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Key players in the 2002 Bali bombings
Here's what happened, in chronological order, to other key players in the bombings, blamed on the terror network Jemaah Islamiyah (JI).
Ali Imron: Jailed for life on September 18, 2003, for helping build bombs and delivering them to targets. He was spared the death penalty after expressing remorse and cooperating with police.
Abu Bakar Bashir: Sentenced to 30 months' jail on March 3, 2005, for conspiracy over the attacks. The Supreme Court overturned his conviction after his release. The alleged JI spiritual leader is serving a 15-year sentence on separate terrorism convictions.
Azahari Husin: Killed in a police raid on November 9, 2005, in eastern Java. The Malaysian extremist allegedly built the bombs for the attack.
Riduan Isamuddin, known as Hambali: Detained without charge at the US naval base in Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, since September 2006. Hambali is accused of plotting the Bali bombings and several other attacks on foreigners.
Imam Samudra: Executed by firing squad in Indonesia on November 9, 2008. He was the field commander who scoped out targets and gave orders on the ground to launch the attacks.
Amrozi bin Nurhasyim: Executed by firing squad in Indonesia on November 9, 2008, for purchasing explosives and a van for the attack.
Ali Ghufron, known as Mukhlas: Executed by firing squad in Indonesia on November 9, 2008, for helping plan the bombings and channelling funds for the attack.
Noordin Mohammed Top: Killed during a raid on September 17, 2009, on a village house outside Solo city. The Malaysian was suspected of helping orchestrate the attacks. Police accused Top of masterminding subsequent bombings on the island and in Jakarta.
Dulmatin: Killed in a police raid in Jakarta on March 9, 2010. The alleged expert bombmaker was suspected of helping orchestrate and carry out the attacks.
A number of accomplices were sentenced to several years in jail for minor roles in the attacks.
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