execution of criminal drug second wave will begin immediately
JAKARTA, KOMPAS.com - Attorney General has announced that the second wave of executions will begin immediately. As confirmed on Thursday, 23/04/2015), Head of the Legal Information Center Attorney General Tony Tribagus Spontana said, writ of execution has been submitted to the Attorney General for General Crimes prosecutor executor.
However, the AGO has yet to announce exactly when the execution will be carried out. Because the Prosecutor is still awaiting the decision of the Supreme Court on the petition of reconsideration (PK) filed a death row inmate from Indonesia, Zainal Abidin. (Read: Command Execution of Convicted Dead Already Received executor)
The following names 10th death row inmate who was included in the second wave of executions:
1. Andrew Chan (Australia), 2. Myuran Sukumaran (Australia).
Andrew Chan and Myuran Sukumaran was arrested at Ngurah Rai, Badung, Bali in 2005. They tried to smuggle 8.3 kg of heroin to Bali with his gang of nine people. Therefore, they are referred to syndicate "Bali Nine".
The syndicate comprises nine Australian citizens aged 18-28 years old when they were arrested in Bali, April 2005. In addition to Andrew and Myuran, other members are Si Yi Chen, Michael Czugaj, Renae Lawrence, Tan Duc Thanh Nguyen, Matthew Norman, Scott Rush and Martin Stephens. Andrew and Myuran sentenced to death in 2006.
While seven others acquire sentences ranging between 20 years to life. (Read: Australia Requested Be More Polite Related Duo "Bali Nine")
3. Raheem Agbaje Salami (Nigeria). Raheem was arrested at Juanda Airport in 1999, as caught carrying 5.2 kilograms of heroin. Nigerian citizen was prosecuted and sentenced to death immediately. Once the decision is legally enforceable, he filed a clemency on September 11, 2008.
The clemency new answers down seven years later that it was rejected. Some time ago Raheem sued the clemency rejection. However, the State Administrative Court rejecting the lawsuit.
4. Zainal Abidin. He is the only person sentenced to death from Indonesia to be executed AGO in this second wave. Zainal was previously arrested at his home in Palembang on December 21, 2000, as a result of the illicit drug possession case of marijuana weighing 58.7 kilograms. (Read: "If it's been Sentenced to Death, Turns One, Who Can Restore Lives?")
Tony Spontana said that the AGO has gained signal rejection PK filings made Zainal. In addition because there is no new evidence (Novum), the rejection was due to the clemency petition filed Zainal has rejected the president. Denial of clemency decision was out on January 2, 2015 through Presidential Decree No. 2 / G 2015.
5. Serge Areski Atlaoui (France). Serge Areski Atlaoui involved in plant operations ecstasy and shabu-shabu in Cikande, Tangerang, with evidence seized 138.6 kilograms form of methamphetamine, 290 kilograms of Ketamine, and 316 drum precursor on November 11, 2005.
Filing clemency was rejected by President Serge done through Presidential Decree (Decree) No. 35 / G 2014. He then filed a PK for the first time since it was decided to put to death by the Supreme Court in 2007.
PK has been filed by the lawyer Serge on February 10, 2015 to the Tangerang District Court and the first session was held on March 11, 2015. The panel of judges, chaired Indri Murtini reject the submission of new witnesses by Atlaoui because there is no new evidence in the case.
There are 12 defendants in cases involving Sergei, where nine of whom have been sentenced to death in the Supreme Court. Continued ... read: It Will Convict Executed 10 Dead
JAKARTA, KOMPAS.com - The government will carry out the execution of 10 death row inmates in the near future. The Center for Legal Information Tribagus Spontana Attorney General Tony said, a warrant of execution has been handed over to the young prosecutor general criminal prosecutor executor.
The following is a brief description of the case of death row inmates. This news is a continuation of the previous news entitled "It Will Convict Executed 10 Off (Part 1)"
6. Rodrigo Gularte (Brazil). Rodrigo was arrested on July 31, 2004 at Soekarno-Hatta Airport, Tangerang, Banten. Rodrigo was caught smuggling 19 kilograms of heroin in the sled when arrested. He was convicted by the Tangerang District Court on February 7, 2005 and clemency was rejected on January 5, 2015.
Rodrigo case enough to get serious attention from human rights activists. Because, Rodrigo called a psychiatric disorder that is considered not worthy of execution. (Read: AGO Considered Premature Death Convicts Conclude Psycho WN Brazil)
Based on the results of the examination at the General Hospital of Cilacap, Rodrigo sentenced to suffer from a chronic mental disorder with a diagnosis of paranoid schizophrenia and psychotic bipolar disorder.
