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Australia urges Indonesia to respect Bali bombing victims and not release cleric

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I wonder what the expression ‘reformed character’ would mean to the Indonesian authorities....more praying more koran studies....

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It does make you wonder just how far the authorities truly condemn the ideology of this man.

I wonder what the expression ‘reformed character’ would mean to the Indonesian authorities.

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The majority of Indonesians are decent, like folks everywhere, but they have been terrorized by military dictatorship, brainwashed by islamic clerics and misruled by democratic-lite governments for so long that the latest judicial farce releasing the incorrigibly toxic islamic ideologue, ABB, comes as no surprise to anyone who has observed Indonesia since the genocidal massacres of 1965. The West has been complicit throughout, so although the reaction of the Bali bombing victims' family members is absolutely justified, the Indonesian government has gotten away with murder and bitten the hands that feed it so many times that they simply brush off and ignore any criticism from foreigners as "meddling" in their "internal" (and infernal) affairs.

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Culpable in the murder of 202 people and get let out early from a 15 year sentence.

Two Australians executed for drug smuggling and others get life in prison.

It would seem that bombings and murder get a light sentence in Indonesia for its citizens but you get executed or life for smuggling drugs.

I would call that a backwards legal system.

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