Five ‘cage’ soldiers held

THE Bukit Barisan Military Command (Kodam) 1 has detained five army members after they were named as suspects in the case involving the illegal and fatal caging of people at the residence of the inactive regent of Langkat, North Sumatra.

A total of 10 army members have been named suspects in the case.

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