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He merely recorded what they had to say. Bhutto’s boycott did not, however, prevent him from wanting to speak when the time came for his statement to be recorded. During the course of the trial he had been told by the Chief Justice that he would have ample opportunity to make his defence which was, it appeared, designed to make up for the Chief Justice’s orders to Bhutto to ‘shut up’ and ‘sit down’ when he wanted to interject a point during the course of the witnesses’ testimony. After the evidence of the remaining ten witnesses during the boycott, the time finally came for Bhutto to speak.
Prior to that, on 9 May 1974 he had also issued 1,500 rounds to Ghulam Hussain He concluded his statement by saying: ‘Had I known that the ammunition was being drawn and the weapons were being taken away for a surreptitious purpose, I would certainly have kept the Photostat of the receipt that was taken away from me. ’ In the meantime, Masood Mahmud’s driver — a man called Manzoor Hussain — had given his statement as the prosecution’s twenty-first witness. His remembrance of the day’s events differed from that of his Director-General of the FSF— a point later to be used by the defence.
Bhutto in lull’. Later he enlarged on this theory — a politician, he believed, was entitled to change his strategy without altering his fundamental beliefs. Kasuri, seeing that his offensive policies and speeches of criticism bore little fruit, turned to praise of the former Prime Minister in order to lull him into a false sense of security and then attack. Obviously the time to attack had come with the change in government. With Kasuri’s testimony on record, the special public prosecutor, M. Anwar, proceeded to the next witness — the approver in the murder case, Masood Mahmud.
Bhutto, trial and execution by Victoria Schofield