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Canada can’t intervene in JIS ruling: Govt

2016-06-25T07:00:30+00:00 Jakarta News, Jakarta Post|

  Jakarta | Wed, June 22 2016 | 06:51 pm Former Jakarta Intercultural School employees Neil Bentleman (left) and Ferdinant Tjiong wait for a court hearing at the South Jakarta District Court on April 3, 2015. Bantleman and Tjiong were initially each sentenced to 10 years in prison and fined Rp 100 million for sexual [...]

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Jakarta Post: New evidence expected to turn tables on JIS case

2016-12-28T16:47:32+00:00 Jakarta Post, News|

Indra Budiari, The Jakarta Post, Jakarta | Headlines | Sat, February 27 2016, 8:41 AM  Based on Indonesian law, a judicial review is the last legal option available to challenge a court decision and could be used if the previous verdict had been made based on counterfeit evidence, or if the justice committed an error [...]

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Greater Jakarta: Kompolnas probing cops who handled JIS case

2015-07-15T17:48:11+00:00 Jakarta Post|

The Jakarta Post, Jakarta | June 11 2015 | 7:44 AM The National Police Commission (Kompolnas) is investigating the police officers who handled the controversial child sexual abuse case involving the Jakarta Intercultural School (JIS). “We have received inquiries from the public about alleged irregularities by law enforcers in processing the case. We have investigated [...]

Editorial: Questionable Verdict

2016-12-28T16:47:38+00:00 Jakarta Post|

No one argues that sexual abuse — particularly when victims are minors — is not a serious crime. Unfortunately, Thursday’s verdicts on two teaching staff at the Jakarta Intercultural School (JIS) have failed to set a good precedent in the fight against sexual abuse, as many have questioned the legal process. On Thursday, the [...]

Editorial: Questionable verdict

2015-06-11T05:56:37+00:00 Jakarta Post, News|

The Jakarta Post | Editorial | Sat, April 04 2015, 10:06 AM No one argues that sexual abuse — particularly when victims are minors — is not a serious crime. Unfortunately, Thursday’s verdicts on two teaching staff at the Jakarta Intercultural School (JIS) have failed to set a good precedent in the fight against sexual [...]