Dozens were involved in the high-profile martyrdom of India missionary Graham Staines and his two sons in 1999, when Hindu extremists attacked them in their sleep and burned them alive. But although police originally arrested more than 50 men in connection with the murders, only two have been sentenced.
However, recent arrests may finally raise this total.
India has arrested two more men, Ghanshyam Mahanta and Ramjan Mahanta, and plans to try them in a special tribunal for their role in the massacre.
In 2000, CT reported that "police arrested 51 people allegedly linked to a Hindu fundamentalist group, Bajrang Dal [within days of the murders]. But the High Court in Orissa threw out charges against 44 of the accused two months after the arrests, because there was insufficient evidence."
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