Headley identified Hafiz Saeed and admitted he met him during a training camp in Muzaffarabad, Pakistan in 2002, and Saeed inspired him to join LeT and do his work on his directions. He said he learned AK-47 firing training, bomb explosion etc in the camp.
He said Dr Tahawwur Hussain Rana, who was his schoolmate in a military school in Punjab province helped him get an Indian visa.
Headley told of his friendship with Sajid Mir who thought he would be useful for gathering intelligence from India, and who introduced him to Major Iqbal of the Pakistan ISI. Headley also said he also visited India after the 26/11 Mumbai terror attacks
Headley spoke of his 8 visits to India and voiced all the details of the fact that he changed his name from Daood Saeed to David Coleman Headley to enter India.
He went into much detail about his association with the LeT, his training, and the extraordinary way he was totally subservient and happily so, to the LeT, to Hafiz Saeed and to his associates.
The prosecution team at the deposition were Public Prosecutor Ujjwal Nikam and well known criminal lawyer Mahesh Jethmalani represented Headley before the special TADA court.