Saturday, June 09, 2012

CIA Bus Bombing Kills at Least 18 in Northwestern Pakistan

Obama's CIA murderers have been busy as bees in Mideast, planting bombs in retaliation for U.S. being kicked out of Iraq, Afghanistan, Pakistan and in vain attempt to terrorize governments into letting them stay

Washington Post
By Riaz Kahn

PESHAWAR, Pakistan —

At least 18 people were killed and more than 40 wounded Friday when a bomb detonated in a bus filled with government employees and other civilians, authorities said.

Enraged Pakistanis burn U.S., NATO flags
The bomb was believed to have been detonated by remote control, police said.

“The victims included mainly government civilian employees and civilians,” said Shafiullah Khan, a senior police officer at the scene. He said at least 22 employees of the Peshawar Civil Secretariat and more than 30 other civilian passengers were aboard the bus when the bomb went off as it was leaving this city in northwestern Pakistan near the border with Afghanistan.

About 18 pounds of explosives were used in the blast, Khan said.

No group has claimed responsibility for the attack so far.

Mian Iftekhar Hussain, a spokesman for the Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa provincial government, told reporters at the blast site that four women and a child were among the dead. He said he could not immediately provide a confirmed toll of the dead and injured. But hospital sources said 18 bodies were brought to hospitals in Peshawar and the nearby town of Charsadda.

Hussain attributed the attack to terrorism but said he did not see any immediate reason for it.

CIA assassins piling up Pakistani bodies with bombings, Predator drone strikes in vain attempt to hang on to their opium territory, drug areas that finance their operations and operations of Obama criminal regime

“We want peaceful talks with the militants, but at the same time we will protect the lives of the people,” he said. “We will go after the militants even in North Waziristan to defeat them.”

Officials said eight bodies and 21 wounded passengers were taken to a government hospital in Charsadda. At least 10 dead bodies and nearly 20 injured were taken to Lady Reading Hospital in Peshawar.

There has been a lull in terrorist attacks for past couple of months in the northwest, but security agencies fear more attacks on security forces and government installations in retaliation for the reported death of Abu Yahya al-Libi, the No. 2 leader in the al-Qaeda terrorist network, who was targeted in a U.S. drone strike Monday in North Waziristan near the Afghan border.

U.S. officials said Libi was killed in the drone strike and described his death as a serious blow to al-Qaeda. But the Pakistani government has not yet confirmed publicly that Libi was killed.

A security official, speaking on condition of anonymity because he is not allowed to talk to the news media, predicted two days ago that a terrorist attack would be carried out if Libi were confirmed dead.

However, another intelligence official said the bus attack could be a reprisal for “military operations against Taliban militants in the tribal regions.”

Pakistani troops are conducting operations in the Mohmand and Khyber tribal areas bordering Afghanistan.

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UPDATED : MEDICAL ADVISORY : Tropical Staph Infections - Diagnosis, Treatments

Editor gets to try out own treatment regimen in field after writing this initial report

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Just my luck, after writing this initial report on tropical staph, I get to try out my modified treatment regimen in the field on myself., with improvisations dictated by location and idiocy on my part.

On a recent trip to Central Java, I had a few spare hours to stomp around in the jungle, trying to familiarize myself with the poisonous flora, fauna, insects and reptiles.  But this isn't where I got into trouble.

Back in the village, I was looking closely at the local cultivation practices and bent over one bush, stabbing myself in the chest with the pointy stick holding the plant up.  Having an attack of stupidity once again, I blew it off and continued the journey.

Six hours later, I felt a sharp pain in the right side of my chest and upon examination found myself looking at a full-blown staph infection, at the site where I was stabbed by the bamboo stick.  It was on the right pectoral muscle, already hard and I could now feel it spreading into the glands under the right arm.  I was in deep shit.

Luckily, I was already on amoxycillin for a tooth infection, so I could be fairly sure this was a strain of the deadly MRSA, tropical methicillin-resistant staph.

My first choice for an antibiotic was Keflex, which I had like an idiot, left in Jakarta.  I did have some erythromycin, which I took 1000 mg's of orally in an attempt to slow it down while I tried to get my hands on some vancomycin, a known MRSA killer.  Out here, the odds were against me.

