Army Bullets in Rebels’ Guns
Pro-independence militias bought ammunition from the Indonesian Military. Some of the weapons are suspected from the Philippines and Thailand.
USING the alias Ananias Yalek, Senat Soll switched to being an ammunition dealer. This soldier of the infantry battalion 754/ENK sold 155 bullets to Ruben Wakla, 20, a resident of the Dekai district in the Papuan regency of Yahukimo in September. Total price of the bullets was Rp20 million, or around Rp129,000 for each bullet.
Ruben, a sympathizer of the National Committee for West Papua (Komite Nasional Papua Barat)—an organization campai...