Sunday, December 23, 2012

TVI Express investigation in Indonesia stalled, victims claimed

Originally on November 16 arrests were reported on TVI Express in Indonesia.

Now we have an update on November 23rd, where it was reported that investigation has widened.

Then came a report on December 5th that victims believe the police are not doing a good job and have complained to Human Rights Commission. As police only held suspects for 10 days, the perps are now free, but documents were seized by police as evidence.

Stay tuned for updates.

Friday, December 14, 2012

More TVI Express Arrests in Indonesia

Pedang Ekspress of Indonesia reports that Jayasman had been detained by police for further questioning after an initial investigation turned up evidence of possible fraud and wrongdoing. This actually happened a month ago, back on 16-NOV-2012.

According to the article, if convicted, the penalty is up to 4 years of jail sentence. However, it is not clear why is Gunarni Goenawan not been indicted, as she's the president of PT TVI Express Indonesia. (in Indonesian)