Man Accused Of Financing Jakarta Attacks With ISIS Funds Arrested: Police

JAKARTA, INDONESIA:  Indonesian police announced today they had arrested a man they believe financed the deadly Jakarta attacks, alleging the suspect received the funds from the ISIS.

National police chief Badrodin Haiti said twelve suspects had been detained in nationwide raids since today's attacks, including one accused of bankrolling the suicide bombings and shootings that left seven dead.

"One of the people detained had received financial transfers from ISIS to fund the operation," he told reporters, using another acronym for ISIS.


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