KARACHI - Anti-Terrorism Court (ATC) No 1 Judge Hasan Ali Bukhari on Tuesday sentenced three accused to death after they were found guilty of killing a cop some four years ago. The accused namely Mohammad Kamran alias Kami, Mohammad Farhan alias Goal and Farhan Ahmed Hashmi alias Chotta were handed capital punishment for killing Head constable Ghulam Hoth on October 13, 2006 in the jurisdiction of Shah Latif Town Police. The court also fined the convicts Rs 500,000 each out of which half of the amount will be provided to the victims heirs. They will have to undergo further two years in prison if fails to pay the fine. Special Public Prosecutor Muhammad Khan Buriro in his final arguments said that the eyewitness had identified the accused before a judicial magistrate as well as in the trial court and assigned them their roles in the commissioning of the offence. The court found that the accused gunned down the constable through a TT pistol near Malir River in Bin Qasim Town area in the remit of Shah Latif Town Police in 2006. The accused were arrested on Oct 22, 2006 and a murder case was registered against them under Section 302 (premeditated murder) 34 (common intention) of the Pakistan Penal Code read with Section 7 of the Anti-terrorism Act, 1997 with the Shah Latif Police.