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Monday, 22 June 2015 - 08:21 WIB

Police Release One KNPB Activist

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Jayapura, Jubi – One of the activists of the National Committee of West Papua (KNPB) in Yakuhimo region, Susan Bahabol, has been released by the authorities after being arrested early this month.

General Secretary of KNPB in Yakuhimo, Mark Suhuniap to Jubi that Bahabol was released by the police on June 16.

“Thanks for the prayer and support of the people of Papua because Yahukimo KNPB activists, Susan Bahabol has been released by the police because it is not proven wrong, “Suhun said to Jubi from Yakuhimo on last week.

Meanwhile, KNPB Spokesperson Bazoka Logo confirmed KNPB confirmed that Bahabol is free.

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“Yes, Susan Bahabol has been released and she is proven innocent. Police arrested her arbitrarily but then freed her because police did not have strong evidence and no witnesses on the beating case,” he explained.

As written earlier by Jubi, police officers from the Police Yakuhimo, have arrested two activists of KNPB, Susan Bahabol and Aton Bahabol in front of the housing shop. “They were arrested by plainclothes police,” Marthen Suhuniap added. (Arnold Belau/ Tina)

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