By BISWAJEET BANERJEE Associated Press LUCKNOW, India (AP) — An Indian court on Wednesday acquitted all 32 people accused of crimes in a 1992 attack and demolition of a 16th century mosque that sparked Hindu-Muslim violence leaving some 2,000 people dead. Four senior leaders of the ruling Hindu nationalist Bharatiya Janata Party, or BJP, were among the defendants in a trial that languished in India's sluggish legal system for almost 28 years. Seventeen of the 49 accused died of natural causes during the trial. The four BJP leaders were accused of making inflammatory speeches that incited tens of thousands of […]
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