Monday, October 13, 2014

1) 17 Persons Arrested in Jayapura

2) Police Disband KNPB action in Jayapura, 17 People Arrested 

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A google translate of article in suarapapua.com. Be-aware google translate can be a bit erratic.

Original bahasa link at

http://suarapapua.com/read/2014/10/13/1877/ini-nama-17-orang-yang-ditangkap-di-jayapura-saat-demo-tuntut-bebaskan-jurnalis-perancis

West Papua National Committee 
1) It Name 17 Persons Arrested in Jayapura When French journalist Deliver Demand demo 
By: Oktovianus Pogau | Monday, October 13, 2014 - 15:49 pm | Viewed: 31 times 

It Name 17 Persons Arrested in Jayapura When French journalist Deliver Demand demo 



                    Alfred Papare while leading to the arrest of 17 members of the KNPB (Photo: I 


Jayapura, peaceful demonstrations SUARAPAPUA.com --- West Papua National Committee (KNPB) demanding the release of two French journalists Thomas Dandois and Valentine Bourrat, in Jayapura, Papua, on Monday (11/13/2014) afternoon, led to the arrest of 17 mass action by the Police Resort (Police) Jayapura. 

Monitoring suarapapua.com, around 11:30 Wit, mass action totaling 20s have arrived at the place of action, right in front of an electronics store, which is adjacent to the Supermarket Gelael, not far from Papua keseniaan Council Office and Taman Imbi. 
Mass spread dozens of posters, flags three symbols KNPB, and a two-meter-sized banners that read "United People of West Papua the Indonesian Government Urges Immediate Release of Journalists Origin France, Valentine Bourrat and Thomas Dandois Tanya Terms". 
Not as usual, this time of mass action does not make political speeches, but do act dumb, because the visible mass close the mouth with black cloth. 
Not until 10 minutes, police officers led by the Jayapura police chief, Chief. Alfred Papare, S.Ik, approached the masses, and said that the action should be dismissed, because they do not get permission from the police. 
1 Eliaser Anggainggom (Vice Chairman PNWP Hanim region-Ha) 
2 Agus Kosay (Chairman of KNPB Center) 
3 Seray Logo (National KNPB spokesman Center) 
4. Regina Wenda (KNPB Secretary Numbay) 
5. Yimi Broway (Chairman of KNPB Numbay) 
6. Marten Suhuniap (Member KNPB) 
7 Rebekah Komba (KNPB Treasurer Numbay) 
8. Marice Mambrasar (Member KNPB Numbay) 
9. Lazkar Same (Acting Spokesperson Daily International) 
10 Isaac Salak (Member) 
11. Peter Petege (Member) 
12. Manu Mohi (Member) 
13. David Walilo (Member) 
14. Palina Pagage (Member) 
15 Teren Sorabut (Member) 
16. Wilem Wandik (Member) 
17. Tinus Heluka (Member) 
Oktovianus POGAU
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A google translate of article in suarapapua.com. Be-aware google translate can be a bit erratic.

Original bahasa link at
http://suarapapua.com/read/2014/10/13/1870/polisi-bubarkan-aksi-knpb-di-jayapura-17-orang-ditangkap

West Papua National Committee 
2) Police Disband KNPB action in Jayapura, 17 People Arrested 
By: Oktovianus Pogau | Monday, October 13, 2014 - 14:50 pm | Viewed: 71 times 

Police Disband KNPB action in Jayapura, 17 People Arrested 

Jayapura police chief, AKPB. Alfred Papare when mendekasi mass action (Photo: Agus Pabika / Voices of Papua). 


Jayapura, SUARAPAPUA.com --- After Police officers (Police) Merauke disperse peaceful demonstrations West Papua National Committee (KNPB) in Merauke, and arrested 29 people, this time City Police officers (Police) Jayapura, re-arrested 17 members KNPB in Jayapura, and is now being detained in the Jayapura Police 

antauan suarapapua.com, around 11:30 Wit, mass action totaling 20s have arrived at the place of action, right in front of an electronics store, which is adjacent to the Supermarket Gelael, not far from Papua keseniaan Council Office and Taman Imbi. 
Mass spread dozens of posters, flags three KNPB, and a two-meter-sized banners that read "United People of West Papua the Indonesian Government Urges Immediate Release of Journalists Origin France, Valentine Bourrat and Thomas Dandois Tanya Terms". 
Not as usual, this time of mass action does not make political speeches, but do act dumb, because the visible mass close the mouth with black cloth. 
Not until 10 minutes, police officers led by the Jayapura police chief, Chief. Alfred Papare, S.Ik, approached the masses, and said that the action should be dismissed, because they do not get permission from the police. 
Dozens of officers were also seen approaching mass action and take a variety of equipment, such as banners, posters, banners and some mass worn during the action. 
The 17 people are then transported to a detention car that was parked right in front of the action, and then brought to the Jayapura Police for further questioning. (Read: Demand Release Two French journalists, will KNPB Holds Peace Action Demo). 
Jayapura police chief, Chief. Alfred Papare, when interviewed by reporters in place to explain the action, demonstrations were held KNPB already get a rejection letter is not issuing Receipt Pemberitahuaan (STTP) of Police (Police) Papua, because the members immediately disbanded. 
"Their actions related to two French journalists who were detained at the Immigration Office, because there is no permit, so we were forced to disperse their actions in front of this store. Mass we secured for our Police to ask for information, "he said. (Read: Will Holds Solidarity For Two French Journalists, Police Not Publish Letters "Permit"). 
Earlier, Secretary General of KNPB, Suhun Ones said, KNPB will be staged in front of the Immigration Office Class IA Jayapura, which is located at Jalan Printing, with the purpose of asking the Indonesian government to release the two journalists were detained in Wamena, since August 6, 2014. 
Previously, as written this media, this morning, around 06.30 Wit, police re-arrested 29 members of the KNPB, and is now being detained Police Hall of Merauke, Papua. (Read: Action Demands Release Two French Journalists, Police Arrest 29 Members KNPB Merauke)

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