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JUDGE ABORT SARMI CASE’S REQUEST

Lawyers for the two accused men, EW and SF (Jubi)

Lawyers for the two accused men, EW and SF (Jubi)

Lawyers for the two accused men, EW and SF (Jubi)

Lawyers for the two accused men, EW and SF (Jubi)

Jayapura, 28/3 (Jubi) – Judge aborted a case of ransacked, detention and seizure of belongings of Edison Werimon and Soleman Fonataba that occurred on 13 January 2014 in Sarmi Regency.

“A reason why the judge aborted the request because he considered the principal case has began to trial at the State Court without considering the facts of trial,” Lawyer Gustaf Kawer told to tabloidjubi.com by phone on Friday (28/3).

He was disappointed upon the trial facts in which the police officers have misconducted and it was denied by the judge. Instead of winning the case, he learned something about how to control the police to behave and respect to the citizens. Meanwhile, the Police’s lawyer Jamco was not able to contact for his comments. (Jubi/Aprilla/rom)

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