The bomb blasts were so powerful that it killed the perpetrators of the terrorist attacks. The Jews and Israelis had to retrieve their own dead terrorists dressed up as UN soldiers. The original article stated six soldiers. Now it is four. There were various Jewish terrorist units
operating within Bali on that fateful day.
To Bali Bombing
By Wayne Madsen
Our Indonesian and American sources report that there was a significant U.S. and Israeli military-intelligence connection to the October 12, 2002 bombings of the Sari Club in Bali, Indonesia. A DeHavilland Dash-7 aircraft registered in Queensland, Australia, landed at Denpasar Airport in Bali only hours before a massive explosion ripped through the Sari Club, killing over 200 people, many of them vaporized.
Our sources claim that an Israeli military team arrived at Denpasar Hospital a after the explosion and claimed six bodies of white men in uniform and flew them out of Bali on the Dash 7. The plane took off an hour after the explosion. Our sources have revealed the plane was permitted to pass through Singapore for an unknown destination.
After the bombing and the plane’s departure, the tower logs were altered at Denpasar Airport to indicate the Dash 7 had not landed there. However, in a major oversight, the apron logs were not tampered with. Our sources have revealed the Dash 8 was Israeli-owned.
U.S. and Israeli intelligence involvement alleged in 2002 Bali bombing.
Several victims of the Sari Club bombing at Kuta Beach had flash burns on their bodies — something common with people exposed to a nuclear blast. Our sources also have revealed that a CIA contract agent — an Indonesian national — was at Kuta Beach the day before the terrorist bombing. He is also known to have been involved in other terrorist attacks on behalf of the CIA since 1998.
Our sources also indicate that the then-U.S. ambassador to Indonesia, Ralph Boyce, who is now posted as ambassador to Thailand, was fully aware of U.S. intelligence pre-knowledge of the terrorist bombing in Bali. Boyce told the American managing editor of the Jakarta Post that it would be unhelpful if the paper pursued the U.S. angle in the Bali bombing.