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Tonight: Dispatches Terror in Mumbai CH4 9pm.


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Dispatches presents a 360 degree view of last year's terrorist attacks in Mumbai with exclusive new footage, evidence and interviews

Shows the interrogation of the only surviving terrorist-bet he was treated well :D

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those terrorists were complete scum. that kid at the beginning lost half his family at the railway station, and then it turns out he was muslim just like the terrorists! punjabi musis are complete nutjobs. what the hell is wrong with them? i hope none of them get any ideas and try to do the same in britain.

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Dirty muslim pakistani scum, these scum denied it all over pakistani news, just like guru gobind singh said no matter how many kasams or oaths a muslim takes never trust him! These scum alreadsy tried it here in 7/7, wake up singhs, create a gang/force

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The kid at the end asked "What harm did we do to them?". It was so sad.

The thing that gets me is that 15+ railway police ran away? Plus they had old style guns so what's the use of them against automatic weapons. I never seen them show dead bodies on British tv, just think of the impact this is going to have on a lot of people here who watched the documentary.

The controller guy on the phone was a real coward. He seemed like the kind of person who uses others to do the dirty work. Did you hear how he was telling them to kill the hostages, while the gunmen were hesitating?

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yeah i'm watching it on ch4+1 and it just gets more harrowing. what are they trying to achieve? for every act like this they make the rest of us less likely to understand what they fight for. what a waste of life.

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That's wot I was bout 2 say hsd mate, see how the controller paki dog wanted 2 hear people being shot and told the gunmen 2 shoot them at da back o da head. He then wanted the gunmen 2 shoot more people whilst being shot themelves. These pakistanis r scum and don't think they wud hav mercy on any sikkh here, infact they wud shoot sikhs first just like jews. We have been asleep 4 many years, wake up. Watch partition videos see wot they didi 2 sikhs that time. Now they r worse. Are all da couple of people who r still asleep and think we r scaremongering wakin up yet? Or do u want 2 wait till sikhs die and more get beer poured on their turbans. 4 every 100 leaflets given out 1 soorma will be born

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The killers were kids on a killing spree. The killers didn't have a clue without the controllers guidance. Shows how easily people are manipulated into doing such acts of horror. There's some serious evil in this world!

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these people are sick, the killers were nto kids ,btu young emn in their 20's, they had no compassion fr human life and actually thought what they were doing in the name of allah would take them to HEAVEN?? SICKKKKK FREEAAAKS!

thats how brainwashed they were,but the scary though is these were jsut a few out of 1000's in madrasas all over Pakistan

to think they are teaching Pakistanis in religious schools /mosques here similiar stuff, even eduacted pakistnis like Anjam Choudry think 9/11 and 7/7 was Justified?? scum

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You think it would have registered with these dummies that the people controlling them don't seem to want to do the deed themselves and that it might tell them something.......

Shocking programme though. You think India would be better prepared for this considering it's had worse terrorism than pretty much anywhere that isn't a war zone.

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