How Naomi Robson became Indonesia's public enemy No. 1
- Independence at threat from enemy within
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AUSTRALIAN academics, church leaders, businessmen and journalists have been targeted by Indonesia's military for their supposed support of independence in the troubled region of Papua, a cache of documents and intelligence reports from the elite special forces unit Kopassus reveals.
The 19 documents, dating from 2006 to 2009 and obtained by the Herald, show Kopassus runs a vast network of spies and informants as part of its campaign to keep vice-like control of the region, and monitors the activities of foreigners in the region and around the world.
As well as providing a chilling insight into the deep paranoia of Kopassus and its interference in the daily lives of ordinary Papuans, the documents are also remarkable for the false assertions they contain.
A case in point is the inclusion of Naomi Robson - the former current affairs host who now runs an online dating service - on the list of ''foreign leaders in support of Free Papua''.More>>How Naomi Robson became Indonesia's public enemy No. 1 | smh.com.au