Indonesia has had a plague of bombings—the 2002 Bali bombings, 2003's Jakarta Marriott attack, the Australian embassy in 2004, a series of restaurant bombings in Bali in 2005, and this year's hotel bombings in Jakarta. Police believe Noordin Mohamed Top, who formed a violent al Qaeda-linked militant network named Jemaah Islamiah, was responsible, and that they shot him dead in a weekend raid. But now, the BBC reports, DNA tests have revealed that the dead man was Ibrohim, a planner who police say was "always present" during meetings with Noordin Top. Ibrohim worked as a florist at the JW Marriott and Ritz-Carlton hotels in Jakarta that were bombed on July 17. Security tapes from the July bombing show Ibrohim escorting the alleged Marriott bomber into the hotel. Evidently, the police are downplaying their disappointment, although it's a major blow that Noordin is still alive, as they've been hunting him for seven years.