Tuesday, August 29, 2006

Not all the wackjobs are in Boulder

The majority, perhaps, but not all. The Sydney Morning Herald: "CIA used 'micro nuclear' bomb in Bali: Bashir":
Indonesian Muslim cleric Abu Bakar Bashir claims America's top spy agency was involved in the devastating 2002 Bali bombings.

Bashir, who was convicted and imprisoned for having prior knowledge of the attacks which killed 202 people, including 88 Australians, is also appealing for the lives of three convicted bombers to be spared . . . .

"The micro-nuclear bomb that did so much damage was a CIA bomb, not Amrozi's bomb," Bashir told the ABC.

"The Bali bombing was actually masterminded by America. Well, not masterminded, but hijacked. They planned it, but their plan was hijacked by America."

"So the bomb that killed so many Australians, it was an American bomb. It wasn't the bomb made by Amrozi and his friends."
(via Kyda Sylvester in a comment to a likewise interesting post by Tim Blair on Australian Muslim spokesman Keysar Trad.)

Update (9:43 p.m. MDT): Hard to believe LGF doesn't have this, but they don't. Heh™.

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