You can’t spend more than 20 years in journalism without seeing the inside of a court room. I’m no battle veteran, perhaps a Corporal with a few campaigns under his belt, but to continue the military analogy, this was a proper bombardment to surprise a Brigadier or two. Mitigation hearings surely don’t come more dramatic.
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Salman Butt, Mohammad Asif and Mohammad Amir all offered closing submissions via their lawyers on the 21st day of the spot-fixing trial in London on Wednesday, as all three hope and pray that the judge will spare them a jail sentence.
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LONDON: Pakistan cricketers Salman Butt and Mohammad Asif were found guilty on Tuesday of fixing part of a test match against England last year.
Former captain Butt and opening bowler Asif were convicted of conspiracy to cheat at London’s Southwark Crown Court, the Press Association reported.
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Banned Pakistani cricketers Salman Butt, Mohammad Amir and Mohammad Asif will go on trial in the spot-fixing case in London on Tuesday.
According to reports, Butt, Amir and Asif are due to appear at Southwark Crown Court charged with conspiracy to obtain and accept corrupt payments, and conspiracy to cheat.
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Salman Butt, the former Pakistan captain, will not appear at the Southwark Crown Court in London on Friday as the hearing into corruption charges against three Pakistani players and the player agent Mazhar Majeed gets underway. As of Wednesday it is unclear whether another player, Mohammad Amir, will appear as he waits on a United . . . → Read More: Salman Butt to miss corruption charges hearing
PCB launches anti-corruption programme
The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) has launched a programme to educate cricketers and officials on how to avoid corruption and be on their best behaviour in the sport.
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