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“No Comment” on Police Wiretaps: KPK
TEMPO Interactive, Jakarta:The Antigraft Commission (KPK) spokesman Johan Budi declined to comment on rumors of a furtive police operation to wiretap phones of KPK leaders. News of the wiretapped phones are spreading amid growing tensions between both the KPK and the police over who should conduct investigations into top corruption scandals. The current top graft scandals involve the driver's license (SIM) test simulator project in which a top police general has been named a suspect, while another is a flu vaccine project with the former health minister’s role brought into question.
"I prefer not to respond to information that is not clear… unless the police are blatantly stating that," said Johan, Monday, August 13, 2012.
According to Johan, so far there have been no indications that the KPK leaders are bugged by other law enforcement agencies. Tempo received information about the wiretapping from a high-ranking National Police officer. Johan also refused to explain about possibilities that the KPK was wiretapping phones of the police. He simply explained that his commission had the authority to wiretap a person related to a case being investigated, both in the stage of the inquiry, investigation or prosecution. "It is regulated in the Law on the KPK ," said Johan. He refused to explain the high-ranking police officers that KPK wiretapped related to the alleged corruption in the procurement of the driver’s license simulator. "Those are things that don’t need to be answered," he said. RUSMAN PARAQBUEQ