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Hidden 6 Years, Fugitive Corruption Case Arrested in Johor
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Skalanews - Former Expert Staff of East Java Provincial Legislative Dr Bagoes Soetjipto Soelyodikoesomo who became a suspect of Rp2 billion corruption case was arrested in Johor Bahru, Malaysia, after being a fugitive for six years.

Immigration Attaché KBRI Kuala Lumpur, Mulkan Lekat accompanied by Police Attache Kombes Pol Chaidir revealed it in Kuala Lumpur, Wednesday (29/11).

"The fugitive is a corrupt perpetrator of the Rp277 billion corruption program of the Community Economic Social Rescue Program (P2SEM) 2008. He is looking for potential beneficiaries after the money goes into his account and is only partially granted to the recipient," he said.

Former specialist heart and blood vessel was arrested on Sunday (26/11) around 22:40 hours at Apartment Nusa Perdana TmnNusa Perintis 3 Gelang Patah, Johor Bahru, Malaysia.

He said that he had been convicted and suspected in several jurisdictions in East Java such as the Ponorogo District Court, Sidoarjo and the Surabaya District Court from 2010.

"The monitoring team conducted monitoring from 2011. In 2017 the team obtained information via the internet on scientific articles that one of the authors is a target," he said.

In early May 2017, said Mulkan, the team did the development until it gets the target passport data information and is known to have expired (expired) in 2015.

The next step the team filed a "red notice" against the target to narrow the space then led to the university where the target became one of the lecturers.

"Intelligence results obtained corresponding data lecturer at Newcastle University (NCU) Johor Bahru so that the option to immerse the team to become NCU student candidates," he said.

The team then coordinated with the Immigration of the Consulate General of Johor Bahru, Immigration of Johor Bahru, Police Attaché of the Indonesian Embassy in Kuala Lumpur and Malaysian Police (PDRM).

"The suspect turned out to be using a fake passport by using the name of another person who filed a passport but was discontinued when he was caught using A1766796 passport issued by North Jakarta Kanim with validity until April 29, 2019," he said.

Then he was taken to Jakarta escorted by the Attorney General's Office, Police Attache Indonesian Embassy in Kuala Lumpur and Assistant of the Immigration Attaché of the Indonesian Embassy in Malaysia. (antara/Frida Astuti)