complicity of the accused, as listed in charge nos. 3 and 4 as the same indubitably falls within the kind of such gravest crimes which tremble the collective conscience of mankind. Keeping the factors as conversed above in mind the Tribunal is of the view that justice would be met if for the crimes as listed in charge nos. 3 and 4 the accused Muhammad Kamaruzzaman who has been found guilty beyond reasonable doubt is condemned to a ‘single sentence of death’; for the crimes as listed in charge nos. 1 and 7 to the single sentence of ‘imprisonment for life’ and for the crimes as listed in charge no. 2 to the sentence of ‘imprisonment for ten(10) years’ under section 20(2) of the Act of 1973.

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