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Linda Trianita reports on corruption and criminal issues and currently oversees Tempo’s legal desk as an editor.

The Brawijaya University graduate joined Tempo in 2013 and is involved in multiple international programs such Tempo institute’s Investigation with Tempo (IBT) and the Free Press Unlimited report on the use of palm plantation lands by multinational corporations.

Linda also participated in the Oslo Tropical Forest Forum 2018 in Norway.


The coils that were replaced with wood to deceive officials so that the goods could be released without paying import taxes at Adiperkasa Ekabakti Industry’s Bonded Logistics Center in Cakung, East Jakarta.
Stefanus Nahak (second right) during a press conference on bogus veterans. 
Antara/Aloysius Lewokeda
MT Kristin tanker caught fire in the waters of Ampenan Beach, Mataram, West Nusa Tenggara, March 26.
ANTARA FOTO/Ahmad Subaidi
Mahfud MD, Coordinating Minister for Political, Legal and Security Affairs, who is also Chairman of the National Committee for the Prevention and Eradication of Money Laundering Crimes (TPPU), at the start of a hearing with the DPR’s Commission III at the Parliament Complex in Senayan, Jakarta, March 30. The meeting was held to discuss the issue of suspicious financial transactions worth Rp349 trillion implicating the finance ministry.
TEMPO/M Taufan Rengganis
Deputy Justice and Human Rights Minister Edward Omar Sharif Hiariej answers questions from journalists after delivering clarification at the KPK’s Merah Putih Building, Jakarta, March 23.
TEMPO/Imam Sukamto
Rafael Alun Trisambodo, former echelon III official and head of South Jakarta tax office, is escorted out from the KPK building after being questioned in relation to the official wealth report in Jakarta, March 1.
TEMPO/Imam Sukamto
Prestige Motorcars CEO Rudy Salim in an interview in Jakarta, March 18, 2022. 
TEMPO/Hilman Fathurrahman W
A smuggled Mercedes belonging to CVPR Jaleca at Tanjung Emas Port.
Tempo/Special Photo
Mario Dandy Satriyo (back) at South Jakarta Police headquarters, February 20. 
Antara/Luthfia Miranda Putri
Officers of the National Police Criminal Investigation Department (Bareskrim) examine Samudra Chemical’s warehouse. 
Defendant Ferdy Sambo listens to the verdict read out by the judge panel during his trial over the murder of Nofriansyah Yosua Hutabarat at the South Jakarta District Court, Jakarta, February 13. 
TEMPO/ Febri Angga Palguna
Special Economic Crimes Director Brig. Gen. Whisnu Hermawan at the National Police Criminal Investigation Department Headquarters, Jakarta, July 14, 2022. 
Antara/Laily Rahmawaty/File Photo
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Antara/Indrianto Eko Suwarso
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An online media outlet carries a news on Dito Mahendra. 
Tempo/Gunawan Wicaksono
The joint law enforcement team made up of National Police officers and environment and forestry ministry’s officials are on a car convoy to inspect an illegal nickel mining location, which is part Antam’s Mandiodo Block concession area, January 27. 
Tempo/Linda Trianita
A video on YouTube channel and media publications carries a picture of someone with the face resembling Wahyu Imam Santosa, the presiding judge in the Ferdy Sambo case. 
TEMPO/Gunawan Wicaksono
Suspect Adj. Comr. Bambang Kayun (in detainee vest) is escorted in the room as KPK Chairman Firli Bahuri (right), accompanied by his Deputy for Law Enforcement and Execution, Karyoto, is about to give a press statement regarding the bribery and gratuity case involving Aria Citra Mulia at the KPK building in Jakarta, January 3. Bambang was alleged to have received Rp50 billion and a luxury car in a document falsification case in heir legal disputes over the company. 
TEMPO/Imam Sukamto
Tegar Putra Pradanta (left), leaves the Depok Police Headquarters after being questioned on December 21, 2022 in relation to his status as a victim of an alleged persecution at Gunadarma University.
TEMPO/Ade Ridwan
Defendant Ferdy Sambo at the South Jakarta District Court, December 7.
Antara/Indrianto Eko Suwarso

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