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  • Jiwasraya Supervisor's Fear
    Law

    Jiwasraya Supervisor's Fear

    The Attorney General's Office still has not named any new suspect in the Asuransi Jiwasraya investment funds scandal. For quite a while now, the Financial Services Authority has detected foul play in Jiwasraya's asset placement, but no firm action was ever taken.

  • Army Gas Station Conflict
    Law

    Army Gas Station Conflict

    The Military Cooperatives and the Pasuruan Combat Battalion is in conflict with a businessman over management of a public gas station . The Indonesian Military (TNI) apparently continues to conduct business practices until today.

  • I Cancelled the Land Purchase in Labuan Bajo
    Law

    I Cancelled the Land Purchase in Labuan Bajo

    Retired Police Commissioner General Gories Mere explained the extent of his involvement on a case of land corruption in Torro Lemma Batu Kallo, Labuan Bajo, East Nusa Tenggara, which is suspected of resulting in Rp3 trillion in state losses. He said that he cancelled the entire transaction in early 2018.

  • The Bull's Maze at the Research Institute
    National

    The Bull's Maze at the Research Institute

    The research and technology ministry and the National Research and Innovation Agency (BRIN) are in a state of limbo. The PDI-P reportedly wants Megawati Soekarnoputri at the helm of BRIN steering committee.

  • Ihan Batak in a Eucalyptus Woods
    Cover Story

    Ihan Batak in a Eucalyptus Woods

    Entangled in a conflict with Toba Pulp Lestari company, a customary tribe in North Tapanuli continues to fight for rightful ownership to their land. They are fearful of betraying their ancestors.

  • No Follow-Up to Asian Agri’s Tax Scandal
    Cover Story

    No Follow-Up to Asian Agri’s Tax Scandal

    Investigation into the Asian Agri Group’s tax scandal went no further than the Attorney General’s Office. The tax directorate-general lost in a civil tax case. 

  • Dirty Narcotics Officers
    Law

    Dirty Narcotics Officers

    Officers from the National Narcotics Agency are accused of stealing money belonging to a suspect in a narcotics case. There appears to have been an effort to engineer their confiscation.

  • Aid Packages for the Elections
    Cover Story

    Aid Packages for the Elections

    Regional head election candidate pairs allegedly took advantage of social aid packages from the social affairs ministry for their campaigns. It is brought to the Constitutional Court as evidence of regional election lawsuits.

  • A Palmerah Tofu Factory Worker
    Cover Story

    A Palmerah Tofu Factory Worker

    Legal Affairs Commission Chairman Herman Hery began his political career when he joined the Indonesian Democratic Party of Struggle in 1999. He has been reported to the police twice.

     

  • SIM Swap Scam
    Law

    SIM Swap Scam

    Cases of illegal SIM card swaps ending in bank account theft have increased in the past year. Allegedly bank employees are involved.

  • The Volley Cheer at Kilometer 50
    Cover Story

    The Volley Cheer at Kilometer 50

    The National Commission on Human Rights concluded the shooting of four Islam Defenders Front members as a human rights violation. A witness saw the rest-area incident up close.

  • FPI’s Fruit Codes for Firearms
    Law

    FPI’s Fruit Codes for Firearms

    The National Commission on Human Rights and the police have differing versions regarding how the six bodyguards of Rizieq Shihab died. The National Police Criminal Investigation Department encountered difficulties in investigating officers involved

  • We Did Not Coerce Witnesses
    Law

    We Did Not Coerce Witnesses

    The police are persistent in their statement that they found firearms in the possession of the six members of the Islam Defenders Front (FPI) who died in a clash with the police. Reconstruction was enacted in four different crime scenes.

  • A Feast That Ends in Prison
    Cover Story

    A Feast That Ends in Prison

    Police arrested Muhammad Rizieq Shihab for violating social distancing protocols. The FPI sees the accusation as far-fetched.

  • Operation over the Japanese Skies
    Cover Story

    Operation over the Japanese Skies

    The Corruption Eradication Commission since August had been keeping close scrutiny over Edhy Prabowo’s involvement in the export of lobster larvae. They kept careful tabs on Edhy’s trip to the USA.

  • land dispute in cakung
    Law

    land dispute in cakung

    The National Land Agency punished some of its officials for issuing a certificate for some disputed plots of land. The claim to the land harnessed the negligence of some law enforcers and government officials.

  • Illegal Animals Trade in Aceh
    Law

    Illegal Animals Trade in Aceh

    Aceh becomes a red zone for wildlife trading. Hong Kong and China are its biggest markets.

  • A Caribbean Detour
    Cover Story

    A Caribbean Detour

    Dirgantara Indonesia and its partner companies used a shell company overseas to distribute kickbacks. The same account was used in a bribery for the Indonesian Maritime Security Agency.

  • Trail of Ashes at the AGO
    Law

    Trail of Ashes at the AGO

    The police suspect that the fire at the AGO’s Main Building was ignited by a smoldering cigarette butt discarded by a worker doing building renovation work. There were no usable fire hydrants on the grounds.

  • Hazy Memory of a Bribe Recipient
    Law

    Hazy Memory of a Bribe Recipient

    The Pekanbaru Corruption Court exonerated the suspect who allegedly bribed former Riau governor, Annas Maamun. The judges ignored testimonies by key witnesses.

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