30 Apr '11, 9am

Indonesia police seek Al-Jazeera cameraman

JAKARTA: Indonesian police want to question an Al-Jazeera cameraman in connection with a foiled Good Friday church bombing, they said on Saturday. Anti-terror police last week arrested a cameraman working for a local television station, who they said had been hired by a terror cell to film the attack for broadcast. National police spokesman Boy Rafli Amar said the Al-Jazeera cameraman, who is Indonesian, had allegedly been offered a share of the scoop by the arrested man, but had turned it down. "We have a plan to question the cameraman as a witness," Amar said. "We don't know yet when we will do so." He added that 20 suspects had so far been arrested in connection with the foiled church bombing. The same group recently sent out "book bombs" to several addresses including those of liberal Muslim figures and a counter-terrorism official. No one was killed in those attacks. ...

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