Indonesia: Johan Teterissa and other Malukan prisoners of conscience cruelly held thousands of miles away from home
On 29 June 2007 Johan Teterissa and 22 other men were arrested and subsequently jailed for taking part in a peaceful demonstration in Ambon, the capital city of Maluku province, eastern Indonesia. Amnesty International believes they should not have spent a single day in prison and calls on the Indonesian authorities to immediately and unconditionally release Johan Teterissa and all other prisoners of conscience in Indonesia.
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