Synopsis: Poso is BURNING! Barrage of violence kept rolling even after the mass conflict in 1998-2001. Bomb explosions, armed robbery, murdered citizens and officials seemed endless. The many nuances of the violence of terror continue to occur without being able to reveal the culprit. Saturday, October 29, 2005, Poso was in uproar again. That morning, there were three bodies of uniformed high school girls found covered in blood, without head, lying on the path Bukit Bambu. Shortly thereafter, the three girls' heads were found in two different places, accompanied by a letter threatening to seek other heads. For residents of Poso Regency in particular, and the Province of Central Sulawesi in general, the incident caused a climax of distrust towards the government, security forces, as well as law enforcement. Fear and despair attacked them. On the national scene, three female genital mutilation events had erupted into a hot issue in the media, Parliament, Government Centre, Komnas HAM, even among the international community. Through the Poso Special Committee, the House of Representatives requested the Coordinating Minister of Politics, Law and Security (Menkopolhukam) and a number of ministers concerned, including the Police and Armed Forces Commander to explain the situation in Poso. Meanwhile, a rumour spread that it was only the 'work' by people in uniform. Given the credibility of the Police and the Government of Indonesia were at stake, the Chief of Police assigned Chief of Detectives (Kabareskrim) to uncover the case and arrest the perpetrators. Kabareskrim formed a Special Task Force. The target was clear: whenever this case should be revealed. It turned out ... This is only the beginning of a full investigation into the risks to the tip of the iceberg of violence. Faced with the reality of chunks of the iceberg hidden under the surface, the investigation became very risky. Task Force members' lives are at stake, because they must deal with a very effective network drives to spread deadly henchmen. I expect this book will motivate all investigators to write their job experience. Interesting and it is plenty of learning for members of the Police. - Police Commissioner General Drs. Bambang Hendarso Danuri, MM Kabareskrim Police I sincerely welcome the publication of this book. Many lessons are very useful and inspiring. - Police Brigadier General Drs. BADRODIN HAITI Chief of Central Sulawesi Regional Police I am proud and put forward an award to the author, who in between the busyness of carrying out his tasks found the time to share his service experience during the Operation of conducting investigations in Poso. - Police General Drs. Sutanto, Chief of Police (http://www.gramediainternational.com/book/detail/9789792237634)
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Book Description Gramedia Pustaka Utama, 2014. Paperback. Book Condition: Brand New. 586 pages. 9.70x6.56x1.32 inches. In Stock. Bookseller Inventory # zk9792237631