Based on the medical records of doctors who deal with psychiatric Rodrigo, the color of the Brazilian state psychiatric disorder since 1982 and sentenced to suffer a nervous breakdown in the brain.
The disorder causes Rodrigo lost the capacity to judge something correctly or incorrectly and ignore the consequences of his actions.
Prasetyo HM Attorney General asserted that death row inmates who have a mental disorder will remain undergo execution. He said, there are no specific rules governing the execution of people with mental disorders.
7. Silvester Obiekwe Nwaolise alias Mustafa. Nigerian national was arrested in 2003 by the Directorate of Drugs Police Headquarters for smuggling 1.2 kilograms of heroin into Indonesia and subsequently sentenced to death by the Tangerang District Court.
Petition for clemency has been rejected by Decree 11 / G 2015. Silvester known to have been twice arrested by the National Narcotics Agency (BNN) for control of drug trafficking in prisons, namely on 27 November 2012, when inhabiting Batu Prison, reclaiming, and on January 29 2015 when the White Sand inhabit prisons, reclaiming.
8. Martin Anderson aka Belo (Ghana). According to the data Attorney General, Martin was arrested in 2003 at his home in Kelapa Gading, Jakarta. He was arrested for possession of 50 grams of heroin. He was sentenced to death since the trial court until the appeal is reinforced by the decision of the Jakarta High Court in 2004.
Early March, Martin filed a reconsideration for the first time after clemency was rejected. He was present at the inaugural session, accompanied by an interpreter. Before getting into the courtroom, Martin said, he was not a dealer or a city as far reported. He also said that there is injustice against him.
At that time, he was arrested along with others who just sentenced to less than 5 years, whereas he was sentenced to death.
Filing reconsideration considered irrelevant by the judge. Therefore, Martin has filed a clemency which means that the convict had admitted his guilt. In addition, the judge also considered the petition filed by Martin just an attempt to buy time so that PK submitted later rejected.
9. Okwudili Oyatanze (Nigeria). The man born in 1970 involved cases of smuggling 1.1 kilograms of heroin. He was caught at the Soekarno-Hatta Airport on January 28, 2001.
Tangerang District Court on August 13, 2001 death sentences against Okwudili. The decision was reinforced by the Banten High Court on October 25, 2011, and the decision of the Supreme Court of Cassation on August 28, 2002.
Okwudili had filed a petition for clemency to the President, but the request was rejected. Clemency be rejected through Presidential Decree No. 14 / G, dated February 5, 2015.
10. Mary Jane Fiesta Veloso (Philippines). Mary Jane is a citizen of the Philippines who was arrested in Adi Sucipto Airport, Yogyakarta, on April 25, 2010, due to smuggle 2.6 kilograms of heroin.
He was found guilty by the Yogyakarta Sleman District Court on October 11, 2010. Sleman District Court sentenced him to death for Mary Jane proven violating Article 114 paragraph 2 of Law No. 35 Year 2009 on Narcotics.
Sleman District Court ruling on the verdict Mary Jane is also reinforced by the decision of the High Court appeal Yogyakarta on December 23, 2010 and the decision of the Supreme Court on May 31, 2011.
Clemency petition submitted Mary Jane has been rejected by the President through Presidential Decree No. 31 / G dated December 31, 2014. Some time ago, the Supreme Court (MA) also rejected the submission PK filed by Mary Jane.
JAKARTA, KOMPAS.com - The process of execution of death row inmates in drug cases a matter of time. Today, Thursday (04/23/2015), the team executing prosecutors have received the warrant of execution.
"A warrant of execution has been handed over to prosecutors Jampidum executor," said Head of Information Law Attorney General, Tony Tribagus Spontana.
Nevertheless, there can be certain when the execution would take place. Because the Attorney General's Office is still awaiting the Supreme Court's decision on reconsideration submitted on death row from Indonesia, Zainal Abidin.
Tony continued, if later the Supreme Court rejected the proposed PK Zainal then Attorney General will immediately execute death row inmates were. It also followed news of the rejection of the proposed PK Sergei Atloui, a French citizen, and Martin Anderson, a citizen of Ghana who entered the list of the execution of the second wave.
"If it is rejected (Zainal), meant to be complete ten people," he said.