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Bali Bombing Suspect Demonstrates Attack

A key suspect in October’s Bali nightclub bombings apologized to the victims’ families on Tuesday and showed reporters how he and others allegedly assembled the explosives that killed 192 people, most of them foreign tourists. Wearing a fake suicide bomb vest over his blue prison uniform, Ali Imron conducted a bizarre news conference at police headquarters and confessed to coordinating the attack on the Sari Club and Paddy’s Bar. Imron boasted about his bomb-making skills and then voiced remorse for the carnage blamed on Jemaah Islamiyah, an al-Qaida-linked Islamic group. “Our capabilities as Indonesians are something to be proud of, but they were used for a wrong purpose,” said Imron, who claimed he learned how to make bombs in Afghanistan and has admitted to helping plan the Oct. 12 attack. Full Story

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