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The other day a read this story, about civil police hunting prostitutes, or at least anyting that looks like it. It seems that in more places in Indo civil groups take rights in their own hands.

Half an hour's drive from Indonesia's parliament, the civilian police in the district of Tangerang go on patrol every evening.
A dozen men, crammed into the back of a pick-up truck, cruise the dimly-lit streets, looking for anywhere serving alcohol or any woman they think might be a prostitute.

news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/asia-pacific/6632239.stm

I have heard similar stories from other parts of (west) Java as well.
Has any porum member any first hand experience with this



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