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Sketches of Bali bomb suspects released
AFAR
11/1/2002 1:49:00 AM



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CANBERRA, Australia -- Australian investigation leader, Graham Ashton, has reported that the bomb attack set off on October 12 that killed at least 180 people and injured hundreds “reflected a high degree of planning and a high degree of expertise.”

Meanwhile, Indonesian investigators have released sketches of the possible suspects wanted in connection with the bombings. Police have a name and address for one of the wanted men but do not yet know of any links to a recognized terrorist organization.

The Australian government and Indonesian officials have named terrorist groups such as al Qaeda and Jemaah Islamiyah as the main suspects; however, Ashton declined to draw speculations.

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