Owen Bowcott, Haroon Siddique and Andrew Sparrow, guardian.co.uk / Wednesday 17 August 2011 13.40 BST.
02) Here, they have reckoned with the intention rather than the resultant harm while pronouncing sentences, unlike it is done in case of an Attempt Murder and Murder, which attract sever punishment than the former!!
03) In fact, I, personally, believe, that even Attempt Murders should be treated on a par with Murders, as the intent happens to be the same, except the result was a failed one!!!