Announcement, Bareskrim Polri Names Inspector General Napoleon Bonaparte a Suspect

Investigators from the National Police’s Criminal Investigation Unit (Dittipikor) have named Inspector General Napoleon Bonaparte as a suspect in the money laundering offense case related to Djoko Tjandra’s red notice. Photo Illustration : Ricardo/JPNN.com

jpnn.com, JAKARTA – Investigators from the Criminal Investigation Unit (Bareskrim) have named the former Head of the Hubinter Police Division, Inspector General Napoleon Bonaparte, as a suspect in the money laundering case (TPPU).

Alleged Money Laundering Inspector General Napoleon Bonaparte it relates to the bribery case of the red notice removal of Djoko Tjandra.

“The report on the results of his case is like that (Napoleon is a suspect, ed),” said Kabareskrim Komjen Agus Andrianto to reporters, Wednesday (22/9).

However, Agus has not detailed the determination of the suspect carried out by the National Police’s Criminal Investigation and Investigation Unit.

The case is still being developed by investigators.

“Please go to the investigator, yes. I think the investigator will do it according to the article that is applied,” said the former Kabaharkam Polri.

Previously, Napoleon was said to have received a bribe of 200,000 Singapore dollars or around Rp. 2,145,743,167 and USD 370,000, or around Rp. 5,148,180,000 from a convict of Bank Bali’s cessie corruption, Djoko Tjandra.

The bribe was given for the removal process red notice Djoko Tjandra as a fugitive in corruption cases.

Investigators from the National Police’s Criminal Investigation Unit (Dittipikor) have named Inspector General Napoleon Bonaparte as a suspect in the money laundering offense case related to Djoko Tjandra’s red notice.

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