The nearest hospital that could infuse me with vanco was at least 80 kilometers away, and I had to deal with it now.  It had suddenly and unexpectedly become a full-blown medical emergency.

Incredibly, at the nearest apotik (pharmacy) I did manage to find some vanco, which I had to mix myself for supposed infusion of at least 15 ml.  Due to the properties of vancomycin, it must be infused slowly in an IV as it can damage the veins.  Oral use only kills the bacteria in the gastrointestinal tract and is not absorbed into the bloodstream, it just hangs out in the colon killing everything there and causing explosive diarrhea.  There was no way I was going to inject 15 ml directly into the site, in addition to making me look like half of Dolly Parton there was no data on intra-muscular injection.  It just was not done, for one reason the incredible pain it causes, so there was no data.  I had to guess.  NEVER DO THIS UNLESS IT IS THE ONLY OPTION AVAILABLE.

I didn't have the option of infusion, and with the infection spreading rapidly by the minute I decided to inject the vanco directly into the site.  DO NOT ATTEMPT TO DO THIS UNLESS YOU ARE IN DANGER OF DYING AND NO PROFESSIONAL MEDICAL ASSISTANCE IS AVAILABLE.
Vancymycin is never injected directly into the muscle, however there was no choice.

After mixing the vanco (dried, in a 10 ml bottle) and using a disposable 3 ml 23GX1/14" (0.60X32 mm) syringe, and bathing the site in surgical Betadine I injected .08 cc/ml directly into the boil, taking care not to go all the way through it and further infecting the surrounding area or possibly even getting it into a vein, which would probably be fatal.

The medical professionals were right, and the pain was, well... exquisite.  The banana I had put between my teeth was completely bitten in two.  It stayed on for about an hour, and then dissipated.

The apotik also had two tubes of expired Bactoderm (Mupirocin) topical, exactly what was needed to slow the spread and prevent further exposure to both myself and those around me.  Expired or not, it was the only option for a topical, so it was put to use. 

This staph, like most, is HIGHLY CONTAGIOUS.  All medical equipment used to treat it should be put in the bonfire, along with clothes, utensils or anything else that has come into contact with the infected area.  Separate toilet facilities - whatever they are - should be used to prevent the spread of the infection.  Person-to-person contact should be avoided, especially in the field.

Become a compulsive hand-washer.   It sounds flaky, but it will save you from contaminating yourself and others.  Even when using shit water to wash with it is better than nothing, try to get your hands on some alcohol pads and go over your hands well afterwards, air-drying them.  This works well and will give you additional peace of mind.  Alcohol pads should always be carried in the field, as well as a 10 oz. bottle of 100% chlorine to purify wash and drinking water with.  Betadine can also be substituted if necessary.  A 10 oz. bottle of pure rubbing alcohol would be a very big edge.  Plastic bottles are light and the weight is negligible.  As always, better to have and not need than need and not have.

I then dosed myself with 960 mg of Primadex (Trimethoprim Sulfamethoxazole).

Six hours after the first vanco injection and not having any overt allergic or other reactions, I again injected .08 cc/ml vancomycin, this time well under the boil, in an attempt to quarantine the infection at the site.

Every 4 hours I alternated 480 mg Primadex and 500 mg erythromycin.

Two days later, there was a marked reduction in the swelling and redness, and now had to be lanced.  This was accomplished with a surgical scalpel after being super-heated over a flame and sterilized.  The pain, again, was biblical.  Following the lancing of the boil and subsequent draining, the infection expired.

Oral antibiotic treatment was continued with the Primadex, 480 mg every four hours for five days, along with the Bactoderm, keeping the wound covered at all times to avoid the spread of the infection and allow the wound to drain freely.  The wound should never be left in the open air or allowed to scab over.  It must drain and heal from the inside out.

A week later, the infection was completely subsided and still healing.  Necrosis had already begin to set in when I began emergency treatment, it was that close.

This form of treatment should NEVER be attempted unless you are in a dire emergency, and no other professional medical assistance is available.  You should NEVER guess at the dosage of any medicine, however when presented with a life-threatening situation in the field it may be your only chance for survival.  Use your head, don't panic.

