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The Complex Knot of Joko Tjandra’s Bribery

Monday, September 14, 2020

Following involvement of police officers, prosecutors and attorneys, the Joko Tjandra scandal has now spread to the Supreme Court. This shows the never-ending decay of our judicial system.

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The Complex Knot of Joko Tjandra’s Bribery. tempo : 172142488093.

IT seems that Joko Tjandra knows exactly how the power of money is able to paralyze our judicial system. The man convicted of corruption in the 2009 Bank Bali cassie case, and who then went on the run, was helped by insiders to make use of this flaw to escape the clutches of the law.

While he was on the run, before he was arrested at the end of July, Joko planned everything. He lobbied everywhere. The latest evidence shows that he called Suprem


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