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What remains of Nathuram Godse is the statement he gave in his own defence during the trial, on 8 November 1948. After the statement was read in court, its publication was prohibited. However, after the release of Godses accomplices from prison in the 1960s, translation in Indian languages started appearing, and in 1977, Nathurams brother Gopal published the English original under the cautious title May It Please Your Honour. A new edition, with a long epilogue by Gopal on the background and the events in prison, was published in 1993 under the more revealing title. Why I Assassinated Mahatma Gandhi.