From the Daily Times of Pakistan:
An anti-terrorism court judge delivered death sentences to three convicts and life imprisonment to another four for a terrorist attack on a missionary school in Murree in May 2002, on Wednesday.
Anti-terrorism Court Judge Safdar Hussain Malik, handing down the sentences at Adiala Jail due to security reasons, gave death to Attaullah, Saifur Rehman and Abu Bakr, while Abdul Qadeer, Muhammad Izhar, Muhammad Asif and Saifur Rehman were given life sentences. Those given life terms were also fined Rs 100,000 and their movable and immovable properties have been confiscated. The convicted men would undergo a further one-year imprisonment if they failed to pay the fine. The judge acquitted Tabriq Ali, another accused in the case.
The school attack left five people, including two staff members and a watchman, dead. The court acquitted Saifur Rehman and Abu Bakr in the terrorist attack on a church in the diplomatic enclave on March 17, 2002, in which six people, including two American diplomats and a terrorist Sarfraz, were killed.