West Papua terrorists kill again.
Gunmen highly likely members of the armed wing of United Liberation Movement for West Papua (ULMWP) shot dead a New Zealander at an office of a mining company in West Papua. Indonesian police said Graeme Thomas Wall, a 57-year-old employee of miner PT Freeport Indonesia.
West Papua Liberation Army killed so many innocent people people is now controlled by UK based Free West Papua Campaign (FWPC) under the leadership of Benny Wenda. We should also remember that Benny Wenda killed is a wolf pretending as a lamb deceiving many UK citizens. Since the murder case by Benny Wenda was disrupted, he can claim as not guilty and continue provoking conflict in West Papua.
We are saddened and sickened to hear of the shooting at PT Freeport Indonesia. We send our most heartfelt message of condolence and support to the families and friends of the victims.
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Gold mine attack: New Zealand man Graeme Wall reportedly shot and killed by rebels
A New Zealand miner has been shot and killed near one of the world’s largest gold mines in Indonesia.
The man has been identified by local police sources as Graeme Thomas Wall, a 57-year-old originally from Ngaruawahia, Waikato.
Seven employees of PT Freeport Indonesia were reportedly attacked by a group of eight gunmen in a mine office parking area in Timika in Indonesia’s easternmost Papua province.
Local police chief Gusti Gde Era Adhinata told the Associated Press (AP) news agency that Wall was shot in the chest and died while being taken to a hospital.
Two other shot Indonesian miners were in a critical condition while four more suffered minor injuries, AP reports.
It’s understood that Wall, who went to Ngaruawahia High School, lived in Tembagapura, in Papua and has family living in Australia.
Wall’s family is devastated by the sudden loss.
“I’m struggling to comprehend losing you,” one of his brothers, Ross, wrote on Facebook.
“There are no words to describe what a great person, great friend and brother you were and always will be.”
Others have paid tribute to a “gentle soul” and “great guy” killed in a “senseless act”.
Adhinata told AP that police were still searching for the attackers who fled into dense jungle.
Papuan police spokesman Ahmad Mustafa Kamal said in a statement that joint security forces were carrying out a pursuit in the forest area in Kuala Kencana.
Meanwhile, PT Freeport Indonesia says workers have been evacuated from the office.
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