Time is of the essence in dealing with staph of any kind, usually precluding tests for allergic reactions.  If you believe you have time, one simple test is to swab the inside of the arm with the medicine you intend to use, waiting at least an hour for any sign of allergy.

These are primitive, cave-man approaches to field medicine, however I believe that it could possibly be life-saving in emergency situations, and we believe here at The 5th Estate that you are entitled to any measures that may one day save your life or the lives of those you are with.

Good luck, be safe, happy travels and let us know of any experiences you may have to share with other concerned readers.

Improvise, Adapt, Overcome.

Dr. Bob

Staph lives on the skin of humans, and may appear at any time, usually as a result of an injury to the epidermis but will also penetrate hair follicles to take hold and spread.  If left untreated an infection may result in amputation or death and tropical environments it can spread with terrifying speed, sometimes overwhelming the body's defenses within hours.

Staphylococcus aureus
My worst experience was in Thailand, where a mere mosquito bite almost caused the amputation of a finger and was proceeding to engulf my arm before it was finally brought under control with high-powered antibiotics.

The bump was ridiculously small, on the second joint of my right index finger.  I ignored it and went about my business until the pain forced me to seek medical attention a scant few hours later.  The doctor took one look at the necrotic flesh surrounding the bite and immediately ordered my hospitalization with a Keflex IV.  This failed to stem the spread of the flesh eating bacteria and now my entire arm was threatened.  It took 48 hours and a massive, sustained dose of Ceclor to finally stop it.  The scar is still there today as a reminder of my stupidity in ignoring it in the first place.

Individuals with compromised immune systems (diabetes especially) are more susceptible to infection.

Tropical staph, like all staph is incredibly infectious.  It may be spread by water, clothes or simple skin contact.  The resulting boils are almost unbearably painful, so when contracted there should be no doubt as to what you are dealing with.

Immediate treatment required or an insect bite like this....
Strict sanitation procedures should be utilized when treating patients, and ideally, they should be isolated.  All clothing worn during the active phase of infection - which is to say during the entire time of treatment and healing of the skin lesions - should be burned as washing may allow the bacteria to survive.  Treatment outside of the hospital is extremely difficult.  A 25% solution of chlorine and water should be used to wipe down all surfaces that the patient has come into contact with.  If possible, caregivers should be dosed with a prophylaxis antibiotic.  I have seen staph infect otherwise healthy people simply by using the same bathtub as the patient, even after attempts to disinfect the tub.

If the patient is in the field and medical assistance is impossible to obtain amputation/cauterization should always be considered a possibility.

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This on treatments from Medicine

Scientists at the University of Illinois at Chicago and Israel's Weizman Institute of Science have observed that two antibiotics working together might be more effective in fighting pathogenic bacteria than either drug on its own.

....left untreated could turn into this within a matter of hours
Individually, lankacidin and lankamycin, two antibiotics produced naturally by the microbe streptomyces, are marginally effective in warding off pathogens, says Alexander Mankin, professor and associate director of the UIC Center for Pharmaceutical Biotechnology and lead investigator of the portion of the study conducted at UIC.

Mankin's team observed that when used together, the two antibiotics are much more successful in inhibiting growth of dangerous pathogens such as MRSA, or methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus, and possibly others.

MRSA is a staph infection that is resistant to certain antibiotics. As per a 2007 government report, more than 90,000 Americans get potentially deadly infections each year.

The research results are reported in the Jan. 11 online edition of the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the USA.

Lankacidin and lankamycin act upon the ribosomes, the protein-synthesizing factories of the cell. A newly-made protein exits the ribosome through a tunnel through the ribosome body. Some antibiotics stave off an infection by preventing the ribosome from assembling proteins, while others bind in the tunnel and block the protein's passage.

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Keflex should be carried in the field, it is tolerated well in most people and is effective against staph.

Prevention is obviously the best course of action when it comes to dealing with this killer in any environment.  Injuries should be disinfected immediately and flushed with Betadine or an equivalent, and if possible an antibiotic ointment like Polysporin applied and the dressing should ideally be changed at least 4 times a day, and the old dressings, gloves and any applicators burned or buried, deep.  This will prevent others from contracting it or having it take hold in another area on yourself.

