The early release of Bali bombmaker will have a ‘devastating impact’ on victims’ families

Prime Minister Anthony Albanese says Umar Patek – one of the men responsible for the 2002 Bali bombings – being released from Indonesian prison will have a devastating impact on the victims’ families.

There were 202 lives lost during the terrorist attack, including 88 Australians.

“They are going through trauma in memory of their lost loved ones,” Mr Albanese said during a media conference on Friday.

“It was a barbaric attack, more than 200 people lost their lives, 88 Australians, those 88 Australians were all sons and daughters, brothers and sisters, fathers, mothers.”


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