An Indonesian policeman has shot dead a colleague who molested their boss’s wife, the national police said, in a case that has shocked the country.
According to National Police spokesperson Ahmed Ramadan, the shootout took place at the official residence of Chief Inspector General of the Internal Affairs Division Verdi Sambo in South Jakarta on July 8 at 5 pm.
At home at the time were Verdi’s wife, the family’s second-class bodyguard, and their chauffeur, Brigadier General J.
J crept into his boss’s wife’s room while she was resting before he molested her and pointed a gun to her head. Then I screamed for help, and someone came out of the room on the ground floor of the house.
Hearing the commotion, E, who was on the second floor, asked J what was going on, only for the latter to fire the first shot.
“That shot turned into a shootout, resulting in J’s death,” Ahmed He said.
E fired five shots at J, all hitting the target, resulting in seven hits in and out. On the other hand, J fired seven shells, all of which missed an E.
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The National Police Committee (Kumpolnas) has called for this Legal protection for E.who is seen as having come to the aid of a sexual harassment victim and had acted in self-defence by J.
Not everyone is quick to believe the National Police’s version of what happened. A member of the House of Representatives (DPR), for example, called for a thorough investigation because he found it hard to believe Two policemen shoot each other.
Meanwhile, the Indonesian Police Oversight Authority (IPW), has called for action independent investigation and an autopsy of C’s body, saying that the National Police had not provided specific details, such as forensic data, that would confirm their version of what happened in the accident.
CCTV cameras inside the house would have provided key evidence, but the South Jakarta Metro Police said today that the network has bees. closed 2 weeks ago due to malfunction.