Sriwijaya Air Incident, Defendant Suffers Acute Psychosis



Petir Garda Bhwana

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  • TEMPO.CO, Jakarta - A series of health tests conducted by the psychiatrist at the Bekora Prison, East Timor, showed that defendant with the initial `CdJ` suffers from acute psychosis. Cdj was the man who tried to crash his motorbike into a Sriwijaya Air aircraft on October 14.

    The Bekora Prison director João Domingos said that psychiatrist Gaspar Quintão examined CdJ two days after he was admitted on October 16. The medical tests results showed CdJ has a mental disorder.

    "According to the medical test results by Gaspar Quintão, defendant CdJ has a mental disorder called Acute Psychosis," Domingos told Tempo in Dili, East Timor.

    CdJ's lawyer has asked the authorities for his client to have a mental health test. Cdj's first interrogation was on October 16. The inspection process proceeded very quickly, and the defendant was immediately taken to Bekora Prison, east of Dili.

    Public prosecutor Lidia Soares sued the defendant for breaching into enclosed properties that are off access to the public. He is also charged with an article on jeopardizing transportation security.

    CdJ is threatened with two to eight years of incarceration. But due to his mental conditions, the defendant will be referred to a psychiatrist for treatment.