Yuris Muda Indonesia – Five members of Pemuda Pancasila were again named as suspects in connection with the beating of a police officer during a demonstration that ended in chaos in front of the DPR Building some time ago.
“We have determined them as suspects and currently undergoing the investigation process there are 5 people,” said the Head of Public Relations of the Polda Metro Jaya Kombes E Zulpan at a press conference, Tuesday (30/11).
This increase in the number of suspects is based on the results of the deepening of CCTV footage at the location and witness statements. Thus, there are a total of six suspects in this case of beating police officers.
As is known, the Head of the Ops Ditlantas Polda Metro Jaya AKBP Dermawan Karosekali became a victim of beatings while on duty to secure the demonstration.
The five PP members who were designated as suspects had different roles. The US suspect played a role in chasing, pulling and hitting the victim with his bare hands.
Then, the suspect WH played a role in provoking, chasing, and hitting the victim. Then, the suspect DH had the role of chasing, hitting, and kicking the victim.
Furthermore, the suspect ACH played a role in hitting the victim with a stick. Finally, the suspect MBK played a role in chasing, pulling, and hitting the victim with his bare hands.
From the hands of the suspects, the police also confiscated a number of pieces of evidence. Among other things, PP mass organizations uniforms, cellphones, ID cards, to a piece of bamboo.
“This uniform is owned by all the suspects, so this suspect is a member of the Pancasila Youth Organization,” said Zulpan.
The five suspects have been arrested. They are subject to Article 170 of the Criminal Code and or Article 212 of the Criminal Code and or Article 216 of the Criminal Code and or Article 218 of the Criminal Code. These articles stipulate as follows:
Article 170 of the Criminal Code
(1) Any person who commits violence against persons or property together in public, shall be sentenced to a maximum imprisonment of five years and six months. (K.U.H.P. 336).
(2) Guilty punished:
1e. with a maximum imprisonment of seven years, if he intentionally damages property or if the violence he commits causes any injury; (K.U.H.P. 406 s, 412).
2e. by a maximum imprisonment of nine years, if the violence causes serious bodily harm; (K.U.H.P. 90).
3e. by a maximum imprisonment of twelve years, if the violence causes the death of a person.
(3) Article 89 does not apply. (K.U.H.P. 336).
Article 212 of the Criminal Code
Any person who by force or threat of violence fights against a civil servant who is carrying out his lawful work, or fights against a person who when assisting a civil servant because of his obligations under the law or at the request of the civil servant, is sentenced, for resistance, to a maximum imprisonment of a period of one year and four months or a fine of not more than Rp. 4,500,- (K.U.H.P. 89, 92, 146 s, 213 s, 335 s, 459 s, 525)
Article 216 of the Criminal Code
(1) Whoever intentionally disobeys orders or demands carried out according to statutory regulations by a civil servant who is obliged to supervise a civil servant who is required or authorized to investigate or examine an act that can be punished, as well as anyone who deliberately prevents; obstructing or thwarting an act committed by one of the civil servants, in carrying out a statutory regulation, is sentenced to a maximum imprisonment of four months and two weeks or a maximum fine of Rp. 9,000,– (K.U.H.P. 92).
(2) What is equated with civil servants as referred to in the first part of the paragraph above is everyone who according to the laws and regulations is always or temporarily obliged to carry out a public work. (K.U.H.P. 92).
(3) If at the time of committing the crime it was not yet 2 years after the previous guilty verdict was made for the same crime, then the sentence may be increased by one third. (K.U.H.P. 92, 218, 221, 511).
Article 218 of the Criminal Code
Any person who, when the crowds deliberately fail to leave immediately after being ordered three times by or on behalf of the competent authority, is punished for intervening in groups, with a maximum imprisonment of four months and two weeks or a maximum fine of Rp. 9000,– (K.U.H.P. 214).
Previously, the Ditreskrimum Polda Metro Jaya had also named 16 PP members as suspects related to the demonstration that led to chaos in front of the DPR Building.
They were charged with the Emergency Law No. 12 of 1951 because they were caught carrying sharp weapons during the demonstration.