Army calls jail killings revenge
The Jakarta Post
PREMIUM Grim day: Military Police deputy chief Brig. Gen. Unggul K. Yudhoyono pauses while talking to reporters at a press conference in Jakarta on Thursday. Unggul, who led the Army team probing the Cebongan prison killings, says nine Special Forces (Kopassus) commandos confessed to raiding the prison in retaliation for the death of one of their own. JP/Ricky Yudhistira The Army is saying that Special Fo...
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