11 Years killing of Theys Hiyo Eluay By Indonesia Military

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Dortheys Eluay, Papua Customary leaders who murdered 11 year ago [Nov. 10 2001] by the Indonesian military [Kopassus], this only resulted in the killing of examination and detention of military personnel. ...

Dortheys Eluay, Papua Customary leaders who murdered 11 year ago [Nov. 10 2001] by the Indonesian military [Kopassus], this only resulted in the killing of examination and detention of military personnel. But not with the fate of the Papuan people are not clear with the Republic and all the leaders of the Papuan people continue to be killed the Indonesian government from C Arnold Ap, Theys Hiyo Eluay, Mako Tabuni, and several others were kidnapped, murdered mysteriously. As of November 2012, there is about 40 Papuan political prisoners in jail, and during January-October 2012 KontraS NGO reported 31 people died in the violence, 107 lesions from 81 cases in Papua.

Since the first benefit of the Indonesian government and the business just to suck up the natural wealth of Papua, Freeport mortgaged to the U.S. For the earth drain Papua, now [October 31 2012] SBY Papua sell to BP [UK] ​​to siphon off natural gas, then people can be what? MIFEE projects and palm plantations established continuing although it is ill-suited to the needs of the people of Papua], land confiscated, homes dugusur, people against the accused separatists. Strange? Separatists who have land!
If Homeland serious care of Papua will certainly do the best 'but NO!! Look at the case of Wamena and Wasior a long 5 years ago had investigated the National Commission on Human Rights of Indonesia is still stalled in the Attorney General of Indonesia, they seem to be afraid to try the generals who had massacred the people of Papua. Then it became apparent that; Papuan self-determination right to the enjoyment of economic, political and cultural rights in accordance with international covenants on civil and political.

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