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Author Tanter, Richard.

Title Masters of Terror : Indonesia's Military and Violence in East Timor.

Imprint Lanham : Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, 2006.

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Description 1 online resource (471 pages).
Series World Social Change
World social change.
Contents WORLD SOCIAL CHANGE -- Series Editor: Mark Selden; Title Page; Copyright Page; Table of Contents; List of Tables; Foreword; Acknowledgments; Abbreviations; Select Chronology; List of Major Incidents: East Timor, 1999; Chapter 1 -- Introduction; The 1999 Terror; The Official Documentation of Terror; Tracking the Terrorists; Intelligence on Terror: A Right of Access; Indonesia's Sham Trials; Terror and Justice after September 11, 2001; The Indonesian Verdicts: "Just one percent above a joke"; Notes; Chapter 2 -- Masters of Terror: The Indonesian Findings; Who Then Is Responsible?; Laying the Blame.
Investigators Dug DeepNotes; Chapter 3 -- Full Report of the Investigative Commission into Human Rights Violations in East Timor; Introduction; Links Between the Civil and Military Government Apparatuses and the Armed Civilian Groups; The Pattern of Violation of Basic Human Rights: Crimes against Humanity; Cases of Note (January-October 1999); Description of Victims and Perpetrators; Conclusions and Recommendations; Chapter 4 -- The Key Suspects: An Introduction; An Expanded List; Sources; Ranking the Suspects; Preliminary Findings; Notes.
Chapter 5 -- Crimes against Humanity in East Timor in 1999: The Key SuspectsColonel (Inf) Anwar (2) -- Commander of the Intelligence Task Force (Satuan Tugas Intelijen, SGI), Dili; Lieutenant General Djamari Chaniago (2) -- Kostrad commander; Major General (Inf) Adam Rahmat Damiri (T, A, K, D) -- Commander of the Udayana military region, which includes East Timor; Lieutenant General (ret.) Prabowo Subianto Djojohadikusumo (Background only) -- Former commander, Kopassus and Kostrad; Major General (ret.) H.R. Garnadi (K) -- Assistant Coordinating Minister I (Feisal Tanjung)/Home Affairs.
Eurico Barros Gomes Guterres (T, A K) -- Aitarak militia commander, Dili deputy commander, militia umbrella organization PPI; Lieutenant General (ret.) Abdullah Mahmud Hendropriyono [Hendro Priyonol (1) -- Transmigration and Resettlement Minister; Brigadier General (Inf) Amirul Isnaeni (D) -- Deputy Assistant for Security to the Army Chief of Staff (Waaspam KSAD); deputy martial law administrator, East Timor (September 1999); Brigadier General (Inf) Glenny Kairupan (D) -- Officer in TNI Headquarters without clear job description.
Colonel (Inf) Irwan Kusnadi (D) -- Commander, combat Sector A (eastern sector)Colonel (Inf) Gerhan Lentara (1) -- Commander, 17th Airborne Brigade (Brigif Linud 17); Martial law commander, Dili sector, September 9-27, 1999; Lieutenant General Johny Josephus Lumintang (K) -- Deputy Army Chief of Staff (Wakasad); Major General Zacky Anwar Makarim (T, K, D) -- Security adviser to Indonesian Government task force P3TT; Major General Mochtar Ma'ruf (2) -- Former Chief of Social and Political Affairs (Kassospol); possibly general without posting in TNI Headquarters in 1999.
Rear Admiral Yoost F. Mengko (2) -- Intelligence Assistant to Chief of General Staff (Asintel Kasum).
Summary The terror campaign by pro-Indonesian armed groups before, during, and after East Timor's independence referendum in 1999 was a blatant challenge to the international community as many of the acts of murder, political intimidation, destruction, and mass deportation took place before the eyes of the world. Yet still the ultimate responsibility has been denied and obscured. Masters of Terror provides an authoritative analysis and documentation of the brutal operations carried out by the Indonesian army and its East Timorese allies. The authors carefully assemble detailed accounts of the a.
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Subject Indonesia. Tentara Nasional -- Political activity.
Indonesia. Tentara Nasional.
Political violence -- Timor-Leste.
Human rights -- Timor-Leste.
Political atrocities -- Timor-Leste.
Indonesia -- Politics and government -- 1998-
Timor-Leste -- Politics and government.
Chronological Term Since 1998
Genre/Form Electronic books.
Added Author Ball, Desmond.
Klinken, Van Gerry.
Bourchier, David.
Ham, KPP.
Kammen, Douglas.
Klinken, Gerry Van.
McDonald, Hamish.
Other Form: Print version: Tanter, Richard. Masters of Terror : Indonesia's Military and Violence in East Timor. Lanham : Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, ©2006 9780742538344
ISBN 9781461640042 (electronic bk.)
1461640040 (electronic bk.)