JAKARTADAILY.ID – The National Police denied two rumors that have been in circulation, the first being the rumor that Polda Metro Jaya Police Chief Insp. Gen. Fadil Imran is under investigation. The second rumor is that Rp 900 billion in cash was found at Ferdy Sambo's residence.
The National Police through their spokesman, Inspector General Dedi Prasetyo said that the rumors are unfounded.
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Dedi emphasized that until now there has been no information regarding investigations into Polda Metro Jaya Chief Insp. Gen. Fadil Imran pertaining to the premeditated murder of Brigadier J.
"Until today, there has been no information (regarding an investigation) from the special team," said Dedi on Sunday, August 21, 2022.
Aside from Fadil Imran, two other police chiefs were experiencing a similar issue, that is East Java Police Chief Insp. Gen. Nico Afinta, and North Sumatra Police Chief Insp. Gen. RZ Panca Putra Simanjuntak.
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Regarding the two chiefs, Dedi also emphasized that there has been no information regarding an ongoing investigation.
Meanwhile, Dedi also denied rumors regarding the alleged discovery of a bunker in Ferdy Sambo's house containing Rp 900 billion in cash.
"Based on information from a special team that conducted searches in several places of Inspector General FS, the information about the Rp 900 billion bunker is not true," said Inspector General Dedi Prasetyo to reporters, Saturday, August 20, 2022.
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According to Dedi, the special team searched several places including Ferdy Sambo's house. Investigators also confiscated several pieces of evidence. However, no bunker containing Rp 900 billion was found.
Dedi also appealed to the entire community not to easily believe information that cannot be held accountable.
The Police, emphasized Dedi, are still committed to investigating the case of Brigadier J's shooting in a professional, accountable and transparent manner.
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