No witnesses appear at the trial of Buchtar Tabuni
One of his team of lawyers, Gustaf Kawer, said that there were a number of people who the prosecutor could have summoned to appear in court during the trial but he had not done anything to call these witnesses
Kawer said this was already clear at the earlier hearing on 10 September when the prosecutor said that Matius Murib would be called to testify, but at the following hearing, Murib did not attend as a result of which the presiding judge suspended. the hearing.
At the next hearing, it was the defendant, Buchtar Tabuni who was questioned. The presiding judge, Haris Munandar, asked Buchtar to tell the court what he had done on 3 December 2010 when the prison was damaged.
Buchtar told the court that he had done everything he possibly could to prevent a crowd of people from inflicting damage in the prison.
‘I shouted to a crowd of people, calling on them not to enter the prison and start damaging it.’
This is the same as what Buchtar Tabuni told the court at the beginning of the trial.
[Translated by Carmel Budiardjo]
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This entry was posted on September 15, 2012 by westpapuamedia. It was filed under News alert, syndication and was tagged with buchtar tabuni, civil resistance, flawed process, Human Rights and Liberties, Jayapura, Makar, Rebellion/Subversion charges, right of free expression.