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Published on Jan 7, 2008
26 September 2007 Sensational evidence has emerged implicating Indonesian intelligence agency, BIN, in the murder of leading human rights activist, Munir Said Thalib. Will the real killers now be brought to justice? Another BIN agent claims he was ordered by his handlers to kill Munir; "before the presidential elections". He alleges BIN tested out poisons on cats. Support is growing behind the campaign to catch Munir's killers. "President Yudhoyono himself has said that the Munir case is an historic test", states Munir's wife. The case goes to the heart of Indonesia's new democracy.
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