Alleged JAD Member Arrested in North Kalimantan

Lukman Diah Sari    •    04 Januari 2018 12:58 WIB
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Alleged JAD Member Arrested in North Kalimantan
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Jakarta: The National Police's Special Detachment 88 (Densus 88) has arrested a man who allegedly assisted Indonesian citizens to join Philippine militant groups.

Reza Nurjamil was caught in North Kalimantan on New Year's eve. He was then brought to the local police station for further questioning.

"It is still being processed in North Kalimantan," said the National Police spokesperson Inspector General Setyo Wasisto in South jakarta on Thursday morning.

RN is reported as Jamaah Anshorut Daulah (JAD) member from Tasikmalaya. He is suspected as JAD operator  in Nunukan.

"We have about 7 days to gather pieces of evidence," The National Police official added.