A former Indonesian police officer radicalised by an Islamic extremist group was jailed for three-and-half years for hiding suspects in a suicide bombing of a mosque, a court heard Monday.
Former Indonesian police officer Mohamad Said Haryadi leaves the court in Jakarta. Haryadi was jailed for three-and-half years for hiding suspects in a suicide bombing of a mosque, a Jakarta court heard.
Mohamad Said Haryadi, 30, was found guilty of hiding two people later convicted of helping the attack on the mosque in Cirebon, western Java, last year which injured 30 people -- mostly police -- during prayers.
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