Tuesday, November 25, 2014

1) Chairman KNPB Nabire and Dogiyai Hospital in Nabire Police Detention Cells

2) 3 Student and Youth Dogiyai 4 Freed After Signature Statement This

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1) Chairman KNPB Nabire and Dogiyai Hospital in Nabire Police Detention Cells
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Cells KNPB members in Nabire Police on Monday (11.24.14). Photo: MS

Nabire, STEP MAGAZINE - Chairman of the West Papua National Committee (KNPB) Region Nabire, Sadrak Kudiay and KNPB Dogiyai Chairman, David Pigai is experiencing pain in the cell stage Nabire Police.

This afternoon, Monday (11.24.14), to majalahselangkah.com, Sadrak Kudiay say, at this time, he and David Pigai are experiencing pain.

"Chairman KNPB Dogiyai currently sick. He was sick as a result legs shot by the police. There is also a bayonet stab in the cerebellum and apparatus heavy blow," said Sadrak.

In a state hospital, said Sadrak, KNPB prisoners were not given food and drink well. As a result, he and some people started peruk pain and heartburn.

"We had also not true here, the water is well water. It has been 4 days here, I've been sick. The food there was also pedis so heartburn from several people including me up again. We were treated unfairly when we have captured in rallying point . Let us make an anarchist, caught just before the start of the action, when gathered. But police told us anarchists, when we anarchists? "Sadrak said.

"We need advocacy of institutions Human Rights and Humanitarian Law and justice for us. We want to tell the world that we are silenced, no democracy, no justice for the people of Papua. We are against all who opposed by the world but we instead isolated, "said Sadrak.

Known, Worship on Birthday to-VI West Papua National Committee (KNPB) and support the establishment of ILWP in the Netherlands on 19 September 2014 and then stained shooting on 3 KNPB activists in Dogiyai. A total of 22 activists, 10 people from Nabire and 12 people from Dogiyai arrested.

Until this afternoon, 10 KNPB activists consisting of 6 activists of Nabire and 4 activists of Regional Dogiyai still in custody. Activists from Nabire is the Chairman of the Commission of Foreign Affairs, Parliament of West Papua (PNWP) Nabire region, Yavet Keiya; Chairman of the Regional KNPB Nabire, Sadrak Kudiai; Secretary KNPB Nabire region, Alex Pigay; Action Field Coordinator Kalibobo, Agus Tebay; BEM USWIM, Hans Edoway; and Secretary II KNPB Nabire, Deserius Goo.

While 4 of Dogiyai KNPB activists are still detained in the police station cells Nabire is KNPB Dogiyai Chairman, David Pigai; Secretary KNPB Dogiyai, Aneas Anou; Spokesman KNPB Dogiyai, Marsel Edowai; and Members KNPB, Agus Waine. (GE / 003 / HI / MS)

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2) 3 Student and Youth Dogiyai 4 Freed After Signature Statement This

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Mark Mote (25) was shot in the right leg of Brimob after surrendering. Photo: MS

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Stephen Goo (14) Class 1 junior high school student who was beaten Brimob after surrendering. Photo: MS


Nabire, STEP MAGAZINE - Worship on Birthday to-VI West Papua National Committee (KNPB) and support the establishment of ILWP in the Netherlands on 19 September 2014 and then stained shooting on 3 KNPB activists in Dogiyai. A total of 22 activists, from Nabire 10 people and 12 people from Dogiyai arrested.

Two days later, on Friday (11.21.14), stationed in Papua, Nabire Police have released Thomas Waine (30), Mark Mote (25) gunshot wound in the right leg bone abrasion, Marthen Pigome (28), Stephen Goo (14) Grade 1 junior high school student, Willem Pigai (18) high school students, Ferdinand (Ferry) Pekey (18) high school students, and Alfons Edoway (22).

They were released on Friday, November 21, 2014 and after the tests. This afternoon, Monday (11.24.14), police checked Stephen Goo (14) junior high school students in Grade 1 and letters Nabire Police prepared statement signed by the seventh person.

To majalahselangkah.com, Mark Mote explained, after delivering a statement, it was allowed to go home. "We stayed submit this statement. After that we will go to Dogiyai," he said.

Here's the statement:

One, that we acknowledge having disturbing public order by following the rally on Wednesday, November 19th, 2014, without the permission of the authorities.

Second, we promise not to repeat our actions to engage in activities that disrupt public order.

Third, we promise not to engage in all activities undertaken KNPB.

Fourth, we promise to always cooperative and present each will be called by the investigator.

Fifth, we promise not to interfere with the course of the investigation again and do things that can interfere with the investigation.

Sixth, if at a later date, we deny the contents of the agreement (statement), then we are able and willing to be prosecuted according to law.

Seventh, so we made this statement letter with truth and without coercion or pressure of any party, may be used as appropriate.

"We Leave Yourself and Shot of paramilitary police"

Mark Mote (25) one of the bullets hit the victim in the right leg calf to majalahselangkah.com explained, it was surprised by the police action.

"I wonder, why they shot us and beat us. We've surrender yourself and have arrived at the paramilitary police. We shot of Brimob. There, we were hit and three people were shot in the legs, one leg nearly severed, bones shattered and will be cut, "he said.

He said, he and his colleagues have obeyed what was asked by the police, which is surrendered.

"We already follow all orders the police. But, they shoot us. They beat us. We were a rather large does not matter, but I pity with Stephen Goo (14) new junior class 1. He (Stephen Goo) beaten to face swollen and until now still exist, there are black bruises, "he said sadly.

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Until this afternoon, four core committee KNPB Dogiyai still detained in the police station cells Nabire. They are KNPB Dogiyai Chairman, David Pigai; Secretary KNPB Dogiyai, Aneas Anou; Spokesman KNPB Dogiyai, Marsel Edowai; and Members KNPB, Agus Waine.

David Pigai reportedly from a shot in the foot pain, bayonet stab in the cerebellum, and the punch apparatus.

"David Pigai sick because of heavy blows. In addition to shooting in the foot there is also a bayonet thrust in the cerebellum. He can also o'clock so he was sick," said one of his colleagues this afternoon.

Spokesman KNPB Dogiyai, Marsel Edowai said it requires advocacy of institutions Human Rights and Law.

"We have not made an anarchist. The event of worship has been completed. The authorities came when we broke up and release the shot so we submit ourselves. So, we need advocacy of institutions Human Rights and Law and reject all statements that do not match reality by the police, "he said. (GE / 003 / MS)
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