Amnesty Itnl, pleads for lives of Bali Bombers

The moonbats at AI have absolutely no clue.

FRIENDS and relatives of Bali bombing victims as well as readers have rejected calls by Amnesty International for the lives of three Bali bombers to be spared.

The human rights group has called on Australians to write to the Indonesian authorities in a bid to avert the execution of Imam Samudra, Ali Ghufron and Amrozi bin Nurhasyim.

The three could soon face the firing squad after Indonesia's Supreme Court rejected their final appeals.

The three played key roles in the 2002 terrorist attacks on the resort island of Bali, which killed 202 people, including 88 Australians.

Coogee Dolphins member Eric de Haart lost teammates Clint Thompson and Josh Iliffe in the deadly car bombings in Kuta.

Mr de Haart said he was "gobsmacked" by Amnesty's action.

"I honestly can't believe they would expect anyone who has had anything to do with Bali, or who has been associated with Bali, to support that motion," Mr de Haart said.

"That's just beyond belief."

He said the bombers had laughed at their crimes and shown no remorse.,23599...l?from=mostpop (external - login to view)
Indonesia thinks that killing people is an acceptable way to solve problems.

An Indonesian used killing people as a method to solve a problem and will be killed for that act.

Just say no to killing as a solution.

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