Australia's Attorney General, Daryl Williams, has announced an AU$ 2 million (US$ 1.1 million) reward to people able to provide information assisting Indonesian and Australian police in the capture of those responsible for the nearly 200 deaths.
Meanwhile, evidence continues to mount of an Al-Qaeda and Jamaah Islamiyah links to the bombing in the entertainment section of Legian-Kuta. The Australian government has formally applied to the United Nations to brand Jamaah Islamiyah as an international terrorist organization allowing criminal pursuit of that organization's members and the freezing of its assets.
Just one week after the bomb blast, President Megawati signed into law a sweeping anti-terrorist law that will be retroactive in its application to include those who committed the Bali bomb blast outrage.
There's a message here: The terrorists can run but they cannot hide.
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