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Thursday, 11 January, 2018 | 06:48 WIB
Suspect Naming of Setya`s Lawyer, Doctor Based on 35 Witnesses

TEMPO.CO, Jakarta - The Corruption Eradication Commission (KPK) has officially named Fredrich Yunadi, the former lawyer for the e-KTP graft case suspect Setya Novanto, as a suspect.

KPK has also named doctor Bimanesh Sutarjo as a suspect. Bimanesh was the doctor at Medika Permata Hijau Hospital who handled Setya’s medical treatment following his road accident on November 16, 2017.

According to KPK Deputy Chairman Basaria Panjaitan, KPK has questioned multiple witnesses and expert witnesses before the commission decided to name both men as suspects. “There were 35 witnesses and experts that were questioned in the investigation process,” said Basaria on Wednesday, January 10.

Read also: Lawyer, Doctor Suspected of Conspiring to Protect Setya Novanto

Basaria revealed that the witnesses and experts were mostly members of the Indonesian Advocates Association (Peradi), doctors from the Cipto Mangunkusumo General Hospital (RSCM) in Jakarta, and the Indonesian Doctor’s Association (IDI).

KPK suspects that Fredrich Yunadi and Bimanesh conspired to get Setya Novanto hospitalized at the Medika Permata Hijau Hospital based on manipulated medical records. Allegedly, it was done to help Setya Novanto evade KPK summoning and questioning. Basaria urged anyone who works as a doctor or legal advocate not to hamper or impede any legal process, especially if it involves any attempt to eradicate corruption.



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