JAKARTADAILY.ID – Inspector General Teddy Minahasa faces a dishonorable dismissal sanction (PTDH) from the Police Code of Ethics Commission (KKEP) due to his involvement in the distribution of methamphetamine narcotics.
According to a report by pmjnews, Brigadier General Ahmad Ramadhan, the Karo Penmas Public Relations Division of the National Police, stated that Teddy Minahasa has filed an appeal against the PTDH's sanctions. Ramadhan said, "The violator expressed an appeal" during a press conference held on the evening of May 30, 2023.
Ramadhan explained, "The alleged violator ordered AKBP DP (Dody Prawiranegara) to replace 41.4 kg of methamphetamine evidence seized by the Bukittinggi Police Satresnarkoba with 5 kg of alum. Additionally, he ordered 5 kg of methamphetamine to be handed over to LP alias An (Linda Pujiastuti alias Anita) for sale."
In the KKEP hearing, Teddy Minahasa faced charges of violating multiple articles, including Article 13 paragraph 1 of Government Regulation Number 1 of 2003 regarding the Dismissal of Polri members, in conjunction with various sections of Police Regulation Number 7 of 2022, which encompass the Professional Code of Ethics and the Police Code of Ethics Commission.
Earlier, in a hearing at the West Jakarta District Court on May 9, 2023, the Inspector General of Police Teddy Minahasa had received a life imprisonment sentence from the Panel of Judges.
Jon Arman Saragih, the chairman of the panel, stated, "For that reason, the defendant was sentenced to life imprisonment."
It is worth noting that the verdict handed down to the former West Sumatra Regional Police Chief Inspector General Pol Teddy Minahasa was less severe than the prosecution's demands in the previous trial, which sought the death penalty.
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