LAHORE, Pakistan -- A public prosecutor in Pakistan says the trial of a suspecthas started at a high-security prison in the eastern city of Lahore.
Prosecutor Abdul Raud says the trial of the alleged serial killer, Mohammad Imran, will be completed in a week.
Imran was arrested in January after thedrew condemnation and brought to light seven other abductions and slayings he is suspected of.
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Police say Imran has confessed to the killings and throwing Ansari's body in a garbage dump in the city of Kasur.
Many Pakistanis have demanded a public execution for Imran.
The trial, which started on Tuesday, is closed to the public and held at a prison due for security reasons.