Habib Bahar Detained, West Java Police: In the Interest of Investigation

Habib Bahar bin Smith arrived at the West Java Regional Police to fulfill the investigator’s summons, Monday (3/1) afternoon. Photo: Nur Fidhiah Shabrina/JPNN.com.

jpnn.com, BANDUNG – Habib Bahar bin Smith was detained by the West Java Regional Police after being named a suspect for spreading false news, Monday (3/1) night.

Habib Bahar was arrested after undergoing an examination for approximately 10 hours at the West Java Police Headquarters.

In addition to Habib Bahar, West Java Police investigators also named TR as a suspect and immediately arrested him.

TR is the uploader of Bahar Smith’s lecture videos to social media.

“BS (Bahar Smith) was raised to a suspect status. For the purposes of the investigation, the investigators made arrests and proceeded with the arrests for the purposes of the investigation,” said Dirreskrimsus West Java Police Kombes Arief Rachman at the West Java Police Headquarters, Soekarno-Hatta Street, Bandung City, Monday. (3/1) night.

The middle-ranking officer of the National Police said that in this case investigators have found two strong pieces of evidence to raise the status of a suspect against Mr Bahar Smith.

“Investigators have at least obtained two valid pieces of evidence in accordance with Article 184 of the Criminal Code, and supported by evidence that is used as a basic tool to determine someone as a suspect,” said Arief as quoted by Antara. jabar.jpnn.com.

In this case, Bahar Smith was charged with Article 14 Paragraph 1 and 2 of Law Number 1 of 1946 concerning the Juncto Criminal Law Regulation Article 55 of the Criminal Code, and or Article 15 of Law Number 1 of 1946 concerning the Juncto Criminal Law Regulation Article 55 of the Criminal Code, and or Article 28 Paragraph 2 Juncto Article 45a of the Law on Information and Electronic Transactions (ITE) Juncto Article 55 of the Criminal Code.

Habib Bahar was detained by the West Java Regional Police after being named a suspect for spreading false news, Monday (3/1) night.

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