DHAKA  - Prosecutors sought the death sentence for a top Bangladesh opposition figure who is expected to be the first person convicted by the country’s controversial war crime court. Abdul Quader Molla, 64, the third highest ranked official of the Jamaat-e-Islami party, was accused of killing more than 400 people during Bangladesh’s deadly 1971 war against Pakistan. Molla was present at a special court in the capital where his lawyers said the prosecution had failed to prove any of the six charges against him. Prosecutor Muhammad Ali in his closing arguments said Molla deserved maximum punishment.