Thursday, November 10, 2005

Dr Azahari - a Scientist Defeated by Forensic Science

Mick Keelty, Aussie federal police commissioner claimed that the identification of one of the three suicide bombers, an East Javanese who conducted the Bali restaurant bombings in October this year, provided the vital lead in tracking down Azahari.

The dead man was identified only about 10 days ago, which then led the police to Azahari in Malang. This forensic tracing was also supplemented by other evidence such as how those killers were recruited. Sophisticated technology was also used to track the terrorist – Keelty refused to elaborate on this, but we may assume, as alluded to earlier in a previous post, that this has been cellular phone tracking devices, probably US intelligence gathering satellites.

One of the 2002 Bali bombers, Imam Samudra, was thus apprehended after the Aussies used his mobile phone signal to track him down.

1 comment:

  1. When Dr. Azahari bin Husin was killed, do you believe that they had killed him forever? Murder is, therefore, a crime and must be dealt with - because they have created it. But death does not exist in those terms.

    In the dawn of physical existence, and the dawn before history began, men knew that death was merely a change of form. Death is another beginning.

    No God created the crime of murder, and no God created sorrow or pain....again, because you believe that you can murder him and ended his consciousness forever, ....but your errors and mistakes, luckily enough, are not real and do not affect reality, for Dr. Azahari bin Husin still lives. He had lived before and will live again.

    Existence is larger than life or death. Life and death are both states of existence. An identity exists whether it is in the state of life or in the state of death. A death is just a night to his soul.