JNE's Attorney Hotman Paris Threatens to Sue Landowner Rudi Samin for Defamation

- 05 August 2022 16:07 WIB
Hotman Paris at a press conference in the Pluit area of North Jakarta, Thursday, August 4, 2022. (Photo/screenshot Twitter @JNE_ID)
Hotman Paris at a press conference in the Pluit area of North Jakarta, Thursday, August 4, 2022. (Photo/screenshot Twitter @JNE_ID)

JAKARTADAILY.ID – PT Tiki Jalur Nugraha Eka Kurir (JNE) through its legal representative, Hotman Paris, is threatening to sue Rudi Samin, the owner of the land where stockpiles of rice were found buried in Sukmajaya, Depok, West Java. 

Hotman Paris said he is considering suing Rudi Samin for allegedly defaming JNE.

"I'm considering reporting to the police or the civil law. And you know all this the trigger is the slander. Lies and slandering people claiming JNE hoard presidential aid even though his goal is to fight for his land," he said at a press conference in the Pluit area of ‚Äč‚ÄčNorth Jakarta, Thursday, August 4, 2022.

Also read: PT JNE's Attorney: the Rice was Buried Because it Was Damaged and Has Since Been Replaced

Hotman alleges that Rudi Samin accused his client of hoarding the rice that was given as social assistance. He said that JNE never hoarded the rice. 

"If their (JNE's) goal was to hoard the rice to profit from it, why would they dump it like that," Hotman said.

Rudi Samin's Arguments with JNE

Detik.com reported that previously, the Metro Jaya Police with JNE representatives had visited the site where the rice was buried, in Sukmajaya, Depok City, West Java. Rudi Samin, the landowner where the rice was buried was also present. 

Amid investigations, Rudi Samin, and JNE attorney Anthony Djono had a debate after Anthony explained that the rice that was buried was not for social assistance (bansos) rice.

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