Jumat, 21 Oktober 2011

Two dead after violence at Papuan Congress

Two people were found dead on Thursday after violence broke out between police and participants of the Papuan Congress III in Abepura on Wednesday.

"Two people died," said National Police spokesman Insp. Gen. Anton Bachrul Alam, as quoted by tribunnews.com.
The casualties were Daniel Kadepa, 25, who sustained a wound to the back of his head, and Max Yewon, 35, whose body showed severe bruising around his waist.
The discovery of the bodies, which were found behind a local military base situated in the hills around Abepura, was reported to the local police. Autopsies are currently being carried out.
Police, assisted by Indonesian Military (TNI) soldiers, arrested more than 300 people from the approximately 1,500 people who participated in the Papuan Congress on Wednesday. Police also reportedly fired shots during the arrests. Five people have been declared suspects.

picture  sindikasi.net

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