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(From The Jakarta Post)
from THE JAKARTA POST -- MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 25, 2006 -- PAGE 9 The executions of three Catholics convicted of leading a deadly attack on Muslims during sectarian strife in 2000 has further undermined public trust in the legal system, an expert says
Indonesian Legal Aid Institute Association coordinator Hendardi told The Jakarta Post on Sunday he believed the executions of the three were politically motivated
"The government has used the law for its political interests and this will have a considerable impact. The law will get a bad name because of this," Hendardi said
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