There is a lot to be said about this investigation. First a team was sent to the Netherlands to obtain the ORIGINAL autopsy report. Why that was necessary nobody knows, because a copy contains the same information, and the original belongs in the Dutch archives not the Indonesian. Then this team was left in limbo, because they also not had any official documents to show to the Dutch authorities that they were sent to investigate this case. That was the last I heard from them. I guess they went on shopping and so on. Later on I read that there were complaints that the Dutch authorities did not cooperate because there was no treaty between Indonesia and the Netherlands about investigating this kind of things. Then I read Indonesian police-officers were questioning people in Germany and the Netherland s about the case, while it was still not clear if this treaty was signed. Then it was about if the Dutch authorities were allowed to investigate a case which happened in a Indonesian aircraft. As often as you read something in the press, of which you know something about, you immediatly see the bullshit that is being printed. And in this case, as in more cases, the Jakarta Post is very unreliable.
Clear to me is, anyway, that nobody from the official side wants to investigate this case honestly. It are all smoke streams. And finally, a pilot named Pollicarpus. Anybody with that name is a suspect immediatly, in my book.