Indonesian National Police to Collaborating with FBI to Track Assets of Graft Suspect Rudi Hartono Iskandar

- 10 June 2022 15:32 WIB
Brigadier General Cahyono Wibowo. (photo / div humas polri)
Brigadier General Cahyono Wibowo. (photo / div humas polri)


JAKARTADAILY.ID – The National Police's Criminal Investigation and Investigation Agency (Bareskrim Polri) to collaborated with the United States Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) to track down the assets of Rudi Hartono Iskandar, the suspect of a corruption case in the Cengkareng Flats.

Polri called on the FBI for help because the suspect has been known to make money transfers abroad.

"Then, based on the facts that we got, RHI has also made several transfers abroad. From here we will investigate," said the Director of Corruption Crimes at the Indonesian National Police, Brigadier General Cahyono Wibowo in a statement posted on his website, Thursday, June 9, 2022.

"Where we have also collaborated with foreign authorities, the FBI, regarding issues that are transferred abroad," continued Cahyono.

Furthermore, Cahyono said that his party was still examining several witnesses to the corruption case of the Cengkareng flats.

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The other suspect is the former Head of the Housing and Settlement Development Division of the DKI Jakarta Regional Government Building and Housing Office, Sukmana.

"Then for the development itself, while we are examining several witnesses to strengthen the articles suspected of both corruption and Money Laundering (TPPU) itself," he said.

For information, Rudy Hartono himself is a KPK defendant in the land acquisition case in Munjul, East Jakarta. He was sentenced to 7 years in prison in this case.

"Furthermore, we will convey the assets that have been confiscated and blocked, and previously I also conveyed to media colleagues that RHI is currently being detained by the KPK," he said.

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Editor: Suksmajati Kumara


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