Jakarta. Jakarta police delivered more than 300 people suspected of being involved in isolated uprisings in Jakarta in May to accuse the prosecution on Friday, after Jakarta prosecutors' office decided to accept 106 cases against them.
"A total of 106 case files have been accepted which we have presented at the Jakarta Public Prosecutor's Office and today we have delivered suspects to prosecutors to begin their legal process," said the Jakarta police spokesman. comr. Argo Yuwono said.
A total of 334 suspected riots were handed over to state prosecutors at the Jakarta police headquarters on Friday. All of them are still in custody by the police.
The riots in some areas of the central and western part of Jakarta, from 21 to 23 May, began when the demonstrations of the supporters of Prabowo Subianto to try to overturn the result of the elections became violent.
Nine people were killed during the riots, but the police are still struggling to find his killers.
People thought to be "intellectual actors" behind the riots were arrested by the police. Some were released on bail, including the former special forces commander of the Sunarko Army.