Segeri amok case
Date May 3, 1891
6 a.m.
Location(s) Segeri, Dutch East Indies
Killed 4
Injured 14
Weapon(s) Badek

On May 3, 1891 a native killed four people and wounded 14 others in Segeri, a place in Pangkajene Islands Regency, Dutch East Indies.

That morning, at about 6 a.m., the man killed another native at the market with a badek (a dagger), supposedly because of an old dispute, and then attacked the surrounding bystanders, killing three other men, and wounding 14 more, among them women and children. Exhausted he eventually dropped his weapon, was subdued, and brought to jail.[1][2][3][4][5][6]


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