Experiencing Mental Disorders, Danish Citizens Show Genderity Declared Free By Law
Denpasar City Police Chief Commissioner Bambang Yugo Pamungkas. (photo: dock. intermediate)

DENPASAR - A Danish citizen with the initials CAP (50) who had previously been deported from Bali, is now legally declared free by the Denpasar City Police. The reason behind the decision was that the CAP had a mental disorder, as stated by the Denpasar City Police Chief, Police Commissioner Bambang Yugo Pamungkas.

According to Bambang, because the CAP cannot be questioned by Ngurah Rai immigration after being psychologically deported, Denpasar Police investigators decided to stop the legal process. The results of the examination on June 5, 2023 concluded that the CAP had a mental disorder that hindered the continuation of the legal process and legal responsibility.

In the investigator's records, the CAP violates the pornography law or shows itself in public, which then causes investigators to name the CAP as a suspect on May 28, 2023. However, after the arrest and determination of the suspect status on May 30, 2023 by the Denpasar Police, the Danish Consulate asked for an examination because the CAP was depressed due to detention.

Based on the results of the examination on June 5, 2023, Denpasar Police Chief, Bambang Yugo, stated that CAP had a mental disorder which made him unable to take responsibility for his crime.

Therefore, the legal process cannot be continued, and a Letter of Termination of Investigation (SP3) is issued by Denpasar Police investigators, in accordance with the legal provisions stating that individuals with mental disorders are free from criminal charges. The SP3 is also given to immigration as the basis for deportation.

This is news about a legal release decision for Danish CAP citizens who were deported from Bali for reasons of mental disorders.

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