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September 3, 2020, 10.08 PM

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Poengky urged the police to be more transparent. “The police should be equipped with body cameras so their actions can be scrutinized,” she said. “[The use of body cameras] is also compatible with a 2009 law on applying human rights in law enforcement.”

Last weekend’s shooting occurred as plainclothes detectives in Makassar set out to arrest an individual suspected of assault. The detectives enquired about the suspect’s whereabouts with a group of intoxicated youths, who responded in a hostile manner.

The police officers claimed to fire warning shots before they fired at their assailants. Their shots wounded three men, who were identified as Anjas, Amal and Iqbal. Anjas died shortly after because of head wounds, while Amal and Iqbal were wounded with shots to the feet.

(Writers: Himawan, Makassar Contributor, Devina Halim | Editors: Dony Aprian, Teuku Muhammad Valdy Arief, Fabian Januarius Kuwado)


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