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By Andrew P. Napolitano
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Independent voices from the The Washington Times Communities
Topic - Bayu Setiono
Six men associated with an Islamic school founded by a radical cleric plotted to set off bombs and shoot police to wage "holy war" in an Indonesian town, one of the suspects said in an interrogation video released by police Thursday.
In the 10-minute video released at police headquarters, Setiono said, "We planned to kill policemen for the sake of upholding Islamic Shariah and the establishment of a caliphate in Indonesia.
"Our targets, since 2007 until now, are infidels and policemen."