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Topic - Ito Sumardi
by monitoring his bank records, tapping phones and compiling confessions from other suspected militants, said Lt. Gen. Ito Sumardi, chief detective for the national police.
"He has been officially detained and charged with violating the anti-terrorism law," he told reporters, adding that Mr. Bashir, who always has denied terrorist links, has refused so far to cooperate with authorities. He will not answer any questions or sign any documents.