The baby was apparently charged because an assistant sub-inspector complained in a crime report that Musa’s whole family beaten him up and injured his head. The 9 month was taken into hiding by family members after he was charged with attempted murder along with his father and grandfather after a mob protesting against gas cuts and price increases stoned police and gas company workers trying to collect overdue bills. “Police are vindictive. Now they are trying to settle the issue on personal grounds, that’s why I sent my grandson to Faisalabad for protection,” the baby’s grandfather, Muhammad Yasin, told Reuters, referring to a central Pakistani city. The baby appeared in court last week and is out on bail, he is due to appear at the next hearing April 12 but his father is not sure if he will take him to court. “He does not even know how to pick up his milk bottle properly, how can he stone the police?” Yasin asked journalists at the court Thursday. In his appearance in court last week he cried while his finger prints were taken, then later grabbed the journalist micophones.