Bogged Down in Bali

If the old police adage that most murders are solved in the first 24 hours is true, the investigation into the suicide bombings that killed 23 in Bali on Oct. 1 may be in deep trouble. Four weeks after the attacks, police and security officials say they are no closer to identifying the three men who carried out the attacks and are still clueless about what kind of explosives were used. Five arrests have been made, but all those detained have now been cleared and released.

By contrast, four weeks after the Oct.12, 2002 Bali bombings that...

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