Thailand's arrest of three Thai nationals in June and a Singaporean in May sent a chill through the country's balmy resort towns—police alleged the men were part of a Jemaah Islamiah (JI) terrorist cell planning to commit Bali-style bombings in the tourist resorts of Pattaya and Phuket. Although the accused are in jail awaiting trial, a senior Thai intelligence source says the danger has not passed. An unidentified Thai believed to have planned the attacks remains at large and may still be able to carry them out. "We busted one cell but we know there is a JI network still...
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