A militant Indonesian Muslim who has confessed to involvement in October’s bombings on Bali island said there was a “strong possibility” money from Osama bin Laden was used for the attacks, Time Magazine reported. Indonesian police have previously insisted — and reiterated again Tuesday — that they had not found any evidence linking bin Laden or his al Qaeda network to the Bali attack, which killed at least 193 people, most of them foreign tourists. But in its latest edition, Time said it had seen confessions made to police by two of the key Indonesian men behind the attacks, Mukhlas and Iman Samudra. Police have publicly said both had admitted roles in the blasts. Time said in Mukhlas’ confession, he said he believed it was money from al Qaeda that was used for the bombing operation. Full Story
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