Unless you are sure you will be getting professional medical attention within a few hours, once the antibiotics take hold and the site begins to soften from being rock-hard it will have to be lanced.  It is exquisitely painful, but must be done in order to promote healing and open the wound to drainage.   Be sure to sterilize your instrument - a small blade for example - over an open flame for at least a minute.  Remove any soot from the blade with Betadine, find something to bite on, and let 'er rip.  The wound also will need to be manipulated - squeezed - until it bleeds well and all he pus is removed.  It may have to be repeated and hurts like hell, but it must be done. 

As will all self-treatments treatments, be prepared with personal dosage information for all drugs BEFORE you depart.  It will most likely be inaccessible in the field and will save your life in an emergency, especially with staph where quick action on your part may save limbs, and lives.

Dr. Bob

Dr. Bob is a broken down old U.S. Marine with extensive experience operating in both jungle and arctic environments.  The treatments in this article have been tried and tested by Dr. Bob, however all medicine dosages should be checked on the Net or in the Physicians Desk Reference for applicable body weight, allergic reactions, renal and liver disease and any adverse symptoms that may arise.  Whenever possible, always double check with a doctor before dosing or treating yourself.

Exercise in Honor : U.S. Marine General Apologizes for Afghan Deaths in Airstrike

Even from an impossible position, Marine General Allen shows Obama criminals what it's like to be a class act

Associated Press
By Deb Reichmann

PATROL BASE PUL-I-ALAM, Afghanistan (AP) —

The top commander of U.S. and NATO troops in Afghanistan offered a somber apology on Friday in an eastern province where officials say 18 civilians — half of them children — were killed in a coalition airstrike this week.

Class Act:  Marine General John Allen
U.S. Marine Gen. John Allen spent several hours with local Afghans to express his regrets about Wednesday's pre-dawn raid to capture a Taliban operative in Baraki Barak district of Logar province.

"We take these deaths very seriously and I grieve with their families," Allen told the provincial governor, an elderly man with a long, white beard and gray turban. "I have children of my own, and I feel the pain of this."

Hours after Allen's visit, the U.S.-led coalition issued a statement saying that it had completed its initial assessment of the operation and confirmed that "in addition to the insurgents killed during the operation, it's also responsible for the unintended, but nonetheless tragic, death of Afghan civilians."

Nighttime raids on militants taking cover in villages are a major irritant in Afghan President Hamid Karzai's relationship with the international military coalition. Karzai says the raids put civilians at risk of injury or death. Military officials say such operations are key to capturing and killing Taliban leaders.

Grieving Afghans remove their dead from the rubble of a CIA/Obama/NATO Predator drone strike, vow revenge

Allen left his office in the Afghan capital in the early afternoon and boarded a Blackhawk helicopter that flew him 25 minutes south to Logar.

He met first with the governor, Mohammad Tahir Sabari. The two sat in overstuffed chairs in Sabari's office, each cupping the other man's hands in his own.

General Allen makes scumbag Obama look like ill-mannered stepchild
"I wanted to come immediately to see you after this tragedy and to offer you, personally, my apologies, my condolences and my regrets," Allen told the governor.

The men then moved to a large conference room where about 35 people — relatives of the victims, members of the provincial council, Afghan army and police officials and members of parliament — listened stone-faced as Allen repeated his apology.

"I have come here today to apologize to you all for the tragedy that occurred two days ago," the general began.

"I know that no apology can bring back the lives of the children or the people who perished in this tragedy and this accident, but I want you to know that you have my apology and we will do the right thing by the families. We will do the right thing for the community."

General Allen pisses on Obama propaganda minister, lackey Carney
The governor said the anger that boiled over in the province after the airstrike had simmered, but that the residents of Logar want the military to take punitive action against those responsible for the deaths.

"We are accepting his apology, but the people who did this — whether they were foreigners or Afghans — should be punished," the governor said. "If they are not punished, the apology means nothing and there will be no result."

Reporters were not allowed to stay for Allen's nearly hour-long meeting with the group, but Mohammad Akbar Stanekzai, a parliamentarian and a member of a delegation Karzai appointed to investigate the incident, recounted some of what took place behind closed doors.

