LAHORE - Lytton Road police on Tuesday submitted challan of accused of a double murder case, US national Raymond Davis before the District and Sessions Court Lahore for his trial in the case. The charge-sheet submitted before the court further stated that guns recovered from the deceased persons were not loaded and they had not pointed any gun at the accused. 'Fingerprints had been found on triggers of the pistols and on the bodies of the deceased while tests showed that the bullets remained in the magazine of their gun, and not the chamber, it said. Police had also recovered a GPS tracker, wireless set, a survival kit, mobile phones and photographs from Raymonds car while the accused did not cooperate with the police during the investigation in this regard, challan further said. The court sources revealed that Davis plea of killing the two bike-riders in self defence was not correct as he killed them both intentionally and so he is facing case of killing Faizan and Faheem. According to statements of 47 eyewitnesses in the challan, Davis had not killed the persons in self-defence, and ,therefore, it rejects this plea of the accused. Eyewitnesses further said that Davis had shot at the two boys and continued shooting them even when one of them was running away. Police concerned requested the court to take action against the double murder accused under Section 302 of the Pakistan Penal Code (PPC). Court sources further said that soon within two days a meeting of judges would be held to ponder over the trial of Raymond Davis case whether the proceedings of case should be open or be held in-camera keeping in view the security risk. But some other sources also said that case of Raymond Davis will be referred to the court of Additional District and Sessions Judge Mehar Muhammad Yousuf after the meeting. Currently Raymond is being told in premises of Kot Lakhpat Jail. Meanwhile, the court will hear the case of Raymond Davis inside the Kot Lakhpat Jail, where he has been detained on double murder charges due to security reasons, official sources said. The hearing will take place here on Thursday (tomorrow) in maximum security portion where Raymond Davis is residing.