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Following the involvement of police officers, prosecutors and attorneys, the Joko Tjandra scandal has now spread to the Supreme Court.
The endeavor to uncover the real mastermind behind Joko Soegiarto Tjandra's escape is far from complete
Bareskrim on Friday named two police generals as suspects and confiscated US$20,000 in the graft case of long-time fugitive Joko Tjandra
Graft convict of Bank Bali case Joko Tjandra is kept under the custody of Salemba Penitentiary, on Friday, August 7.
Police's criminal investigation unit (Bareskrim) traveled to Malaysia to capture long-time fugitive Joko Tjandra.
Police are reportedly heading to the Halim Perdanakusuma airport in East Jakarta to forcefully apprehend fugitive Joko Tjandra.
The National Police had named the former Bareskrim Head Brig. Gen. Prasetijo Utomo as a suspect for helping a fugitive Joko Tjandra.
The Indonesian Police spokesman said that his side was cooperating with the Royal Malaysia Police to track the whereabouts of fugitive Djoko Tjandra.
Attorney General ST Burhanuddin planned to call in the South Jakarta District Attorney's Office Head Nanang Supriatna regarding Joko Tjandra's case.
A police spokesman confirmed that Brig. Gen. Prasetyo Utomo issued a travel letter for fugitive Joko Tjandra without the knowledge of senior officers.
Police Brigadier General Prasetyo Utomo had reportedly been detained at a 'special detention room' in relation to the Joko Tjandra investigation.
A man convicted of corruption who should have been jailed for stealing state funds seems to have been given the red carpet treatment.
The Immigration Director-General Jhoni Ginting said that he was waiting for the Presidential Regulation on the use of QR codes to track foreigners.
Attorney General ST Burhanuddin confirmed that AGO had never taken off the name of Joko Tjandra from the red notice.
The Immigration Director-General Jhoni Ginting said that the Papua New Guinean citizenship status of Joko Tjandra has been revoked.
Mahfud MD on Wednesday evening said that the country's police and AGO are are more than capable to arrest notorious fugitive Joko Tjandra.