"The faces of the people were very sad," Stanekzai said. "We told the people to stay relaxed, calm and to just talk with the general. They told him 'These incidents don't just happen once, but two, three, four times and they keep happening.'"

Hag Clinton said to be pulling hair out of wig over apology
Stanekzai said the people demanded that those responsible be put on trial.

A deal signed in April was supposed to resolve the controversy surrounding night raids by putting the Afghan government in charge of such operations. Afghan troops were involved in the operation in Logar, but Karzai has put the blame squarely on the international coalition, condemning its actions and calling for it to give a fuller account of how small children were among the dead.

An Afghan doctor who examined the bodies said villagers told him that a group of Taliban fighters decided to spend the night in the house because people there were celebrating a marriage and the militants thought the wedding party would provide them cover. When NATO and Afghan troops started advancing on the house in the middle of the night, they called out for any civilians to come out, but the insurgents didn't allow them to leave, said Dr. Wali Wakil.

"The Taliban stopped them from getting out of the house," Wakil said.

General Allen has obviously had it with this bullshit
He said the 18 dead civilians including four women; two older men, including a tribal leader; three teenage boys; and nine young children. Six Taliban fighters were also killed, Wakil said, citing the witnesses. Police had said previously that the district Taliban commander was killed.

Allen said the U.S.-Afghan force called in an airstrike after taking fire, presumably from inside the house, and that the troops did not know civilians were inside.

"A hand grenade was thrown. Three of our people were wounded. We called for the people who were shooting to come out, and then the situation became more grave and innocent people were killed," he said.

Last year was the deadliest on record for civilians in the Afghan war, with 3,021 killed as insurgents ratcheted up violence with suicide attacks and roadside bombs, according to the United Nations.

The number of Afghan civilians killed dropped 36 percent in the first four months of this year compared with last year — a promising trend though the U.N. emphasizes that too many civilians are being caught up in violence as insurgents fight Afghan and foreign forces.

Anti-government forces, including the Taliban and other militants, were responsible for 79 percent of civilian casualties in the first four months of this year, according to the U.N. Afghan and foreign forces were responsible for 9 percent. It was unclear who was to blame for the remaining 12 percent.

Associated Press writer Heidi Vogt contributed to this report from Kabul.

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'Dead' Baby Boy Sits Up in Coffin, Asks for Water and Dies Again in Brazil - CDC "Zombie?"

With the CDC conducting medical "research" into weaponizing several deadly diseases including rabies in it's South American "proving grounds" this has a very bad odor to it and smells like "weaponized" rabies with the reference to water


Melbourne -

A two-year-old Brazilian boy, who was declared dead, sat up in his coffin and asked for water before laying back down again lifeless.

How many Brazilian children has murdering CDC experimented on?
According to Website ORM, Kelvin Santos stopped breathing during treatment for pneumonia at a hospital in Belem, northern Brazil, reported.

The boy was declared dead at 7.40pm on Friday and his body was handed over to his family in a plastic bag.

The child's devastated family took him home where grieving relatives held a wake throughout the night as the boy's body laid in an open coffin.

But just an hour before his funeral was to take place on Saturday, the boy apparently sat up in his coffin and said asked his father for water.

"Daddy, can I have some water," the child said.

"Everybody started to scream, we couldn't believe our eyes. Then we thought a miracle had taken place and our boy had come back to life," the boy's father, Antonio Santos said.

Mourners recoil in horror as dead baby "wakes up," askes for and drinks water, then "dies" again

"Then Kelvin just laid back down, the way he was. We couldn't wake him. He was dead again.....

Mr Santos rushed his son back to the Aberlardo Santos hospital in Belem,where the doctors reexamined the boy and confirmed that he had no signs of life.

"They assured me that he really was dead and gave me no explanation for what we had just seen and heard," Santos said.

The boy's family decided to delay the funeral for an hour hoping that he would wake up again, but ended up burying him at 5 pm the same day in a local cemetery.

Santos, who is convinced that his son was victim of medical malpractice, has now registered a complaint with the police who have launched an investigation.

