JAKARTADAILY.ID – Three Indonesian police regional police chiefs with ranks up to Inspector General allegedly helped Ferdy Sambo spread his version of the premeditated murder of Brigadier Nopriansyah Yosua Hutabarat, otherwise known as Brigadier J.
This was allegedly done in an attempt to obstruct the investigation into the murder of Brigadier J.
The three police chiefs in question are Metro Jaya Police Chief Inspector General Fadil Imran, East Java Police Chief Inspector General Nico Afinta, and North Sumatra Police Chief Inspector General RZ Panca Putra Simanjuntak.
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The National Police spokesperson, Inspector General Dedi Prasetyo, said that the Special Police Team (Timsus) would investigate the alleged involvement of the three Regional Police Chiefs.
"Yes, we have received this information from Timsus. Of course, Timsus will also investigate if there is a connection to the FS (Ferdy Sambo) case," said Inspector General Pol Dedi Prasetyo, Monday, September 5, 2022.
However, Dedi has not explained further regarding the extended information received by the National Police Special Team.
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So far, his party is still focused on completing the files of five suspects in the alleged premeditated murder of Brigadier J.
"But what is clear for the fingerprint team is that currently, the focus is related to the problem of completing five case files that have been in P19 by the prosecutor," he said.
When asked about the possibility that the three regional police chiefs would be questioned, Dedi handed the matter over to Timsus. However, he said that for now there are no plans to examine the three.
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