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Thursday, 14 September, 2017 | 08:28 WIB
PPATK: Police Will Name More Suspects in Saracen Hate Crime

TEMPO.CO, Jakarta - The Financial Transaction Reports and Analysis Center (PPATK) chief Kiagus Badaruddin said the police will name more suspects in Saracen social media hate crime following a recent report from the agency.

“We cannot reveal the details of the report as it would disrupt the investigation,” he told Tempo in a phone interview on Wednesday.

Kiagus said that the PPATK has tracked down the money trail into bank accounts in Saracen case. The report has been handed over to Police Criminal Investigation Unit yesterday.

Read: Police Capture Woman with Links to Saracen

In the report, he said, the PPATK investigators tracked down the links between one account and another. He did not divulge details about the number of bank accounts and transaction amount, citing ongoing police investigation. “We conducted an investigation from our perspective by following the money,” he said.

Earlier, the police spokesman Insp. Gen. Setyo Wasisto said that the police had been waiting for the PPATK’s analysis to develop the case implicating a housewife named Asma Dewi, who transferred Rp75 million to a key member of hate speech group Saracen.

 

ARKHELAUS W.

 



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