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a pakistani court has freed eight out of ten men charged with organizing the shooting of schoolgirl malala yousafzai it's a move likely to raise questions about the nation's already heavily criticized justice system malala was shot in the head as she traveled home from school in swat in september twenty twelve pakistani taliban militants claimed responsibility for the attack she was airlifted to britain for treatment i just become a global symbol of defiance after campaigning for girls education , sparks taliban repression in natal police said all ten men had been convicted and jailed for twenty five years each , but a senior police official now says lights when were freed because of a lack of evidence their whereabouts now on known only to have the men have been convicted , and it's unclear why officials were given incorrect information none of the accused was suspected of being the gunman who was thought to reflect to afghanistan with judges lawyers and witnesses fearing retribution for medicines trials in pakistan are often held behind closed doors but the secrecy surrounding this trial rising suspicion over its politicized