Indian authorities have now accused four leaders of the Pakistani terror group Lashkar-e-Taiba of involvement with the Mumbai attacks, the Wall Street Journal reports. A lead investigator has also issued the most pointed accusation yet that members of Pakistan’s military and spy agency helped train the attackers. The charges stem from the interrogation of the lone captured gunman, plus cellphone and other records.
Mohammed Ajmal Kasab has told investigators he believes uniformed Pakistani troops provided training at a camp he attended. “There was nothing secretive about it,” Mumbai’s police commissioner said, though other officials stressed that the allegation is still being researched. In an unusual step India is allowing the CIA and British intelligence to question Kasab, and plans to use DNA testing to verify his Pakistani identity.