Abdul Quader Molla
Summary: Bangladeshi politician and Islamist leader who tried and sentenced to death on five of six counts of crimes against humanity and war crimes at his trial at the Bangladeshi International Crimes Tribunal (ICT) in February 2013 when he was convicted of killing 344 civilians and other crimes as a member of the Al-Bandar militia during the Bangladesh Liberation War despite objections from U.N., different countries and international human rights organization as a direct result of the sentence from the Shahbag protests that began with the protesters demanding capital punishment for all those on trial.
Cause of Death: Executed by hanging
Born: August 14, 1948
Died: December 12, 2013
Location: Dhaka, Bangladesh