(Reuters) - Ten years on, Abdul
Sheikh can still hardly believe that the doctor who had
performed an ultrasound scan on his pregnant wife turned out to
be a ringleader in the orgy of violence that killed both the
mother and her unborn child.
"I remember hearing the commotion and I rushed out to find
Dr. Kodnani inciting a mob of thousands, screaming 'kill those
bastards!'," said Sheikh, one of the witnesses whose testimony
led last week to the jailing of 31 people for hunting down and
slaughtering dozens of Muslims in 2002.
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