Jumat, 22 Juni 2012

Umar Patek 20 Year Prison Sentence

Jakarta - The judges sentenced Umar Patek with imprisonment of 20 years. "Dropping the defendant to imprisonment for 20 years," said the presiding judge, Encep Yuliardi, in a trial in West Jakarta District Court, Thursday, June 21, 2012. Umar Patek be convicted Bali bombing of 2002 and the Christmas Eve bombings in 2000. Patek had been detained since August 17, 2011.

Previously prosecutors demanded life imprisonment. The judges think there are some actions that alleviate Patek. Encep said Patek openly regretted his actions and apologized to the victims and their families.

The judges decided Patek violated Article 15 in conjunction with Article 9 Regulation No. 1 of 2002 established a Law No. 15 of 2003 on Criminal Acts of Terrorism. Patek judges declare guilty of evil and help pemufakatan criminal acts of terrorism, by participating in the activities of the Mojahedin. Patek stated include firearms and ammunition from the Philippines to Indonesia to commit criminal acts of terrorism.

His actions are considered to provide assistance or facilities to the perpetrators of criminal acts of terrorism, Patek who was born on July 20, 1966 it was declared the judges of violating Article 13 letter c of the same statute. Patek valued conceal criminal acts of terrorism-related information.

The judges concluded Patek proven to violate Article 340 in conjunction with Article 55 paragraph 1 of the Criminal Code on murder Planning. In defense of the previous session, Patek said the plan did not agree with the bombings in Bali. He claimed to do so as reluctant to Dulmatin, who thinks a lot of merit. However, the judge explained, the fact remains Patek help with Sawad concocting explosives in a rented house on Jalan Pulau Menjangan, Denpasar, Bali.

In addition, Patek found guilty of violating Article 266 paragraph 1 in conjunction with Article 55 paragraph 1 and paragraph 2 of Article 266 in conjunction with Article 55 paragraph 1, for making passports and other identity, ie birth certificates and identity cards with false identities. Patek using a passport to go to Lahore, Pakistan, with his wife, Rukayah. Patek used the name Anis Alawi Jafar. While using the name of Fatimah Zahra Rukayah.

Patek was found guilty of violating Article 1, paragraph 1 of the Emergency Law Number 12 Year 1951 on Firearms and Explosives, in conjunction with Article 55 paragraph 1 of the Criminal Code. Patek otherwise involved in the Christmas Eve bombings in 2000 in six churches in Jakarta. The sixth church is the Church of Saint Joseph (Matraman), Koinonia Church (Matraman), Cathedral Church (Rice Large), the Anglican Church (Menteng), Canisius Church (Menteng), as well as the Ecumenical Church (Halim). The judges said Patek charcoal shown to sift for explosives in the event.

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