The Jakarta Post
Alleged bombing mastermind: Alleged Singaporean terrorist leader Muhammad Hasan, alias Fajar Taslim (foreground), and two other terrorist suspects, known as the Palembang group, stand trial Tuesday at the South Jakarta District Court. The verdict for Fajar was delayed after the court needed to complete an administrative document to be able to proceed with the sentencing. (JP/R. Berto Wedhatama)
The South Jakarta District Court on Tuesday handed down 12-year prison sentences for two members of the Palembang terrorist cell on trial for murder and plotting a series of terror attacks.
The judges said the defendants, Abdurahman Taib, alias Musa, and Ki Agus Muhammad Toni,
were responsible for the killing of Christian cleric Dago Simamora in Palembang several years ago and planning a number of terror attacks. “There is uncontested evidence and testimonies that supp...