He probably guilty tbh and real, his name is Musa Khan. He probably descends from the great Emperor from the Steppes known to the world as Ghenghis Khan and Ghenghis held his mother blood in his hand when he was born and smiled in delight.
Baby Muhammad Mosa Khan celebrated with a bottle of milk after being cleared of being part of a ruthless gang of gas thieves who tried to kill police by hurling stones at them during a raid.
A baby murder suspect has been released and freed after police withdrew charges against the nine month-old boy who, although unable to enter a plea, gurgled throughout various court hearings.
The justice system in Pakistan has been held up to ridicule after a nine-month-old baby was arrested and charged with murder and police harassment in relation to a workers' dispute.
The saga has now come to an end, with the dropping of all charges against the baby who is still weaning.
At a previous court hearing, at which the child appeared, the judge refused to drop the charges and only international pressure and abject embarrassment forced the local police to admit their mistake and drop the case.
The child’s lawyer Irfan Tarar said the decision was made after an admission that the original charges were invalid because the police had failed to investigate them, AP wire services reported.
The nine-month-old baby boy was originally charged with willful murder, resisting arrest, threatening police and interfering in state affairs, but seemed blissfully unaware in court as he sucked on a bottle of milk on his father’s lap.
The child, who was apparently unaware that he has made world criminal history as the youngest ever murder suspect, was arrested by Pakistani Police in a raid involving at least 30 other suspects in a move, which observers suggest, is not their justice system's finest hour.
Unable to enter a plea, there were some gurgles from the baby during the initial arraignment.
The super ‘baby villain’, Muhammad Mosa Khan, was charged two weeks ago as part of a raid on suspected gas thieves in the city of Lahore, The Times of India reported.
Police accused ‘Mosa’, his father and others of throwing stones at security guards in what others claim was a protest against shortages of electricity in the city.
Police say the suspects tried to kill security officers by throwing stones at them.
But Khan’s father, Ahmed - who is also accused - said the crowd was protesting an electricity shortage.
His lawyer said that they were relieved that the ordeal was over.
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