Laksma Julius’ explanation about Kopaska members being beaten by Bekasi thugs, Oalah

The situation when a number of thugs apologized to Indonesian Navy soldiers who they stabbed in the Buna Bhakti Village area, Babelan, Bekasi Regency, Friday (16/9). Photo: Instagram/bekasigue_

jpnn.comJAKARTA – Head of the Navy Information Service (Kadispenal) First Admiral of the TNI, Julius Widjojono, spoke about the case of five thugs harassing Indonesian Navy soldiers in Buna Bhakti Village, Babelan, Bekasi Regency.

Julius also confirmed the events that occurred on Friday (16/9) afternoon.

“They (thugs) do not know that in the car members of the Navy,” said Julius to reporters, Monday (19/9).

Julius also confirmed that the TNI AL soldier who was caught was a member of Kopaska (Command of Frog Troops).

The five thugs have been secured to the Mapolsek Babelan and the case ended peacefully.

“It’s been reconciled,” said Julius.

It is known that the incident went viral on social media.

The video circulating showed a number of thugs initially stopping a car that was passing under the toll road, in the Kampung Buna Bhakti area.

Kadispenal First Admiral Julius Widjojono spoke about the case of thugs harassing Indonesian Navy soldiers in Buna Bhakti Village, Babelan, Bekasi Regency

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