Tahawwur Hussain Rana

In this courtroom artist sketch Tahawwur Rana, middle, appears with his attorneys during an extradition hearing in federal US court in Los Angeles. A federal judge is weighing whether Rana, a former Chicago businessman, will be extracted to India in connection with his alleged involvement in the 2008 Mumbai terrorist attack in which 166 people, including six Americans were killed.

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TAHAWWUR RANA, ex-Pak army doc and US-based businessman, gets 14 years in jail for providing LeT support and his part in the ’11 Danish newspaper attack conspiracy.

In this courtroom sketch, attorney Patrick Blegen and his client Chicago businessman Tahawwur Rana are shown during Rana's sentencing in federal court in Chicago. U.S. District Court Judge Harry D. Leinenweber sentenced Rana to 14 years for his role in aiding a terrorist group that took credit for the deadly 2008 attacks in Mumbai. Rana was cleared in 2011 of involvement in the Mumbai siege that killed more than 160 people, but he was convicted of lesser charges. They included providing material support to a Pakistani militant group that took responsibility for the Mumbai attack and a planned attack in Denmark.


**FILE** Pakistani-Canadian Tahawwur Rana was acquitted by a Chicago court from the charges that he was involved in the Mumbai terror attacks.

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Samraz Rana, the wife of Chicago businessman Tahawwur Rana, accused in the 2008 Mumbai attacks, poses for a photo, at the office of her husband's attorney in Chicago. Rana says the friendship between her husband and an admitted terrorist who was the government's top witness wasn't as close as attorneys claim.

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In this courtroom sketch, Chicago businessman Tahawwur Rana is shown in federal court, in Chicago. The prosecution and the defence presented their final arguments for and against Tahawwur Rana's culpability in 26/11 Mumbai attacks, with the former pleading for justice to the Mumbai victims and the latter portraying the Pakistani-Canadian as a man duped by conman David Headley.

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Recce pictures of 26/11 targets of CST Stations (Photos of Mumbai terror targets in Mumbai presented by U S prosecutor in the trial of Chicago businessman Tahawwur Rana at the Chicago Trial Court.

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In this courtroom sketch, Chicago businessman Tahawwur Rana is shown in federal court as the prosecutor makes an opening argument, in Chicago. Rana is accused in the 2008 Mumbai rampage that left more than 160 people dead, and planning an attack that was never carried out on a Danish newspaper. He pleaded not guilty to the charges, including material support to terrorism.

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