Indonesian Human Right Commission: There is No Missing CCTV Footage of the Kanjuruhan Stadium Tragedy

- 21 October 2022 18:58 WIB
Komas HAM Commissioner, M Choirul Anam. (Photo/pmjnews/fajar)
Komas HAM Commissioner, M Choirul Anam. (Photo/pmjnews/fajar)

JAKARTADAILY.ID – Indonesian Human Rights Commission (Komnas HAM) is still investigating the Kanjuruhan Stadium tragedy. Komas HAM Commissioner M Choirul Anam said that based on Komnas Ham's temporary investigation, no CCTV footage has been deleted.

The results were obtained after Komnas HAM conducted an in-depth investigation on the technicians and the Malang Regency Youth and Sports Service.

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"Is there anything that is invisible or deleted? We see that everything is there, so nothing is deleted," said Choirul Anam in a press release, Friday, October 21, 2022.

Although according to Choirul nothing was deleted, he admitted that there were technical problems with 16 CCTV points leading to the parking location which were called blank or there was no recording.

"It was said that there was a technical problem related to the camera, there had been a camera change since Friday by the technician. Only the CCTV settings had not been completed until the D-day of the match," he said.

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"So that when it’s recording, (the CCTV) sometimes it works, sometimes it doesn't. Because of that there is IT synchronization and so on, technically it's a problem," he said.

Meanwhile, the East Java Regional Police have examined at least 80 witnesses related to the Kanjuruhan Stadium Tragedy. All witnesses who have been examined were carried out within two weeks.

The Head of the Public Relations Division of the National Police, Inspector General Dedi Prasetyo, said that the 80 witnesses also included expert witnesses who were also examined.

"From investigators, nearly 80 witnesses, including additional expert witnesses, were requested today," said Dedi at the East Java Police Headquarters, Thursday, October 20, 2022.

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Dedi said, of the total witnesses who have been examined, 6 witnesses from supporters.

"Including 6 supporters," he added.


Editor: Suksmajati Kumara


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