Australians ‘horrified’ as Indonesia releases Bali bomb maker on parole

Australians ‘horrified’ as indonesia releases bali bomb maker on parole

South China Morning Post published this video item, entitled “Australians ‘horrified’ as Indonesia releases Bali bomb maker on parole” – below is their description.

The bomb maker responsible for the deadly attacks in Bali in 2002 was released on parole on December 7, 2022, after serving part of his 20-year sentence. Indonesian authorities said Umar Patek, a former member of an al-Qaeda-linked group called Jemaah Islamiah, was ‘successfully reformed’ in prison. The bombings killed 202 people in Kuta Beach, 88 of them Australians.

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