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Date Posted: 15:15:48 01/30/04 Fri
Author: PMW
Subject: Re: Death of Mark Worth - not suspicious
In reply to: PMW 's message, "Suspicious death of Mark Worth, journalist, film maker and campaigner" on 17:58:07 01/16/04 Fri

See earlier reports:

From: Peter Cronau
Sent: 1/16/2004 10:37:19 PM
Subject: Funeral of Mark Worth, Saturday 17th Jan 2004


Film-maker Mark Worth died in Jayapura, West Papua, yesterday
Thursday 15th January 2004, aged 44. According to sources close to
Mark and his family, he died from pneumonia, and had been recently

Mark's work for the past several years, a new documentary on West
Papua titled "Land of the Morning Star" is due to be screened on ABC
Australian television on 2nd February.

ELSHAM has stated that the funeral for Mark will be held tomorrow
Saturday 17th January 2004 at 2pm.

Reportedly at his own request, he is to buried on his father-in-law's
land at Abepura Beach, near Jayapura, in West Papua.

ELSHAM have urgently requested that messages of condolence be sent
for Mark's wife Herlina, his daughter Insoraki, and his extended
family. They should be sent to ELSHAM who will forward them to family

Send to: fax +62 9675 81600 or to email

Many thanks.

Peter Cronau

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