MiamiHerald.com | 10/17/2006 | Bali bombing suspect: I'm 'doing fine' in Guantánamo: "An alleged Indonesian terrorist now being held at Guantánamo Bay after three years in secret CIA captivity has told his family through the International Red Cross that he's ``doing fine.''
The Jakarta Post reported the text of the message on Monday -- the first word from the 40-year-old man known as Hambali who, the U.S. alleges, had a hand in the Oct. 12, 2002, al-Qaeda-style bomb attack that killed 202 people at a popular resort strip in Bali.
An interpreter with the International Committee of the Red Cross read the message to his family on Friday, the newspaper said, at the end of an ICRC mission at the remote U.S. Navy base in southeast Cuba."
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