KPK Detains a Suspect in Bribery Case of Supreme Court Judge Sudrajat Dimyati
4 October 2022 22:37 WIB
TEMPO.CO, Jakarta - The Corruption Eradication Commission, or KPK, detained another suspect in the bribery case entangling the inactive supreme court judge, Sudrajad Dimyati. The suspect is the debtor of the Intidana Savings and Loans Cooperative, Ivan Dwi Kusuma Sujanto.
“For the purposes of the investigation, the team detained one suspect, IDKS,” said KPK deputy for enforcement, Karyoto, at his office in Jakarta, Tuesday, October 4, 2022.
Ivan is a suspect in giving bribes to Dimyati and his colleagues. Karyoto said that Ivan is detained at the East Jakarta Police detention center. He will be detained for 20 days from today until October 23. With Ivan's detainment, 8 suspects in the Sudrajad Dimyati bribery case have now been officially detained.
KPK in total named 10 suspects in the bribery case. They are the bribe takers, namely Sudrajad Dimyati and 5 staffers at the Supreme Court, which are Elly Tri Pangestu, a Substitute Registrar of the Supreme Court; Desy Yustria, an official of the Supreme Court Registrar; Muhajir Habibie, an official of the Supreme Court Registrar; and two Supreme Court officials, namely Nurmanto Akmal and Albasri.
Meanwhile, the bribers named by KPK include two attorneys; Yosep Parera and Eko Suparno; and two Intidana cooperative debtors; Heryanto Tanaka and Ivan Dwi Kusuma Sujanto. KPK suspected that Sudrajad Dimyati and five Supreme Court officials received bribes in the bankruptcy cassation of Intidana Saving and Loan Cooperatives. Sudrajad allegedly received an Rp800 million bribe.
M Rosseno Aji
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