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Indonesian man denies helping plan Bali bomb attacks

An Indonesian accused of helping plan the Bali bombings rejected the charges and said at his trial that he only ground chemicals that were later used to make the bombs. Prosecutors last month demanded Suranto Abdul Ghoni be sentenced to life in prison for helping plan the attack and to assemble the deadliest of the Bali bombs which together killed 202 people, mostly Western vacationers, in October 2002. “Is it possible for someone who does not know anything or had heard nothing about any meeting, be said to have taken part in a meeting and agreed to be appointed as treasurer and bomb maker?” Ghoni asked the Denpasar district court as he made his defence plea. Full Story

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