Saturday, January 14, 2012

Who Made, Planted And Set Off The Bombs?

Three bombs had exploded outside the KL Court compound on 9 January soon after the court had acquitted Anwar Ibrahim of the sodomy charge.

The Star 13 Jnuary 2012


Luckily, the explosions had caused only minor damage and injuries.

The police have now completed their investigation. They say that from their investigation, the improvised explosive devices (IEDs) were the work of an expert. They also say that the IEDs had been placed under police traffic cones.

The police have ruled out the possibility of an amateur making the IEDs.

So, who made, planted and set off the IEDs?

Can the mischief been the work of Anwar's men? Do they have experts in bomb making? I doubt so. And even if they have, why would Anwar do such a silly thing, inviting trouble and a sure response from the police when he had his people rallying in his support just outside the court?

Many are saying that it wouldn't be possible for outsiders to plant the devices under the traffic cones since the area inside and outside the court had been cordoned off and under tight police control even before the faithful day.

So, who made, planted and set off the bombs?

The jury is still out there, although irresponsible parties have started blaming the opposition.

Ha! So convenient indeed. Every time there is trouble, blame the opposition!

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