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Prabowo bertemu Bacharuddin Jusuf Habibie. Diubah oleh 08brigade Beri apresiasi terhadap thread ini Gan! Bukk komentar berdasarkan tanggal dari yang terlama ke yang terbaru. Urutan komentar berdasarkan tanggal dari yang terbaru ke yang terlama. Halaman 3 dari 7. Anggota Kopassus dan Paspampres kala itu berjubel di jalan yang lebarnya hanya sekitar 6 m.

Namun, personel korps baret merah itu menolak. Mereka hanya mau pindah jika mendapat perintah langsung dari komandannya yang saat itu adalah Danjen Kopassus Mayjen Muchdi PR. Saat itu mereka hanya menuruti perintah agar mengamankan presiden. Pasalnya, saat itu mereka hanya dibekali peluru hampa.

Sementara, personel Kopassus saat itu dilengkapi peluru tajam. Mayjen Endriartono kemudian menghubungi Letjen Sintong Panjaitan meminta agar segera dikirimkan peluru tajam. Letjen Sintong kemudian menghubungi bekas anak buahnya yang saat itu menjabat sebagai Wadanjen Kopassus, Brigjen Idris Besaksi.

Pasukan yang di sini tarik ke sana dan yang di sini tarik ke situ.

Brigjen Gasing lantas bertanya situasi saat itu. Tarik pasukanmu malam ini juga. Brigjen Gasing lantas melaksanakan perintah Letjen Sintong. Daftar Orang yang Masih Hilang: Within 24 hours, the killings dl security forces had sparked savage riots and an anti-Chinese pogrom that turned Jakarta into a war zone, forced out President Suharto and altered the destiny of a nation. From the moment the first rock was thrown and car set alight, Indonesians suspected the riots were more than a spontaneous uprising against an overstaying president.

The nation has a history of violence instigated by shadowy figures who are rarely identified. This time, however, suspects have been charged in connection with the Trisakti shootings. Two police officers are on trial in Jakarta for misconduct – but many Indonesians believe the suspects are scapegoats and that the court martial is part of a larger military cover-up. A month-long Asiaweek investigation, that included interviews with military officers, lawyers, human-rights activists, victims and witnesses, suggests that the Trisakti shootings, the riots that followed and the rapes of Chinese women were indeed planned.

Among the evidence uncovered in the investigation: If the riots were orchestrated, there had to be a mastermind. His identity badzi never be fully substantiated, but one man has been consistently linked to the violence: Prabowo, a volatile and much-resented officer, is almost too obvious a suspect.

Fadli Zon, a Muslim activist close to Prabowo, says the lieutenant general is a victim of “character assassination. In June his intermediaries told Asiaweek he might consent to an interview.


It hasn’t happened yet. Prabowo is ambitious and he certainly had the means to instigate riots. He had at his call thousands of reckless young men, many of them members of paramilitary organizations known to foment trouble. Hoodlums, gangsters, paramilitaries, youth groups – call them what you will. Some, like Pemuda Pancasila, are well established and led by retired officers. Military sources suspect other organizations involved in the riots are no more than local rackets headed by thugs recruited from the provinces and set loose in the capital.

Wiranto, would be unable to restore order. Suharto, in Egypt at the time, bersakzi have had to declare martial law. As chief besraksi Kostrad, a key combat-ready unit, Prabowo would have been the only one able to take charge.

Others say he wanted to impress Suharto by sowing chaos – and then proving he could control it. In the end, Prabowo lost his patron and his command.

Prabowo bertemu Bacharuddin Jusuf Habibie

His country lost far more – 1, people dead, as many as women raped, and 40 malls, 2, shophouses and 1, cars looted or destroyed. Ten days that shook Indonesia: This was to be the campus’s first big demonstration.

The participants were among the elite, the sons and daughters of businessmen, bureaucrats, diplomats and military men. On this hot, steamy day, the parking lot, usually filled with Kijangs, Toyotas and Peugeots, was empty. Just before 11 a. They observed a moment of silence, then called on Suharto to step down. They planned to hold a du march” to Parliament. Three Trisakti representatives – Adi Andoyo Sutjipto, dean of the law faculty, Arri Gunarsa, head of campus security, and Julianto Hendro Cahyono, the year-old leader of the student senate – began negotiating with police around 1 p.

Hendro says he called a university lecturer and member of berrsaksi to see if bulu was possible begsaksi the students to meet with a government representative. The students, meanwhile, sat on the street in protest, made speeches, sang the national anthem, refused to retreat.

With rain falling, some put flowers in the rifles of police officers. Finally Hendro heard from the ruling party, Golkar: Twngah one was prepared to meet them. Standing on a table between students and police, he told the disappointed students not to provoke violence. At about 3 p.

Half an hour later his assistant called: The police had threatened to use force if the or so students still on the street did not return to campus. Most students headed back on to campus. Others relaxed on the street or snacked at food stalls alongside the highway. Badsi went to get some bottled water. Some police officers took a break.

Adi Andoyo headed home. The students labeled him an undercover intelligence agent, and began beating the man as he ran the 50 meters to the first police line. He was later identified as Masud, a Trisakti drop-out.

Neither the police nor military claim him as one of their own. Arri and Hendro told the students to remain calm and return to campus. Then at about 4: The students had 15 minutes to get off the streets.


About students refused to retreat and stood at the police barricades. Three or four police officers began taunting them to cross, says Hendro, and the students moved forward, but no further than their own security line. Police claim buiu on the street turned violent then, but witnesses say the protest seemed to be winding down. The police charged, lobbed tear gas, swung batons and opened fire.

The students ran for cover in nearby buildings and under street stall umbrellas. The police chased them to the Trisakti gates and stopped there. A rubber one struck Hendro in the back outside the student senate office. The students fought back from inside campus, hurling bottles and rocks at the police.

The students were convinced the bullets aimed at them were all rubber. Soldiers and police, both part of the armed ebrsaksi, are trained to follow strict procedures at demonstrations. A standard operation includes four lines of forces: On that day, two police commanders later testified, officers were not issued live ammunition but carried Steyr AUG and SS-1 rifles loaded with three blanks and 12 rubber bullets, plus SS-1s loaded with five tear gas canisters apiece.

But someone did use real bullets.


Witnesses say men on police motorcycles drove onto an overpass that runs parallel to the toll road and the university. They were bukku uniforms of the Police Mobile Brigade. Later, two military officers told the Human Rights Commission that a week before the demonstration, four members of the motorcycle unit went missing, along with their uniforms.

Whoever the men on the flyover were, they used real bullets and shot to kill; the four were hit in the head, neck, chest and back between 5: Most of the victims were facing police, throwing rocks. Arri drove Hendriawan Sie, 20, the first victim, to the nearby Sumber Waras hospital. Hendriawan was shot in the neck just inside the campus gates. He bled to death during the ride.

Elang Mulya Lesmana, 19, was shot in the chest and died on campus; Hafidhin Royan, 21, was shot in the head and died at the hospital; Hery Hartanto, 21, was shot in the back as he stopped to wash tear gas from his eyes and died on campus.

The bullet that killed him, according to tengahh and a source close to the military, was a 5. Extracted from Hartanto’s exhumed body June 7, the bullet is the only evidence suggesting police were not responsible. Students heard sporadic shooting from 6 to 7 p.