"Fifteen minutes after rushing him away for resuscitation, they came and told me he was dead and handed me his body. Perhaps they didn't examine him properly. Dead people don't just wake up and talk. I'm determined to find out the truth," Santos said. (ANI)

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WAYNE MADSEN REPORT : The Week's Golden Feces Award is Presented To . . .

Next in line for the award:  Obama and his murdering CIA stooges; Bloomberg needs to be issued a cheap cardboard box and forced to spend the night with the homeless he helped create and is now trying to starve

Wayne Madsen Report
By Wayne Madsen

New York City mayor Michael Bloomberg for worrying more about what people eat and drink than in improving the public services of his city. Bloomberg, with his nasally whiny voice that sounds like a cat caught inside a closed closet, has decided that jumbo sized sugary drinks and salted food are public health menaces.

Bloomberg takes the whole pile
Meanwhile, Bloomberg's city's mass transit system is in total disarray late at night and on weekends due to poorly-planned shutdowns for repair work. Bloomberg is the kind of "liberal" that even traditional liberals hate -- someone who acts the nanny in dictating personal life styles.

Bloomberg has declared war on smoking, salt in food served in restaurants (much to the disgust of chefs who require salt in baking), trans-fat foods, and super-sized sodas and other sugary drinks.

Bloomberg is so full of crap he most assuredly deserves this week's Golden Feces award.


Investigative journalist, author and syndicated columnist, Madsen has over twenty years experience in security issues. As a U.S. Naval Officer, he managed one of the first computer security programs for the U.S. Navy. 

Wayne Madsen
Madsen has been a frequent political and national security commentator on Fox News and has also appeared on ABC, NBC, CBS, PBS, CNN, BBC, Al Jazeera, and MS-NBC. He has been invited to testify as a witness before the US House of Representatives, the UN Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda, and an terrorism investigation panel of the French government. A member of the Society of Professional Journalists (SPJ) and the National Press Club, Madsen is based and reports from Washington, D.C. 



The real truth on 9/11 slowly continues to bleed out

Technical experts are mounting major challenges to official U.S. government accounts of how three World Trade Center skyscrapers collapsed in near-freefall after the 9/11 attacks 15 years ago.

Many researchers are focusing especially on the little-known collapse of



The Geopolitics Of The United States, Part 1: The Inevitable Empire

The Empire and the inevitable fall of the Obama criminal regime

STRATFOR Editor’s Note: This installment on the United States, presented in two parts, is the 16th in a series of STRATFOR monographs on the geopolitics of countries influential in world affairs.

Like nearly all of the peoples of North and South America, most Americans are not originally from the territory that became the United States.



Geopolitics Of The United States Part 2: American Identity And The Threats of Tomorrow

A look back at 2011 predictions for the future in order to put events of today into perspective

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We have already discussed in the first part of this analysis how the American geography dooms whoever controls the territory to being a global power, but there are a number of other outcomes that shape what that power will be like. The first and most critical is the impact of that geography on the American mindset.



By Robert S. Finnegan

This e-mail outlines and confirms the acts of espionage against Indonesia and Indonesians by Akiko Makino and the others involved both in Kobe University and in AI Lab at University of Airlangga, Surabaya; Bahasa Indonesia original follows English translation...



UPDATED 01/07/2015 : New Analysis Challenges Tamiflu Efficacy; Hong Kong Corona Virus Outbreak


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Obama criminals now resulting to biowarfare in quest to destroy Chinese and ASEAN economy; "novel virus substrain" points directly to a Kawaoka / Fouchier / Ernala-Ginting Kobe lab virus weaponized and genetically altered to specifically target and infect the Asian population: Ribavirin...



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The 5th Estate has just purchased a library on H5N1 "Novel" virus pandemics, there are dozens of PDF and Exel documents we feel will assist you in saving lives following intentional releases of the H5N1 and now MERS viruses; we will begin by printing those that appear to be extremely relevant here: H5N1 Kobe-Kawaoka-Ernala series continues soon with more "Smoking Gun" e-mails from Teridah Ernala to The 5th Estate . . .



By Robert S. Finnegan

On October 12, 2002 the Indonesian island of Bali experienced a terrorist attack that rocked the world. It was unquestionably well-coordinated and executed, the largest in the country's history.