Neil Bantleman and Ferdinant Tjiong REARRESTED.
Supreme Court Overturns High Court Acquittal.

Lawyers will now file Judicial Review for Neil, Ferdi and the innocent cleaners who are now all behind bars again. Please watch.
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In March 2014, the mother of a kindergarten child attending the Jakarta Intercultural School in Indonesia claimed that her son had been raped by school janitorial staff during the school day. Six outsourced cleaning staff were arrested. Four men, who did not have legal counsel, were forced to sign confessions, the lone female, who had legal counsel, did not confess. One of the male cleaner’s died SUSPICIOUSLY during questioning (his death is currently being investigated as evidence of POLICE torture and tactics to EXTRACT CONFESSIONS has come to light) All the cleaner’s subsequently retracted their confessions in court. However, despite this, and a lack of concrete medical or forensic evidence to support the mother’s claim her son was raped, the cleaner’s were sentenced to 7-8 years in prison on December 22nd, 2014.

Before the cleaner’s trial even began, the allegations of abuse widened. At the same time the mother raised her lawsuit against JIS from $12.5 to $125 million USD. School administrator Neil Bantleman (Canadian), and assistant teacher Ferdinant Tijong (Indonesian) were named as additional suspects after the mother realized the school was not legally responsible for the alleged actions of outsourced employees. In her quest to secure monetary compensation for perceived abuse, she persuaded other parents to join her plan to extort money from the school. Implicating teachers in the case was her means to this end.

Bantleman and Tjiong were unlawfully detained in July 2014, held without charge for months, then convicted on April 2, 2015 after a four month judicial debacle. Both were sentenced to 10 years in prison.

Appeals were filed. On August 10th, the High Court acquitted Neil and Ferdi and they were released from jail on August 14th. The civil case against the school (the mother seeking US$125 million) was rejected on August 10th but the mother appealed, albeit late, and the case is now being reviewed by the High Court.

Neil and Ferdi were not allowed to leave the country until the state prosecutors appealed their High Court acquittal to the Supreme Court. On February 24th, 2016 the Supreme Court decided to grant the prosecutor’s appeal and have re-sentenced Neil and Ferdi to 11 years in prison plus an additional fine.

Neil, Ferdi and the cleaners are INNOCENT, they have been wrongly accused! Neil and Ferdi are now back in prison alongside the cleaners who lost their appeal at the Supreme Court level. Together, their last hope is to file a Judicial Review in the pursuit of justice.

Inside this website you will find facts about the case, proof of their innocence, worldwide news coverage, the thousands of people worldwide showing their support, as well as a list of ways that you too can help in their fight. Please join the fight for their freedom.

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Recent News Articles

309, 2016

RE-AIRING TONIGHT IN CANADA! Nightmare in Indonesia CBC Fifth Estate

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2708, 2016

New Ambassador of Canada to Indonesia arrives soon!!

August 27th, 2016|Comments Off on New Ambassador of Canada to Indonesia arrives soon!!

Let's FLOOD the Canadian Embassy inbox - WRITE TO THE NEW AMBASSADOR, WELCOME HIM, AND SHARE YOUR CONCERNS ABOUT THE INJUSTICE IN JAKARTA!! One paragraph is all it takes and [...]

Worldwide Support for the Innocent

Thousands around the world are in support of the fight to free Neil and Ferdi

Videos

Foreign Affairs Minister Stéphane Dion says Neil Bantleman’s story isn’t over

March 6th, 2016|Comments Off on Foreign Affairs Minister Stéphane Dion says Neil Bantleman’s story isn’t over

February 25, 2016 - Foreign Affairs Minister Stéphane Dion's full statement to the media On Thursday, Foreign Affairs Minister Stéphane Dion told the media Neil Bantleman’s story isn’t over. Dion said the Canadian government’s only [...]

Believe – Neil Bantleman & Ferdi Tjiong

March 5th, 2016|Comments Off on Believe – Neil Bantleman & Ferdi Tjiong

Published on Jan 25, 2015  Please Like and Share this video on Facebook, Twitter or wherever else. Thanks to everyone involved with making this! Be sure to stay tuned for other video testimonials. "Help bring [...]

CBC: Neil Bantleman’s wife thanks Canadian government for support

February 28th, 2016|Comments Off on CBC: Neil Bantleman’s wife thanks Canadian government for support

CBC investigation exposed serious flaws in case against Ontario man accused of sexually abusing students CBC News Posted: Feb 28, 2016 11:49 AM ET Last Updated: Feb 28, 2016 11:53 AM ET   Neil Bantleman's [...]

Messages from Neil, Ferdi and Families

RE-AIRING TONIGHT IN CANADA! Nightmare in Indonesia CBC Fifth Estate

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ARTROPHY

August 20th, 2016|Comments Off on ARTROPHY

Many of you know, but some may not, that Neil has a hereditary eye condition that impairs his vision quite significantly.  One thing he has always had a passion for [...]

Kawan8 – Friends of the 8 – Indonesian citizens supporting the fight for justice!!

August 5th, 2016|Comments Off on Kawan8 – Friends of the 8 – Indonesian citizens supporting the fight for justice!!

For more information about Kawan8, which translated into english means Friends of the 8, please follow their website and social media links below. If you are an Indonesian citizen or someone [...]

Two Years Too Long Vigils held WORLDWIDE July 14th

July 16th, 2016|Comments Off on Two Years Too Long Vigils held WORLDWIDE July 14th

Vigils to mark the continued unjust incarceration of the innocent took place around the world on July 14th. Two years ago Neil and Ferdi were unjustly detained and they continue to [...]