Three RI journalists questioned by Malaysian police
Thu, May 10 2012 06:17 | 703 Views
Kuala Lumpur (ANTARA News) - Three Indonesian journalists on Wednesday were questioned by Malaysian Port Dickson police, claiming that the newsmen did not have official permit to make interviews at the location of the country`s three migrant workers death.
"Yes, there are three Indonesian journalists now under Malaysian police`s investigation," spokesman to Indonesian Embassy in Kuala Lumpur Suryana Sastradiredja said here on Wednesday.
He explained the three journalists were arrested for coming to the location where three Indonesian migrant workers were shot dead by the local police recently.
The three migrant workers - Herman, Abdul Kadir Jaelani and Mad Noor - hailed from West Nusa Tenggara and were working on construction projects and oil palm plantations in Malaysia. They were shot in the chest and head on being suspected of intending to commit a robbery.
"The three journalists came to the location with intention to interview local people about the shooting incident," Suryana said.
Untill now, the three journalists are still in Port Dickson police office.
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