In Pakistan local officials recently came under scrutiny for charging a nine month old baby with attempted murder. It seems to stem from an incident where his family was accused of throwing stones at police and gas company workers who had come to collect money.
Reporters said that the "defendant" seemed "agitated and confused" and cried at his first hearing, but that at his second hearing seemed more subdued and did not cry despite all the cameras and attention. (We couldn't make this stuff up if we tried.)
The judge did end up throwing out the case against the baby, siting Pakistani law which doesn't allow children under seven to be charged with crimes, and stern action was taken against the investigating officer. The rest of his family, however, remains in legal trouble.
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