Tuesday, July 28, 2009
1. In Indonesia, the so called bomber named Achmadi has been released by the police.
After the 17 July 2009 Jakarta hotel bombings, a villager called Achmadi surrendered himself to Indonesia’s police.
According to the mainstream media, Achmadi told the police that Noordin Top had trained him to become a suicide bomber.
Central Java police chief Alex Bambang Riatmodjo claimed that an unexploded bomb had been found at Achmadi’s house.
Now, a national police spokesman has said the information was not true.
The Central Java police chief now says Achmadi is being released.
It looks as if some of the police in Jakarta are under instructions to tell the truth?
And the evidence concerning humble patsies is being rejected?
2. After the Jakarta hotel bombings, closed circuit television footage from the hotels was shown to the public.
According to John McBeth, at Asia Times, on 27 July 2009, this footage had “clearly been edited by police.”
3. The alleged bombers were supposed to have been staying in Room 1808 at the Marriott.
But the occupants of that room were “incapable of flushing the stand-up toilet”.
This could suggest that they were simple villagers, acting as patsies, rather than sophisticated terrorists.
4. Reportedly, a master plan for bombings was found after the explosions in Bali in 2005.
Allegedly, this plan was found on the computer of Azahari bin Husin, Noordin’s right-hand man, who was allegedly shot dead during a police raid on his hideout in November 2005
Malay words are found in the plan and “the sentence structure is almost English in nature”.
Could this be the work of an American linked to the CIA?