by Ulis JP
JAKARTA, AMUNISINEWS.CO.ID-Victims of document forgery Titi Sumanjaya, came to the Metro Jaya Special Criminal Office. Accompanied by his attorney Jack Lapian, Titi was examined as a witness, related to a money laundering case that allegedly involved the founder of the Kaskus community site, Adrew Darwis.
Titi said this was her first examination by a Monetary and Foreign Exchange Fiscal Investigator (Fismondev), following up on LP / 2959 / V / 2019 / PMJ / Dit.Reskrimsus number.
The case began when Titi borrowed Rp15 billion from David Wira, who was said to be Andrew’s right hand man.
In the loan, Titi gave collateral in the form of a building certificate on Jalan Panglima Polim Raya, South Jakarta in November 2018. However, the certificate was allegedly transferred to his name on Andrew’s behalf.
“The victim borrowed money from brother David Wira, who is suspected of being Andrew’s right hand with a building certificate guarantee, from a Rp15 billion loan which was realized at Rp5 billion,” said Titi’s lawyer Jack Lapian at Metro Jaya Police Headquarters on Monday (9/16).
In the course of time, the building certificate belonging to the reporter who was in Jalan Panglima Polim, South Jakarta, Jack continued, turned out to have been reversed name in the name of Susanto in early December 2018, and finally changed again in the name of Andrew Darwis. In fact, the reporter’s current certificate, said Jack, has been pledged to the UOB Bank by the reported party.
“There are a lot of irregularities, so our client urges investigators to investigate the case,” Jack explained.
Feeling disadvantaged, Titi reported Adrew Darwis, namely the alleged TPPU criminal act, namely Article 263 paragraph 2 of the Criminal Code, and / or Article 378 of the Criminal Code and or Article 3, 4, 5 of Law Number 8 of 2010 concerning TPPU.