Lt. Wahyu is both a protagonist and antagonist and part of the SWAT Team to raid Tama's HQ and kill him. He is also revealed to be a corrupt cop attempt to rise up the ranks and willingly to kill and sacrifice his colleagues for his ambition.
He is killed by Bunawar's men to protect Rama from the Mafia, being a corrupt cop and responsible for 18 men death for the black ops raid.
Biography[edit | edit source]
Corrupt Life[edit | edit source]
Not much known of Lieutenant Wahyu except that he was a corrupt cop who is in cahoots with other corrupt cops like Reza. He is also well known in the criminal underworld as Tama, the crime lord knew him and been responsible for the bribing cops to turn a blind eye.
However, Reza and the other corrupt cops saw him as a liability for presumebly his ambition or his unreliability to keep their corrupt secrets. Either way, these cops wanted to rid of him. Wahyu have been too ambitious that he decided to capture Tama in order to rise up in the police rank. This is led him to start a black ops raid in Tama's apartment without any reinforcements. Unbeknownst to him, Reza had tipped Tama about the operation which allowed the latter to gain the upper hand against the squad.
Wahyu was a police lieutenant of Jakarta who appeared to be assisting Sergeant Jaka and his unit in detaining nefarious landlord Tama Riyadi. After the 20-man squad enters the apartment of Tama, they encounter children who are startled by the team. Wahyu shoots the children dead, but they are able to summon back-up from Tama. Soon after the addicts inside start to assassinate the team fiercely, and Wahyu reveals that he has orchestrated this event in order to kill Tama because of the latter's knowledge of the former's corrupt activities and secret affiliation to Reza. This revelation meant that no back-up forced could be alerted to the apartment to help the officers, and that they were on their own. Offcier Rama proves himself to be a capable fighter for a rookie, and saves the remaining five officers from a certain death with a gas tank. After Rama takes care of his wounded collague Bowo, Wahyu departs with Jaka and Dagu to an another direction to capture Tama.
Following the death of Jaka, Wahyu and Dagu meet with Rama. Together they fight past Tama's remaining henchmen before Rama is separated from them to save his brother, Andi. Together, Wahyu and Dagu eventually confront Tama in his monitor room; only for Wahyu to promptly betray Dagu by shooting him dead just moments after arresting Tama. Wahyu's betrayal is discovered when he encounters Rama and his brother Andi whilst taking Tama with him as a hostage with the intention of escaping.
He comes close to succeeding, but stops when Tama reveals that the whole ordeal was actually orchestrated by Reza, who had been bribed by Tama to eliminate Wahyu and his unit; thus, Wahyu had been set up by Reza to be killed or would be killed later on should he escape. In despair and acknowledging his taunts, Wahyu executes Tama before unsuccessfully attempting to commit suicide after finding out that he had just ran out of bullets. Later, he was apprehended by Rama and handcuffed.
Wahyu remains as one of the three surviving police officers of the raid, along with Bowo and Rama. They leave the apartment to see officer Bunawar, recommended by Andi.
Personality[edit | edit source]
He is shown to be a brutal cop who have no qualms in killing who might go against his path as seen killing a kid who worked for Tama as a spotter.
He is revealed to be an ambitious cop who wanted to rise up from his own rank and willingly to do on his own. He made the operation a secret to get the glory by himself even killing his own colleagues as seen killing Dagu after arresting Tama. He is also selfish as he doesn't care about his men and wanted to escape on his own.
Death[edit | edit source]
Killed By[edit | edit source]
Bunawar soon orders his guard to execute Wahyu, who is then shot in the head multiple times. Rama protests against it as he wanted to have Wahyu under arrest for his actions such as the murder of Dagu and Tama, but eventually accepts Bunawar's decision.
Afterwards, Bunawar explains the matter and mentions that Wahyu would have been captured and killed nevertheless, making sure Wahyu would not have the chance to spread any kind of information to his corrupt superiors.