UN should not meddle in matters reported by KKP, Said Muladi
uusjio | July 13, 2008 at 01:30 amby
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What are you looking for, KKP?
The KKP`s report were officially scheduled to be announced early next week but someone leaked its contents to the Australian media which on Friday published parts of it.
The report on KKP working results which had been done since 2005 will be handed over to President Yudhoyono and Timor Lester President Ramos Horta in Bali on Tuesday.
Australia`s Sydney Morning Herald and the Age dailies were reported to have already published parts of the KKP`s 300-page report.
Quoting from the KPP report, the two Australian newspapers said the TNI, the Indonesian police, and the then East Timor provincial government funded, armed and coordinated the anti-independence militia forces that committed crimes against humanity in 1999.
It said the Indonesian military, police and East Timor government officials were at the time involved in every stage of activities that led to gross human right violations, including murder, rape, torture, extra-judicial arrests, and forced deportation of East Timorese people.
According to the KKP report, pro-independence militia also committed acts of violence during the referendum in 1999 but based on the available evidence, pro-Indonesian militia ...
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