Jayapura - Chairman of the West Papua National Committee (KNPB), Victor F Yeimo were arrested this afternoon, Monday (05/13/2013), around 10:30 Wit, finally returned to the Correctional Institution (LP) Abepura, in Jayapura, Papua.
regarded as one of the people who entered in the List People Search
(DPO) of the Ministry of Law and Human Rights in Papua region, because
it has not been thoroughly assessed to undergo the remainder of the
"It has nothing to do with the captured Victor Yeimo time last demo. This related incitement end of the year 2009. At that time, he was carrying out the demo later arrested and prosecuted. Then
the police handled his case and demanded by the public prosecutor (PP)
for three years in prison, "said Head of Police Public Relations, Chief
Sumerta I Gede, as written tabloidjubi.com, noon.
according, Head of Public Relations, the judge decided that the
concerned sentenced to one year in prison, and the prosecutor appealed
to the Supreme Court (MA) and the appellate decision stated Victor Yeimo
still sentenced to three years in prison.
already serving nine months in prison Abepura, then he uses his right
appeal to the Supreme Court and was denied, so it must still undergo a
three-year sentence. But not yet executed. When live the rest of sentence, in 2010 he ran away from the LP. Since then he became DPO Law and Human Rights. He was involved in the incitement which violates Article 160 of the Criminal Code, "said Head of Public Relations.
Gustaf Kawer, one legal advisor Victor F Yeimo, in proceedings which
took place in 2009, evidence prosecutors indicted treason clause is not
proven, so the judge sentenced 1 year in prison, but prosecutors had
filed an appeal to the Supreme Court.
a few months of time served, Yeimo not escape as the police alleged, he
then admitted to the hospital because of pain Ruma," said Kawer.
"I was checking the files Victor F Yeimo, will be reported again," said Kawer to suarapapua.com, via cell phone.
a note, earlier, given the media like this, Viktor F Yeimo with three
other activists were arrested when authorities forcibly dispersed a mass
action in front of the University Campus Gate of Paradise, Papua.
addition to capturing, officers also reportedly damaged several motor
vehicles owned by students, while also pursuing several students who
were in a Uncen campus locations.
four men were arrested by the police (read: In Jayapura, Papua Back
Four Activists Arrested Police) is Yongky Ulimpa (23) students, Ely
Kobak (17) students, Manggaprouw Marten (30) activists West Papua
National Authority (WPNA), and Victor F Yeimo (30), Chairman of the West Papua National Committee (KNPB).
activists reported one person suffered a broken arm after police
officers were arrested and tortured Resort Jayapura City were very