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Rights Group Doubts KNPB Connection in Alleged Papua Bomb Plot

Written By Voice Of Baptist Papua on October 1, 2012 | 9:45 PM

Papuan Activis
By,Farouk Arnaz & Jonathan Vit   ( )
Police said Mako was resisting arrest when he was fatally shot and was wanted in connection with a series of seemingly random shootings in and around Jayapura.

The killing has attracted ire from Australian activists over the alleged involvement of the Australian-trained anti-terrorism squad Densus 88. 

Ferry called the Mako killing, and this recent string of arrests, a common practice in Papua.

“It is the same case with Mako Tabuni,” Ferry said. “They said Mako was shot because he was trying to fight back with his weapon. Witness told me that he did not even carry weapon.

“Fabricating such things is not new while Papua fights for human rights.”

The recently sworn in Papua Police chief vowed to take a grassroots approach to policing the restive province during his swearing in ceremony in Jakarta on Sept. 21.

“This is a matter of hearts that we have to touch,” Insp. Gen. Tito Karnavian said.

Tito was the former head of Densus 88 from 2004 to 2011. He was briefly appointed as deputy chief of the recently formed National Counterterrorism Agency (BNPT) before taking over the Papua Police.
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