Is it true that the Dawet seller’s testimony at the Kanjuruhan Stadium?


Suara.com – The world of social media was shocked by the recording of the voices of women claiming to be sellers of dawet at the Kanjuruhan stadium, Malang.

The voice recording has been widely circulated on social media networks and claims to be a witness to the Kanjuruhan tragedy on Saturday (04/10/2022).

The mother admitted that she was selling at gate 3 of the stadium when the tragic incident took place.

He gave a number of testimonies, that water gas was not a problem. But the mother actually claimed that at that time there was a commotion between the fans.

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Not only that, the mother who claimed to be a dawet seller also said that many fans were drunk because they smelled of alcohol.

So is this claim true?

Explanation

Based on search Suara.comthe testimony of the mother who claimed to be the seller of the dawet turned out to be wrong or not true.

In fact, the fans, especially Aremania, stated that there was no woman selling dawet at the scene.

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The Aremania came and searched the Kanjuruhan stadium area, but could not find the women selling the dawet.

David Rizal, a journalist for Liputan 6, also tried to find the whereabouts of the dawet seller around the stadium.

A vendor at the stadium interviewed by David also stated that the dawet seller’s mother did not exist at all and was called a hoax.

The merchant immediately pointed out the location of door 3 of the Kanjuruhan stadium and no riots occurred because the iron door was still intact.

“There are no dawet sellers, there aren’t any. Hoax,” said the merchant.

Conclusion

Based on the explanation above, the news about the women selling dawet at the Kanjuruhan stadium is wrong.

The information that has been spread is classified as a hoax.

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