JAKARTA - Victor Dedy Putra, the lawyer representing troubled iPad sellers, questioned on Thursday the detention of his clients in the selling of iPads without Indonesian language manuals by prosecutors.
"What’s the basis for prosecutors to detain them," he said."Even police agreed that they would not detain them because our clients were cooperative."
The troubled iPad sellers are identified as Dian Yudha Negara and Randy Lester Samu. The two sold iPads, but police arrested them for not accompanying iPads with Indonesian language manuals, saying that this rendered their iPad selling illegal.