Ansari voice samples, those on terror tape match: Cops
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The Crime Branch of the Mumbai Police has received a report from forensic experts, saying that the voice samples of Zabiuddin Ansari alias Abu Jundal have matched the intercepts of conversations taken during the 26/11 Mumbai terror attacks.
"The Forensic Sciences Laboratory in Kalina has submitted a report to us. According to the report, the voice samples have matched. We will be attaching the report to the chargesheet," said a Crime Branch official.
The police have several intercepts of the 10 terrorists who attacked Mumbai on November 26, 2008, in which Ansari was allegedly in direct contact with them, and was issuing them live instructions.
The police have also claimed that Ansari, who was reportedly well trained in Hindi, used some Hindi words during the conversation.
On being asked whether samples of Ansari specifically speaking these words had been given to the FSL for comparison, the officer declined to go into details, saying that the FSL had an "overall match".
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