Chief of Police: Heart of Terrorist Network in High Risk Prison

By : Herry Barus And Aldo Bella Putra | Saturday, December 23 2017 - 18:00 IWST

Kapolri Jendral Pol Tito Karnavian (Foto Ist)
Kapolri Jendral Pol Tito Karnavian (Foto Ist)

INDUSTRY.co.id - Cilacap - National Police Chief Gen Pol Tito Karnavian says prison in Nusakambangan, Cilacap "high risk" is for terrorist convicts who are the "heart of the network".

"I see the facility here, I think if it is run properly it could be 'Super Maximum Security' this could be 'high risk prisoner' and this we need to put the terrorism case for the heart of the network," said Tito after a visit to Lapas Batu and Lapas Pasir White, Nusakambangan, Cilacap, Friday (22/12/2017) Together with Minister of Justice and Human Rights (Menkumham), Yassona Laoly and Deputy Eradication of National Narcotics Agency (BNN), Inspector General Pol Arman Depari.

This means that high-risk prisons exist for terrorist networks and some have drug networks.The terrorist network is in the core, supporting operations and sympathizers, he said.

"Here they are the core, those who are the heart of the tissue.When they want to weaken the network, this heart is what we will take, this heart is transferred in the 'maximum security prisoner' so as not to have an outside world relationship," said Tito.

But the "high risk" prison is still human, there are still family meetings, only nuclear families such as wives, husbands and children, he said.

"I think it's good to be the management of the personnel, here's the minister of discussion one of them this place so the 'test case' for the new just want to ride the promotion up here.If in the police we put in conflict area.It may be another factor here I suggest given performance allowances, "said Chief of Police as quoted by Antara.

Meanwhile, while reviewing the White Sand prison, Tito met with one of the inmates Iwan Rois who captured in 2004, when Tito served as the Special Detachment (Densus) 88 Antiteror.

"In the case of the Australian Embassy bombing, we arrested alive behind IPB Bogor, when we were captured in a backpack with bombs and firearms," ​​said Tito.

The National Police chief says this is the same nostalgia he once captured. "He said this is nostalgic but different fate," he said.

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