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The panel of judges at the East Jakarta District Court sentenced Rizieq Shihab to an IDR20 million fine for the crowd case in Megamendung.
National Police spokesman Sr. Comr. Ahmad Ramadhan explains the findings of white powder and liquid in bottles at the FPI headquarters.
The Indonesian Police have named Munarman, former general secretary of the now-disbanded Islamic Defenders Front (FPI), a terrorist suspect.
Indonesian authorities have arrested Munarman, former general secretary of the now-disbanded Islam Defenders Front (FPI).
Police say that Munarman was arrested under suspicions of mobilizing people and having malicious consensus to commit crimes of terrorism.
Police representative on Wednesday confirms that the two suspects in the case of unlawful killing are still registered as police members.
The National Police named two personnel of the Metro Jaya Police as suspects in the unlawful killing case of six FPI members.
There are indications the trial of Islam Defenders Front leader Rizieq Syihab is rife with interests outside law enforcement.
Police reveal that one of the seven terrorist suspects, members of JAD militant group, arrested in Makassar took oath in FPI headquarters.
Two suspected terrorists who were arrested in Condet and Bekasi had been seen attending the trial of former FPI leader Rizieq Shihab.
Former official of FPI Munarman suspected that there are parties deliberately framing FPI by linking it to the arrest of terrorist suspects in Condet.
Police confiscated several FPI attributes during the arrest of HH, one of the terrorist suspects following the recent bombing in Makassar.
The investigation into the shooting of six FPI members must not stop at the perpetrators on the ground.
One out of three police officers who were incriminated in the unlawful killing of FPI members in late 2020 has reportedly died due to an accident.
Police says that perpetrators responsible for the alleged unlawful killing against six FPI members will be charged with homicide.
The Islamic Brotherhood Front (FPI) Founder Munarman said crowds gathering for Jokowi's visit to NTT could be subject to the Criminal Code.
Former FPI Sec-Gen Munarman denied the accusation that he and FPI supported the Jamaah Ansharut Daulah (JAD) and ISIS.
The former Secretary of DPP FPI Legal Aid, Aziz Yanuar, stated that his party did not know the terrorist suspects.
The dozens of captured suspected terrorists in South Sulawesi consists of several FPI members, police claim.
FPI representatives said the International Criminal Court (ICC) has received the report on the shooting and killings of its members.