http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/...y-2-Indians-walk-free/articleshow/5887615.cms The attack and the results of the trial are interesting on several fronts... - It was a case of terrorism with a predominantly civilian response. Clearly, the Mumbai police actions that ultimately stopped the terror attack were very slow, but at the same time, there has been no "non-enemy combatant" or indefinite detention involved here. - As far as I can tell, the government appears to be complying with the acquittal of the two Indians accused of supporting the plot - The case was prosecuted and resolved extremely quickly by Indian standards, but it also resulted in a trial that is generally being called fair and balanced. - The judiciary appears to some extent to be agreeing with Pakistan's Curious how this will play out. Mumbaikars have gone back to regular life, by and large, but this attack was a signal event in India, even though there are many more terrorist attacks and plots on Indian soil than there have been on US soil, before and after this. This may end up being a test case of what happens when the existing legal system is used to deal with a terrorist without modification.