Kamis, 12 Desember 2019

A Few Stories of Hostages That Survived From the KKB Massacre in Papua

A Few Stories of Hostages That Survived From the KKB Massacre in Papua

On December 5, 2018, the joint TNI-Polri apparatus succeeded in evacuating four workers who survived the massacre in the Yigi District, Nduga Regency, Papua.

According to survivors' information, as many as 19 people were killed by armed criminal groups (KKB) with gunfire and stabbing, the four survivors who were successfully evacuated using helicopters of the MI-17 TNI AU from the Mbua district were, Jemi Raja Gukguk, Martinus Sampe Pauliling, Job and Jefri. The four are employees of PT. Istaka Karya.

In addition to four workers, the authorities also brought six Mbua Community Health Center officials and two junior high school teachers. From the results of the statements of survivors to officers, the incident occurred Saturday, December 1, 2018.

About 40 members of the Free Papua Movement (OPM) took about 25 people hostage in Karunggame Village. The next day, Sunday, December 2, 2018, workers were rounded up and massacred by being shot.

Then, 11 workers who pretended to be dead then fled, but unhappy, the five workers were successfully chased and killed using sharp weapons. Of the six workers who managed to escape, only four workers survived at the Yalet Post, while the other two were not known.

The cruelty of the Armed Criminal Group (KKB) is truly inhumane, they take hostages, bind, torture and shoot hostages like hunted animals. Really biadap and not worth telling.

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