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Thursday, 11 January, 2018 | 07:10 WIB
KPK Explains Conspiracy that Fredrich Junadi was Involved in

TEMPO.CO, Jakarta - Corruption Eradication Commission (KPK) Deputy Chairman Basaria Panjaitan suspects that Setya Novanto’s former lawyer, Fredrich Yunadi, had booked an inpatient facility at the Medika Permata Hijau Hospital in advance prior to Setya Novanto’s road accident on November 16, 2017.

Fredrich allegedly booked for a VIP room facility and also intended to book an entire floor at the hospital.

According to Basaria, there is proof suggesting that prior to the accident, Fredrich had called the hospital’s doctor and said that his client would be submitted at around 21:00 PM.

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“At the time, it was unclear what illness or injuries Setya Novanto was going to be treated for,” said Basaria on Wednesday, January 10.

One day prior to the controversial accident on November 15, 2017, Setya Novanto was scheduled to be questioned as a witness for the investigation on the alleged corruption of the electronic ID card (e-KTP) project. That same evening, KPK arrived at Setya’s house with an arrest and search warrant. However, Setya was nowhere to be found.

Basaria said that there were irregularities following Setya Novanto’s road accident, especially when Setya was directly submitted to a VIP inpatient facility rather than the hospital’s emergency department (IGD).




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