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Video: Fantasy Showdown — Bristol

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Court finds activists guilty of treason for holding Papuan self-determination protest

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first_imgArina was found guilty of waving the banned Bintang Kejora (Morning Star) flag, which has come to symbolize the Papuan independence movement. She also danced and sang a song with the lyrics, “We are not red and white [the colors of the Indonesian flag],” during the protest on Aug. 28 last year.The bench also found Dano guilty of treason in the form of a speech at the same protest, where he demanded that the government immediately hold a Papuan independence referendum.Arina and Dano will only serve one month in prison as the bench decided to cut their sentence given that they served a period of detention during the investigation, which started in September last year.The remaining activists were found guilty of attending the protest and voicing their opinions over demanding the independence referendum for Papuans.The defendants’ lawyer, Oky Wiratama, said she was disappointed with the verdicts and questioned the process. “[The verdict stated that] treasonous acts have pros and cons in addition to containing political substance, so the treason charges can be misused by the government to oppress its citizens.”“If the judges were in doubt, I think the best way to resolve the case would have been to not impose a prison sentence for the defendants. They should be free of charges,” Oky told The Jakarta Post after the trial.She added her team would deliberate the case for seven days before deciding whether to appeal.Read also: All you need to know about the movement for Papuan self-determinationAmnesty International Indonesia director Usman Hamid echoed Oky, saying the treason charges might have been misused by the government against individuals who should never have been arrested or detained in the first place.“The six who were sentenced today did nothing but attend a peaceful protest, enjoying their rights to freedom of expression and assembly. It is appalling that they had been in detention since August 2019, awaiting a verdict on such blatantly abusive charges,” Usman said in a statement.He urged the government to immediately release the activists.Freedom of expression and peaceful assembly were rights protected under international law and the Constitution, Usman added.“No one should ever have to suffer this treatment for peacefully attending a protest, and it is high time that Indonesia stops criminalizing Papuans under treason provisions.”Topics : Judges said during the session that all defendants had violated Article 110 in relation to Article 106 of the Criminal Code Law (KUHP) for conspiring to promote secession. “All defendants are found guilty of a collective act of treason,” presiding judge Agustinus Setyo Wahyu read the verdict during the session.The sentence is lower than the one year and five months in prison demanded by prosecutors.Read also: Activists say protest supporting Papua not act of treason A panel of judges at the Central Jakarta District Court have found six activists guilty of committing treasonous acts for holding a protest in support of Papuan independence in front of the Presidential Palace in Jakarta in last August.The bench handed prison sentences to the activists – Indonesian People’s Front for West Papua (FRI-West Papua) spokesperson Surya Anta and students Charles Kossay, Deno Tabuni, Isay Wenda, Ambrosius Mulait and Arina Elopere – during a virtual verdict hearing on Friday afternoon.All activists were handed a nine-month prison sentence, except for Isay who was punished with eight months’ imprisonment.last_img read more

