I remember reading a story from the Napoleonic Wars about a monkey who'd been captured on a ship in the port of Grimsby. The locals were much puzzled by such a creature and, in the absence of any other explanation, put him on trial for spying. After a fair trial in which due process was fully observed the unfortunate creature was found guilty (I guess he didn't offer a very effective defence) and in accordance with the law duly hanged.
One would imagine that we'd moved on a lot since the 18th century but when it comes to the Religion Of Peace we haven't moved on even from the 8th Century. Hence you may not be surprised by this particular story from that magic land, that land wherein the angels sing, that home of the blessed where each morning gentle people wake to love another day.
"While many children his age are still learning how to crawl, a nine-month-old boy in Pakistan has been accused of attempted murder in a case observers say highlights endemic flaws in the country's legal system."
I think we could all agree with that last bit.
Sadly, knowing the Religion Of Peace I wouldn't rule out seeing said baby face the gallows in due course. Having first provided amorous outlets for some of that ghastly country's 'spiritual' leaders.