Indonesian cops probing illicit funds linked to graft fugitive arrested in KL

Modified 3 Aug 2020, 4:12 am
Indonesian police are investigating allegations that a flow of illicit funds had allowed fugitive Djoko Tjandra (photo, above), who was arrested in Kuala Lumpur last Thursday, to evade authorities for 11 years after being convicted of corruption.

Malaysian police have been tight-lipped over details of Djoko's arrest, although Indonesian police have reportedly described it as a "planned operation" in cooperation with Malaysian police since last month.

The 68-year-old was reportedly handed over by Malaysian police, late last Thursday night to their counterparts and flown back to Jakarta in a chartered private jet from Sultan Abdul Aziz Shah Airport in Subang Jaya...

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