Report – By Fedina S. Sundaryani in Jakarta
There was a long silence when a senior prosecutor with the Attorney General?s Office (AGO) brought up his experiences leading three separate executions of death-row convicts during an interview last week.
The prosecutor, a former head of the North Maluku Prosecutor’s Office identified only by the initials AK, said the task he was assigned to was not something to be proud of.
“I have buried those dark memories,” AK, whose credentials also include the position of deputy head of the Jakarta Prosecutor’s Office, said. Read more »