Kennedale hosts opening night for IMCA Modified Red River Tour

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first_imgKENNEDALE, Texas – The inaugural IMCA Red River Modified Tour takes drivers in three divi­sions to six tracks in Texas and Oklahoma. Pre-entries are in hand from nearly 130 drivers from nine states.IMCA Modified features May 26 at Kennedale Speed­way Park, May 27 at Heart O’ Texas Speed­way, May 28 at 281 Speedway, May 30 at Devil’s Bowl Speed­way and May 31 at Grayson County Speedway all pay $1,000 to win. The final Fast Shafts All-Star Invitational ballot qualifying event of the week is June 1 at Southern Ok­lahoma Speedway, with a top prize of $1,500.IMCA Sunoco Stock Cars and Smiley’s Racing Prod­ucts Southern SportMods race for $500 to win and a mini­mum of $50 to start each night. All events are draw/redraw and will be broadcast by IMCA.TV.IMCA Speedway Motors Weekly Racing National, Ra­zor Chassis South Central and EQ Cylinder Heads South­ern Region, Texas State and special series points, but no track points will be awarded.Series champions will be crowned in each division; Modified and Stock Car champions become eligible to qual­ify for their respective race of champions during the up­coming IMCA Speedway Motors Su­per Nationals fueled by Casey’s.IMCA RaceSaver Sprint Cars are on May 26 and 27 pro­grams.Smiley’s Racing Products hosts an off-day lunch from 11 a.m.-1 p.m. on Tuesday, May 29 at its 103 Gross Road location in Mesquite. Tour drivers can visit the facil­ity and pick up any parts they need that day.Questions can be directed to Tour Director Selby Holder at 254-715-5742.IMCA Modified drivers pre-entered include Jeffrey Abbey, Comanche; Chase Allen, Midlothian; Drew Armstrong, Benton, Ark.; Rusty Belcher, Southmayd; Chris Bragg, Springtown; Chance Brown, Merkel; Mark Carrell, Redmond, Ore.; Robbie Daniels, Tom Bean; Cory Davis, Eunice, N.M.; Bo Day, Greenville; and Peter DeGrote, Granbury.Colin Deming, Hobbs, N.M.; J.P. Dowell, Killeen; Joe Duvall, Claremore, Okla.; Chris Elliott, Abilene; Tyler Frye, Belleville, Kan.; John Gober, Poolville; Jason Gomez, Princeton; Joe Gomez, Blue Ridge; David Goode Jr., Copperas Cove; William Gould, Calera, Okla.; and Kevin Green, Waco.Matt Guillaume, Haslet; Mike Hansen, Dickinson, N.D.; Brint Hartwick, Quitman, Ark.; Hardy Henderson, Harker Heights; Tyson Henson, Bonham; Simon Hernandez, Princeton; Garrett Higgins, New Waverly; Jason Hilliard, Cache, Okla.; Jeff Hoegh, New Caney; Danny Hogue, Abilene; and Brandon Hood, McGregor.Jason Hunter, Poolville; Allen Juelch, Durant, Okla.; Raymond King, Wylie; T.J. Lackey, Springtown; Matt Lynch, Cleveland; Christopher Luttmer, Saint Jo; Justin McCoy, Waxahachie; Josh McGaha, Abilene; William McGuire, Belton; David McKay, Van Alstyne; and Robert McKinney, Alvarado.Raymond McSpadden, Buda; Matt Martin, Alvarado; Chad Melton, Mineral Wells; Erik Miles, Haltom City; Talon Minten, Seguin; Clay Money, Penokee, Kan.; Mike Moore, Springtown; Chris Morris, Taylor; Justin Radcliff, China Spring; Shawn Ritter, Keystone, Iowa; and Nick Roberts, Des Moines, Iowa.Danny Rodgers, Midlothian; Shawn Sandegren, Montgomery; Brian Schultz, Casa Grande, Ariz.; Jesse Schwettmann, Tatum; Mark Shipman, Grandview; Cody Shoemaker, Decatur; Riley Simmons, Susanville, Calif.; Marvin Skinner, Mansfield; Ryan Slott, New Waverly; and Tyler Stevens, Searcy, Ark.Kevin Sustaire, Emory; Charlie Thieme, Fort Worth; Max Thomas, Quinlan; Dillon Tindall, La Grange; Danny Turner, Brenham; Eric Tomlinson, Waco; Rodney Twardeski, Huntsville; Kyle Whitworth, Leonard; Ryan Williams, Waxahachie; and Fred Wojtek, Blackwell.Pre-entered IMCA Sunoco Stock Car drivers are Westin Abbey, Comanche; Charlie Brown, Tuscola; Caleb Crenshaw, Fort Worth; A.J. Dancer, Red Rock; Markiss Harcrow, Killeen; Shannon Hartline, Ivanhoe; Brandon Hood, McGregor; Billy Lindsey, Merkel; Vernon Owens, Leander; Jason Riddle, Balch Springs; Justin Roberts, Sachse; Kevin Rogers, Emory; Andy Roller, Waco; Ranger Shipman, Grandview; Justin Wierenga, Killeen; Gary Williams, Bonham; and Shelby Williams, Bonham.Smiley’s Racing Products Southern SportMod pre-entries have been received from Tyler Bragg, Springtown; Nathan Buchanan, Tool; Devin Chambers, Marietta, Okla.; Chris Cogburn, Robinson; James Craig, Denison; Rowdy Day, Greenville; Riley Dickson, Whitesboro; Joseph Doremus, Springtown; Chris Florio, Copperas Cove; Taylor Florio, Copperas Cove; John Freeman, Runaway Bay; Donnie Hix, Sadler; Eric Kimbro, Lawton, Okla.; Sid Kiphen, Gatesville; Kasey Kuykendall, Howe; Robert McCutcheon, Prosper; and Kamera McDonald, Keller.And Tres Miller, Cache, Okla.; Kenneth Montgomery, Huntsville; Dustin Mooney, Forney; Greg Moran, Sherman; Justin Nabors, Kemp; Jacob Pirkle, Midlothian; Scot Raney, Sherman; Trevor Raney, Sherman; Danner Shipman, Grandview; Blaine Shives, Leonard; Brian Short, Denison; James Skinner, Burleson; Jake Upchurch, Grand Prairie; Chase Vineyard, Davis, Okla.; Wesley Warren, Fairfield; Rodney White, Ector; and Thomas Wyatt, Tom Bean.last_img read more