JAKARTA, KOMPAS.com – The police determined six suspects of mistreatment of a young man, Ali Achmat Fiarmansyah aka Iyan (20), who took place last Saturday at Lapangan Banteng, Central Jakarta.
Middle Jakarta Deputy Police Chief Akbp Arie Ardian Rishadi said, from the results of the investigation, that the prosecution began when Iyan came to the Flona exhibition at Banteng Square on Friday (08/17/2018) around 9:30 PM. Iyan's suspicion was considered suspicious, so the Banteng Field Military Command questioned Iyan and immediately took him to the Pamdal Post.
"The victim looked at the exhibition on flora and fauna there, because of the mistrust by the people there, the commander and some parts of the event, the victim was secured at ten o'clock in the afternoon and brought to the pamdal-post . " There was a questioning, "said Arie at the headquarters of the police in Jakarta Center, Tuesday (08/21/2018).
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The violence took place when the pamdal questioned the post. In the pocket of Iyan Rp. 5.4 million that was reportedly the result of theft. The officer asked Iyan to confess. Iyan Kekeh said that the money was his money. This upset the officers and began maltreatment. Iyan's face and body were beaten, kicked and burned with cigarette butts.
At that moment Iyan & # 39; s hand was bound.
On Saturday (08/18/2018), at 3 o'clock in the morning, Iyan was taken off the post and handcuffed to a wooden chair. At 10:00 the pamdal contacted the DKI Jakarta Social Service officer.
The Dinsos official then brought Iyan to the Bina Insan Bangun Daya Social Institution, Jalan Kembangan Raya, West Jakarta with injuries.
"After that, the victim was wanted by his family, presumably the victim was the victim of abuse and reported to the police.We immediately conducted research and investigations.The victim was treated and has now returned home," said Arie.
Ali Achmat Fiarmansyah alias Iyan reported on the persecution he had undergone in the Central Jakarta police station.
The persecution resulted in his bruised face and his whole body contained scars of cigarette butts. Iyan was accused of theft because officers found millions of rupiah out of his pocket.
Iyan denied that the money was the result of theft. Iyan said the money came from the hard work to sell plastic bottles and cardboard for years.