Indonesia probes anti-terror police over 'torture' video
JAKARTA (AFP) - Indonesian police said on Tuesday they would question dozens of anti-terror officers over the alleged torture of militants after a video posted on YouTube showed a suspect being shot and others abused.
The blurry 14-minute video posted by several Islamic groups on their websites and YouTube depicts officers forcing a man to strip to his underwear before they shoot him, apparently in the chest.
They continue to question him as police trample on three other shirtless terror suspects, who are face down on the grass with their hands bound, and shoot into the ground to intimidate them as they are verbally abused.
"We are still studying the video and plan to question all officers involved. We've determined it was a case of law enforcement in 2007," National Police spokesman Boy Rafli Amar told AFP, adding the source of the video was unknown.