A special anti-terrorism court in Pakistan has found four men guilty in the Daniel Pearl murder case, and sentenced one of them to death. Because journalists were not permitted in court, there’s really no way to see how strong the evidence in the case was, or what was revealed during the case. I have no doubt that these guys got the sentences they earned, but I would be willing to bet that there were other people around who masterminded the kidnapping, perhaps people in the ISI (Pakistan’s intelligence service). This quick, hush hush trial makes it difficult to follow any of those leads, assuming they exist.