LONDON - Relatives of British victims of the 2002 Bali bombings called for the release of a final suspect being held in Guantanamo Bay so he can stand trial, as they prepare to mark Friday’s 10th anniversary. The only suspect who has not yet been tried is Hambali, the alleged mastermind of the attacks, who has been detained at the US naval base on Cuba since 2006, accused of having financial links to Al-Qaeda. Some 202 people, including 28 British citizens, died in the blasts on the Indonesian island of Bali, on its party strip in Kuta.Susanna Miller’s 31-year-old brother Dan Miller was killed and his wife Polly seriously wounded in the attacks. She called for Hambali, whose real name is Riduan Isamuddin, to be brought before a court.“We have been campaigning very hard over the years for him to stand trial,” the 45-year-old said, calling his detention in Guantanamo an “open travesty of human rights”. “It plays brilliantly into hands of the recruiting sergeants for Al-Qaeda. “We find ourselves in this slightly curious position of fighting for the rights of one of the people responsible for the deaths of our relatives.”Miller visited Britain’s Foreign Office last week to discuss the matter.A Foreign Office spokesman confirmed it was being looked into.