SINDH, PAKISTAN – A Pakistani anti-terrorism court on Thursday declared former military ruler Pervez Musharraf a fugitive in the murder trial of ex-Prime Minister Benazir Bhutto, nearly 10 years after the iconic political figure was gunned down in the streets of Rawalpindi. The court dismissed charges against five alleged Taliban militants accused of being involved in the killing, while two police officers were found guilty of "mishandling the crime scene," becoming the only people to be convicted in the case. The most definitive accounts of Bhutto's death claim an assassin shot her in the neck and then blew himself up, killing 24 people. But observers said Thursday's verdicts, the first to be issued in the decade since the assassination, offered no clarity into who actually orchestrated the killing. And in a country where conspiracy theories continue to envelop the myriad assassinations of its political figures over decades, Bhutto's death is no exception.