Hengki Wanmang Death | Hengki Wanmang Obituary – Reports says that the Government security forces in Indonesia’s easternmost Papua province have killed a separatist commander whose group carried out deadly shootings at the Grasberg mine, police said Monday, 17th of August 2020.

Reports says that Hengki Wanmang was a regional commander of the West Papua National Liberation Army (TPNPB) who claimed responsibility for the 30th of March 2020 killing of Graeme Thomas Wall, 57, a New Zealand national working at the Grasberg gold and copper mine operated by U.S.-based Freeport-McMoRan Inc.

Hengki was killed Sunday, 16th of August 2020 during a raid by 196 police and 92 soldiers on a separatist base in Mimika Regency, Papua police chief Paulus Waterpauw told a press conference in the provincial capital of Jayapura on Monday. Reports also says that Security forces also injured three other members of the separatist group, but could not confirm their identities because they escaped into the surrounding forest.

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