Wednesday, December 29, 2010

Abdullah Sunata


JAKARTA, Indonesia - One of Indonesia's top terrorism suspects went on trial Wednesday on charges of helping set up a militant network that was plotting Mumbai-style attacks on foreigners at luxury hotels and embassies in the capital. Abdullah Sunata, 32, was arrested in June during a series of police raids in Central Java province. Prosecutors told the East Jakarta District Court he allegedly helped set up a jihadi training camp in westernmost Aceh province and procure M-16 assault rifles, revolvers and other weapons for the group. They said Sunata - released from prison just last year after serving time for other terror-related crimes - should face the maximum penalty of death. - NINIEK KARMINI

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