JAKARTADAILY.ID – The South Jakarta District Attorney's Office (Kejari) of South Jakarta has received the delegation of evidence and suspects or the second stage of the case of embezzling funds from the aksi cepat tanggap (ACT) Foundation.
Phase II delegation has been carried out to three suspects, namely Ahyudin as former President of ACT, Ibnu Khajar as President of ACT for the period 2019-2022, and Hariyana Hermain as Senior Vice President & Member of the ACT Presidium Council.
"Wednesday, October 26, 2022, at around 17.00 WIB, at the South Jakarta District Attorney's Office, Jalan Tanjung number 1, the suspect and evidence were handed over (stage 2)," said Head of the South Jakarta District Attorney's Office Syarief Sulaeman Nahdi in a written statement, Wednesday, October 26. 2022 as quoted by Kompas.
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The case file for one other suspect, regarding Novariadi Imam Akbari as Secretary of ACT for the period 2009-2019 and Chair of the ACT Board of Trustees 2019-2022, is still being investigated by the prosecutor.
Syarief explained that the criminal ACT of Embezzlement in office carried out by the suspects began with the misappropriation of funds given by the Boeing company to the heirs of the victims of the Lion Air JT 610 plane crash on October 18, 2018.
The fund is worth Rp 2,066,350,000. The money cannot be received in cash but is given in the form of construction or projects for education or health facilities. However, from the funds that should have been used to work on the project that had been recommended by the heirs of the victims of the Boeing plane crash, not all of it was used.
"Only part of it and the funds are used for purposes that are not intended," said Syarief. The ACT Foundation also does not include the heirs in the planning and implementation of the Boeing fund development project (BCIF).
The ACT Foundation also did not notify the heirs of the funds received from Boeing.
"It is suspected that the management of the aksi cepat tanggap Foundation used the funds inappropriately for their personal interests in the form of payment of salaries and personal facilities, company operations, and other activities outside the Boeing program," he added.
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Syarief said the three suspects, namely Ahyudin, Ibnu, and Herman, remained detained at the Criminal Investigation Unit of the Police Headquarters for 20 days starting from October 26, 2022, to November 14, 2022.
According to a report from Kompas, the determination of the four suspects in misappropriating funds at the ACT Foundation was carried out by the Criminal Investigation Unit of the National Police after the case was held on Monday, July 25, 2022.
They were charged with multiple articles. Namely, criminal acts of Embezzlement in office and/or criminal acts of information and electronic transactions (ITE), and/or criminal acts of foundation and/or money laundering. As referred to in Article 372 of the Criminal Code, Article 374 of the Criminal Code, Article 45 a paragraph 1 in conjunction with Article 28 paragraph 1 of Law (UU) Number 19 of 2016 concerning amendments to Law Number 11 of 2008 concerning ITE.
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