BREAKING NEWS! West Java Police Name Habib Bahar a Suspect and Immediately Detained


Suara.com – The West Java Regional Police have officially named Habib Bahar bin Smith as a suspect in the hate speech case. In addition to being named a suspect, investigators also immediately detained Habib Bahar.

The news was known by uploading the status of Habib Bahar’s lawyer, Ichwan Tuankotta. In his statement, he wrote, “HBS after the witness examination was completed, his status was immediately raised to a suspect and he was given a detention letter,” wrote Ichwan as quoted by Suara.com, Monday (3/1/2022).

When re-confirmed about this, Ichwan said he would convey in detail through a press conference. The plan, a press conference will be held on Tuesday (4/1/2022).

“Tomorrow we will have a press conference about this,” he said briefly.

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Habib Bahar was previously present to meet the summons of the West Java Police investigators. He emphasized that he would not be absent from the investigator’s summons.

“I have never been absent from calls from ancient times until now. I, as a citizen, I fulfill the call, I am cooperative,” said Habib Bahar at the West Java Regional Police, Monday (3/1/2022).

At that time, Habib Bahar had said that if he was immediately detained after being questioned, it would be proof that democracy in this country had died.

“I want to say that if I am arrested later if I do not leave the room or I am in prison, I will say that this form of democracy is dead in our beloved Republic of Indonesia, why? , but not processed at all,” he said.

He then reminded his followers not to be afraid to speak the truth. Because, he also claims to be willing to die for it.

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“For me, for the sake of Islam, the nation, for the sake of the people, for the sake of Indonesia.

“Remember that, if I am arrested or imprisoned, it means that justice is dead in our country, democracy is dead,” concluded Habib Bahar.


Source: Suara.com by www.suara.com.

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