Monday, May 13, 2013

One KNPB Member have Tortured to Broken Hand

Markus Giban
PAPUA, Jayapura - One members of the West Papua National Committee (KNPB), Mark Giban (19), student Cenderwasih University (Uncen) reportedly suffered a broken arm to severe torture after being arrested Resort Jayapura City police officers, in Housing III, Abepura, Jayapura, Monday (5/13/2013) afternoon.

"There has been a great persecution against the KNPB activists. It is very exaggerated, some others are still detained in Papua Police, and ade Giban suffered a broken arm and was treated at Ruma Regional General Hospital (Hospital) Abepura, "said Chairman of the National Parliament of West Papua (PNWP), Bucthar Tabuni when contacted noon.

In addition to capturing and torturing Giban, some KNPB activists, including Chairman KNPB, Victor F Yeimo also suffered the same fate. They are currently being detained at the Papua police and is being conducted by the police interrogation.

Bucthar added, the full report about the torture, arrests, and beatings suffered by KNPB activists, along with several other mass actions on May 13, 2013 will be published in full.

"Friends are stacking the full report, we will later publish to media friends, just wait," said Tabuni of Jayapura, Papua. Papua Police Public Relations Head, Commissioner I Gede Sumerta, S.Ik ketka confirmed journalist claimed not get the full report from the field. "Wait I check first well," wrote a brief Head of Public Relations via cell phone connection to the media.

The Police re-arrested four people right in Front of Papuan activists taxi round, III National Housing Authority, not far from the campus of the University of Paradise, Papua.

Fourth person arrested is Yongky Ulimpa (23) students, Ely Kobak (17) students, Manggaprouw Marten (30) West Papuan activists National Authority (WPNA), and Victor F Yeimo (30), Chairman of the West Papua National Committee (KNPB Victor Yeimo.

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