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Fredrich Claims He Has Proof of KPK Threatening His Family
Fredrich Yunadi
Thursday, 15 February, 2018 | 15:16 WIB
Fredrich Claims He Has Proof of KPK Threatening His Family

TEMPO.CO, Jakarta - Shocking claims came from Fredrich Yunadi who said that the Corruption Eradication Commission (KPK) threatened his family during his investigation process. He said that he is prepared to reveal the proofs in court.

Fredrich Yunadi became a defendant after he participated in attempts to obstruct KPK’s investigation against Setya Novanto, the defendant in the e-KTP graft case.

“KPK claims that they have recordings [as evidence], well, I have one too. There are numerous CCTV cameras throughout my house. KPK has threatened and terrorized my family,” said Fredrich Yunadi before his court hearing at Jakarta’s corruption court (Tipikor) on Thursday, February 15. 

Read: KPK Submits Fredrich Yunadi's Dossiers to Court

Previously, KPK spokesman Febri Diansyah confirmed that Fredrich’s allegations are just misunderstandings. “We assure you that it was a misunderstanding. KPK does not have an interest in doing that and will never practice such things,” said Febri.

Febri further argued that if Fredrich referred to the arrival of KPK investigators to his house, it is actually mandatory to fulfill the rights of a suspect.

He explained that KPK has the recordings of the whole incident. “If the judge orders it, then we may feature it in the trial process,” said Febri.

Fredrich is charged with violating Article 21 of Law No. 31/1999 on the Corruption Eradication with a maximum 12-years imprisonment.

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