FILE - In this Dec. 17, 2002 file photo, Mohammad Afzal Guru, second from right, a Kashmiri man convicted of involvement in a 2001 attack on India's Parliament, is produced at a court in New Delhi, India. For 11 years the family of the convicted terrorist waited and wondered about his fate as he sat on death row. Two weeks ago they found out — from television. Guru had been hanged in secrecy in a faraway jail in New Delhi. A government letter informing them of the imminent hanging arrived at their home in Kashmir two days after he was dead. (AP Photo/Aman Sharma, File)

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FILE - In this Dec. 17, 2002 file photo,  Mohammad Afzal Guru, second from right, a Kashmiri man convicted of involvement in a 2001 attack on India's Parliament, is produced at a court in New Delhi, India. For 11 years the family of the convicted terrorist waited and wondered about his fate as he sat on death row. Two weeks ago they found out — from television. Guru had been hanged in secrecy in a faraway jail in New Delhi. A government letter informing them of the imminent hanging arrived at their home in Kashmir two days after he was dead. (AP Photo/Aman Sharma, File)
FILE - In this Dec. 17, 2002 file photo, Mohammad Afzal Guru, second from right, a Kashmiri man convicted of involvement in a 2001 attack on India's Parliament, is produced at a court in New Delhi, India. For 11 years the family of the convicted terrorist waited and wondered about his fate as he sat on death row. Two weeks ago they found out — from television. Guru had been hanged in secrecy in a faraway jail in New Delhi. A government letter informing them of the imminent hanging arrived at their home in Kashmir two days after he was dead. (AP Photo/Aman Sharma, File)
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