Possible police role in 2002 Bali attack
October 12, 2005, Sydney Morning Herald
Indonesian police or military officers may have played a role in the 2002 Bali bombing, the country’s former president, Abdurrahman Wahid says. In an interview with SBS’s Dateline program, on the third anniversary of the bombing that killed 202 people, Mr Wahid says he has grave concerns about links between Indonesian authorities and terrorist groups. While he believed terrorists were involved in planting one of the Kuta night club bombs, the second, which destroyed Bali’s Sari Club, had been organised by authorities. Asked who he thought planted the second bomb, Mr Wahid said: “The orders…came from within our armed forces not from the fundamentalist people.” Timsar Zubil, who set off three bombs in Sumatra in 1978, told the program intelligence agents had given his group a provocative name – Komando Jihad – and encouraged members to commit illegal acts. “We may have deliberately been allowed to grow,” he said. Another terrorism expert, George Aditjondro, said a bombing in May this year that killed 23 people…had been organised by senior military and police officers.
This information strengthens my own whistleblower testimony in a Jakarta terror trial last January reported in the international press. For more: https://www.WantToKnow.info/powerofnightmares