Indonesia: Full justice? Military trials in Irian Jaya
In April 1995 serious human rights violations in Irian Jaya were committed by military personnel. A military inquiry into the violations led to the trial and conviction of four members of the Indonesian Armed Forces (ABRI) in February 1996. AI has concerns about the nature of the military investigation, the trials of the four soldiers and the fact that no one has been brought to account for other recorded abuses in Irian Jaya.
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