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Asma Dewi Lawyer Denies Rp75mn Money Transfer to Saracen

TEMPO.CO, Jakarta - Asma Dewi's lawyer Juju Purwantoro denied that his client transferred money to Saracen, the online syndicate accused of creating and spreading hate speech for money. Juju said on Wednesday that there was no follow-up and payment from her client to Saracen.

The police's cyber crime directorate on Wednesday received the analysis result from the Center for Financial Transaction Reporting and Analysis (PPATK) about the money transfer to Saracen.

Juju is now waiting for results from the investigation on his client to see the evidence.

Read: Asma Dewi Linked to Saracen over Proposal, Money Transfer

According to Juju, Saracen member Jasriadi only offered Asma web- services. "Asma is a user. Jasriadi only offered his services to create a web page," he said.

Asma Dewi (52) was captured by the police in South Jakarta on Friday, September 8. She is arrested under suspicion of being involved with Saracen. Police spokesman Insp. Gen. Setyo Wasisto said they found evidences that Asma transferred Rp75 million to NS, one of Saracen's core members. Asma is also suspected of spreading discriminatory hate-speech via Facebook. She was named a suspect one day after she was arrested.

ARKHELAUS W.

 



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