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David Headley

In this courtroom sketch, Linda Ragsdale, center reads an impact statement during the sentencing hearing of David Coleman Headley, 52, left, before U.S. District Judge Harry Leinenweber.

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John Theis, left, and Robert Seeder, defense attorneys for David Coleman Headley, speak with reporters at the federal building in Chicago, after Headley was sentenced to 35 years in prison for the key role he played in a 2008 terrorist attack on Mumbai.

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In this courtroom sketch, David Coleman Headley, 52, left, appears before U.S. District Judge Harry Leinenweber at federal court in Chicago, as Leinenweber imposes a sentence of 35 years in prison for the key role Headley played in a 2008 terrorist attack on Mumbai.

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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.

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US prosecutors submitted before the Chicago Court, two pages from Pakistani-American terrorist David Coleman Headley's diary containing telephone numbers.

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In this courtroom sketch, David Coleman Headley is shown in federal court, in Chicago. Headley, the government's main witness, is cooperating with prosecutors after pleading guilty to taking photos and videos of targets in Mumbai before the rampage that killed 160 people including six Americans over three days. Chicago businessman Tahawwur Rana is accused of providing cover for Headley by allowing him to use his Chicago-based immigration services business as a cover when he travelled to India. Headley told a court that Pakistan's spy agency ISI helped terror group Lashkar-e-Taiba to execute the 26/11 Mumbai terror attacks.

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Illustration by Sandeep Adhwaryu

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TV stills of David Headley

Courtesy CNN

TV stills of David Headley

Courtesy CNN

TV stills of David Headley

Courtesy CNN

TV stills of David Headley

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Courtroom drawing of Headley before Judge Leinenweber on Mar 18 in Chicago, US

AFP (From Outlook, April 05)

Sandeep Adhwaryu

A day after David Headley confessed to plotting Mumbai attacks, it became clear today that Indian investigators will be able to interrogate the Pakistani-American terrorist in the US but he will not be extradited to India.

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