Saturday, July 11, 2009
Aussie most likely killed by Indonesian Special Forces
Gun In Papua Shooting Usually Used By Police, Military
A gun in the Papua shooting that killed an Australian working for U.S. mining firm Freeport is usually used by police and military officers.
Police found three cartridge cases and projectiles from the crime scene.
The victim, Brew Nicholas Grant, was hit by bullets in his chest, neck, and stomach.
Grant was admitted to a local hospital in Kuala Kencana, a local mining town, but he died as a result of his injuries.