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The Generals’ Drug Ring

Monday, October 24, 2022

Police Insp. Gen. Teddy Minahasa used subordinates and others to sell crystal methamphetamine. The Palace was caught off guard by the whole situation.

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West Sumatra Police Chief Insp. Gen. Teddy Minahasa (second right), accompanied by Bukittinggi Police Chief Sr. Adj. Comr. Dody Prawiranegara (right), shows a package of crystal methamphetamine to reporters at the Bukittinggi Police Headquarters, West Sumatra, May 21. ANTARA/Iggoy El Fitra . tempo : 172167123323.

NATIONAL Police Chief Gen. Listyo Sigit Prabowo had just arrived in Denpasar, Bali, on the morning of Wednesday, October 12. He was planning to attend the 20-year memorial of the Bali bombing. Inspector Gen. Mohammad Fadil Imran, Chief of the Jakarta Police Department, suddenly sent him a report: his men had detected the role of West Sumatra Police Chief Insp. Gen. Teddy Minahasa Putra in a crystal methamphetamine drug ring in Jakarta.

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