Tuesday, July 29, 2014

1) Police to chase armed group members in Lanny Jaya

1) Police to chase armed group members in Lanny Jaya
2) Regional police command sends reinforcements to Lanny Jaya
3) Two Papua Police Officers Shot Dead in Alleged Separatist Attack


1) Police to chase armed group members in Lanny Jaya

Selasa, 29 Juli 2014 23:19 WIB | 310 Views
Jayapura, Papua (ANTARA News) - Papuas regional police command chief Brigadier General Yotje Mende said here on Tuesday that the police would chase the armed civilian groups that had attacked police personnel in Lanny Jaya on Monday.

"We will continue chasing them. As the chief of regional police command, I will never surrender to the demands of the armed criminal groups," he said.

He said he had also asked the TNI (military) to assist in the effort.

Yotje Mende meanwhile had claimed that the armed group involved was led by Puron Wenda.

Based on data the police had gathered, the group was led by Puron Wenda and Enem Wanimbo.

"It is the group of Puron Wenda and Enem Wanimo we are now tracking down. Legal actions will be taken against them," he added.

First Brigadier Zulkifli and Second Brigadier Prayoga had died during a shootout with members of the armed civilian groups in Indiwa in the district of Lanny Jaya on Monday.

Two other police personnel meanwhile had sustained wounds in the incident.

The police members were carrying out a community counseling program when they were attacked leading to a shootout.

Reported by Musa Abubar


2) Regional police command sends reinforcements to Lanny Jaya

Selasa, 29 Juli 2014 21:52 WIB | 329 Views
Jayapura, Papua (ANTARA News) - The chief of Papuas Regional Police Command had deployed reinforcements to Lanny Jaya following a recent attack by an armed civilian group in the district that claimed the lives of two police officers.

"The forces will be increased to search for the armed civilian group members," the commands chief Brigadier General Yotje Mende said here on Tuesday.

Papua Regional Police Command deputy chief Brigadier General Paulus Waterpauw was reported on Tuesday leading the forces to Tiom in Lanny Jaya by plane.

Yotje said that although additional forces had been sent to Lanny Jaya, no emergency status had been imposed in Indiwa where the incident had occurred.

"I did not say that Lanny Jaya is under the highest alert status. There is not such status, as it has been implemented for a long time," he said.

He however said that the police would not surrender to their actions. "We will chase them and track them down," he remarked.

He said the special team that had been sent to the district was still at the scene of the incident. "We have sent a special team and they are still on location," he added.

First Brigade Zulkifli Ardianto and Second Brigade Prayogo had died in the shootout while visiting the region for a community service program.

Reported by Musa Abubar



3) Two Papua Police Officers Shot Dead in Alleged Separatist Attack

By Banjir Ambarita on 03:28 pm Jul 29, 2014
Category CrimeNews
[Updated at 3:38 p.m. on Tuesday, July 29, 2014]
Jayapura. A group of armed men, alleged to be part of a Papuan separatist group, on Monday afternoon shot at eight police officers in a village in the Lany Jaya district, resulting in two casualties and six injuries.
Papua Police spokesman Sr. Comr. Pudjo Sulistyo said the officers were training residents of Indawa village when the armed group attacked them.
“After the attack, the armed group ran away and returned to the forest,” Pudjo said on Tuesday.
The two victims have been identified as Second Brig. Yoga Ginugy, who was shot in the belly, and Second Brig. Zulkifli D. Putra, who was shot in the head. Both died at the scene.
Two of the injured officers were identified as Second Brig. Alex Numbery and Second Brig. Helsky Bonyadone.
Papuan police and military officers have joined together in a manhunt for the perpetrators.
“We should condemn [such violence] strongly, as those police officers were on human resources development duty, giving training in the village so that residents in Papuan villages will have legal awareness, be smarter and are enabled to face changes,” Pudjo said. “The role of the police institution in building people’s character is very important in a democratic society, especially to support the development programs for district heads and governors.”
National Police spokesman Insp. Gen. Ronny F. Sompie said in a report by state-run Antara news agency that the armed group was led by separatist leader Enden Wanimbo.
“Officers who were injured have been evacuated to the Wamena General Hospital,” Ronny said.
He added that the Papua Police deputy chief, director of intelligence and security as well as the head of Papua’s mobile brigade would head to Lany Jaya on Tuesday to provide additional security and arrange an operational strategy for the local district police.
Ronny said the shooting had taken place a 90-minute drive from the Lanny Jaya district police station, or two hours from Wamena.
The assault came on the same day as an attack by an unidentified armed group against a military post in the Tinggi Nambut area of Papua’s Puncak Jaya district.
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July 29, 2014
On  January 15, 2014, Forkorus Yaboisembut  President of the Federal Republic of West Papua smuggling and sent  letter from jail in Jayapura to Tuiloma  Neroni Slade Secretary General Pacific Islands Forum Secretariat  Suva, Fiji. President therefore  strongly appeal  to the Pacific Islands Forum (PIF) to grant Federal Republic of West Papua full membership status  and recognition  for our full Political independence from Indonesia. The Federal Republic of West Papua is Executive Government.

The People of West Papua are of Pacific - Melanesian  stock / race and have closer affinity  and or share common customs and  traditions with the people of  Papua New Guinea, Solomon Islands,Vanuatu, Fiji, New Caledonia, Australia, Cook Islands, Federal States of Micronesia, Kiribati, Nauru, New Zealand, Niue, Palau, Republic of Marshall Islands, Samoa,Tonga and Tuvalu.
As the President, I on behalf of my people hereby extend our gratitute and appreciationin in advance for your government’s attention  and concern on  West Papua especially its human rights issues  such  as the human rights abuse  of  all forms   and Self Determination in West Papua and our aspiration to be free and independent. This abuses and  attrocities will never end for as long as Indonesian is still occupying West Papua.
Transitional  government of the Federal Republic of West Papua is now taking  full resposibility to implement some of the resolutions passed at the Third Papuan People’s Congress. We are running of admistration throughout of West Papua.

On July 21, 2014, President, Prime Minsiter and refered to “Jayapura Five” were freed  and  very strongly control of the transitional government of the Federal Republic of West Papua in  West Papua.

Thank you for your  highest consideration.
Yoab Syatfle
Special Staff of President and Prime Minister


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