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Moments of justice

  • KPK deputy chairperson Basaria Panjaitan (right) and La Ode Muhammad Syarif make a press statement that Constitutional Court justice Patrialis Akbar allegedly accepted bribes from a beef importing company at the Corruption Eradication Commission office in Jakarta on Thursday January 26. JP/ Dhoni Setiawan

    KPK deputy chairperson Basaria Panjaitan (right) and La Ode Muhammad Syarif make a press statement that Constitutional Court justice Patrialis Akbar allegedly accepted bribes from a beef importing company at the Corruption Eradication Commission office in Jakarta on Thursday January 26. JP/ Dhoni Setiawan

  • Journalists wait in a KPK car for Constitutional Court justice and bribery suspect Patrialis Akbar, who allegedly accepted bribes from a beef importing company, at the Corruption Eradication Commission office in Jakarta on Jan. 26. JP/ Dhoni Setiawan

    Journalists wait in a KPK car for Constitutional Court justice and bribery suspect Patrialis Akbar, who allegedly accepted bribes from a beef importing company, at the Corruption Eradication Commission office in Jakarta on Jan. 26. JP/ Dhoni Setiawan

  • Constitutional Court justice and bribery suspect Patrialis Akbar (center) leaves the Corruption Eradication Commission (KPK) building on Jan. 27. JP/ Dhoni Setiawan

    Constitutional Court justice and bribery suspect Patrialis Akbar (center) leaves the Corruption Eradication Commission (KPK) building on Jan. 27. JP/ Dhoni Setiawan

  • Constitutional Court justice and bribery suspect Patrialis Akbar gets into a car after being questioned by the Corruption Eradication Commission (KPK) on Jan. 27. Patrialis and three other suspects - Kamaludin and businessman Basuki Hariman and Ng Fenny - have been detained for their alleged roles in a bribery case. JP/ Dhoni Setiawan

    Constitutional Court justice and bribery suspect Patrialis Akbar gets into a car after being questioned by the Corruption Eradication Commission (KPK) on Jan. 27. Patrialis and three other suspects - Kamaludin and businessman Basuki Hariman and Ng Fenny - have been detained for their alleged roles in a bribery case. JP/ Dhoni Setiawan

  • Ng Fenny, the secretary of businessman Basuki Hariman, gets into a car after being questioned by the Corruption Eradication Commission (KPK) on Jan. 27. JP/ Dhoni Setiawan

    Ng Fenny, the secretary of businessman Basuki Hariman, gets into a car after being questioned by the Corruption Eradication Commission (KPK) on Jan. 27. JP/ Dhoni Setiawan

  • Corruption suspect Basuki Hariman walks to a car after being questioned by the Corruption Eradication Commission (KPK) on Jan. 27. Basuki has reportedly confessed to giving US$20,000 and S$200,000 to an aide of Constitutional Court justice Patrialis Akbar, identified as Kamaludin.

    Corruption suspect Basuki Hariman walks to a car after being questioned by the Corruption Eradication Commission (KPK) on Jan. 27. Basuki has reportedly confessed to giving US$20,000 and S$200,000 to an aide of Constitutional Court justice Patrialis Akbar, identified as Kamaludin.

  • Suspect Kamaludin gives a statement to journalists after being questioned by the Corruption Eradication Commission (KPK) on Jan. 27. Kamaludin reportedly promised to help Basuki sway the justices’ decision in his favor in a judicial review filed by an association of local cattle farmers that demanded a review of the law, which it claims favors importers. 
JP/ Dhoni Setiawan

    Suspect Kamaludin gives a statement to journalists after being questioned by the Corruption Eradication Commission (KPK) on Jan. 27. Kamaludin reportedly promised to help Basuki sway the justices’ decision in his favor in a judicial review filed by an association of local cattle farmers that demanded a review of the law, which it claims favors importers. JP/ Dhoni Setiawan

  • Three journalists report on Constitutional Court justice and bribery suspect Patrialis Akbar at the Corruption Eradication Commission (KPK) office on Jan. 27. Patrialis is suspected of accepting a bribe from Basuki, the president director of PT Impexindo Pratama and Sumber Laut Perkasa, through Kamaludin. JP/ Dhoni Setiawan

    Three journalists report on Constitutional Court justice and bribery suspect Patrialis Akbar at the Corruption Eradication Commission (KPK) office on Jan. 27. Patrialis is suspected of accepting a bribe from Basuki, the president director of PT Impexindo Pratama and Sumber Laut Perkasa, through Kamaludin. JP/ Dhoni Setiawan

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