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Narcotics Evidence Is Prone to Misuse

Monday, October 24, 2022

The National Police Commission issued various recommendations after the narcotics case of Insp. Gen. Teddy Minahasa came to surface. Many regulations still need to be improved.

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National Police Commission Secretary Benny Jozua Mamoto:

Narcotics Evidence Is Prone to Misuse

ANOTHER scandal hit the National Police this year. On Friday, October 14, the National Police Profession and Security Division and Jakarta Regional Police arrested former West Sumatra Police Chief, Insp. Gen. Teddy Minahasa Putra, for alleged involvement in a narcotics trafficking case. Teddy is suspected to have taken and sold 5 kilograms of crystal


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