Political Interest behind Shootings in Papua
The perpetrators were believed to have been very well-trained.
VIVAnews – Cases of shootings in Papua seem to never end. Human Rights watchdog, Imparsial, said the current incidents are likely to have been concerned more with political than economical interests.
“If such shootings take place in cities like Jakarta, they would have had to do with economical issues,” said Executive Director of Imparsial, Poengky Indarti, to VIVAnews.
The said allegation was based on the fact that perpetrators have been taking down victims not to get gain.
Poengky believed that the gunshooters in Papua only wanted to breed chaos and fear out of the people.
In fact, Poengky said the perpetrators were well-trained.
“[They have] the ability to have control over the field and weapons. They could produce accurate shots on their targets under difficult condition. And there's more. They can remove traces,” he said.
The latest shootings in Papua hit a German citizen, Dietmar Dieter, 55, who was attacked in Base G Beach in Jayapura on Tuesday, May 29, at 12.30 pm local time. Another victim was identified as Anton Arung Tambila, an elementary school teacher, who was shot in Mulia District, Puncak Jaya, on the same day.
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